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Amars
01-15-2006, 06:10 PM
Man there ton of storyline and Questionable calls this playoffs.

Troy P no int call vs. Indy.
Shaun Alexander knocked out the game vs. the Skins.
Palmer injured and out in the second play of the game.
Bucs WR dropped or non-drop ball in the endzone vs. Tampa

Do you have any?

Metal Panda
01-15-2006, 06:31 PM
There are tons of storylines and controversial calls every playoff year.

There was the Music City Miracle in 1999, which Bills fans still believe should have been flagged.

Tuck rule in 2001....

In 2002 there was that play in the 49ers-Giants game where a flag wasn't thrown for pass interference on the last play of the game and the League came out and said one should have been.

and I'm sure every Dolphins fan remembers the bad officiating in the 22-21 loss to the Chargers in 1994 :( (although some of it was in our favor)

tylerdolphin
01-15-2006, 06:34 PM
What about the do-over a few minutes ago

FinsNCanes
01-15-2006, 06:56 PM
To be fair the Buc drop was in fact a drop. It was pretty obvious. The Troy P call should have been an int. Palmer just had a freak accident. I can't comment on the Alexander one because I fell asleep during that game.

Metal Panda
01-15-2006, 06:58 PM
The Buc drop was only controversial to those who clearly ignore all evidence and insist they're right. Not even a question that that was the correct call.

DPlus47
01-15-2006, 07:15 PM
that troy P (i'm also not gonna try to spell it) int. call struck me as the worst call i have ever seen. i had seen the tuck rule enforced before they used it for NE (even though i felt the call violated the spirit of the rule, the rule is there), but i have never seen anything like that call today. how many times did the dude have to roll over for it to constitute a "football move?" couldn't he have rolled all the way to the end zone and scored if he wanted? (that's strictly hypothetical, of course). the entire game swung on that call. it shouldn't have even been close in the end.

DPlus47
01-15-2006, 07:17 PM
The Buc drop was only controversial to those who clearly ignore all evidence and insist they're right. Not even a question that that was the correct call.

dead on. remember the sunday nighter (could've been a monday, i don't remember) vs. the jets a few years ago? during the ray lucas era for the phins. chambers had a TD catch taken away by the rule. it was the correct call then and it was the correct call during the bucs game. you can argue about a faulty rule, but until they change it, you have to live with it.

Roman529
01-15-2006, 08:13 PM
The reversal of Troy P's pick was ridiculous...almost cost them the game...that and the Bus fumbling it away.