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Roman529
10-24-2010, 07:13 PM
:rolleyes2: Just won as San Diego committed a penalty moving their FG back five yards...Chargers miss
a 50 yarder.

joenhre
10-24-2010, 07:16 PM
Jets and Patriots find ways to win or just have the bounces go their way while it's just the opposite for the Dolphins this year. This has been a depressing day of football.

Gonzo
10-24-2010, 07:18 PM
Poor chargers fans. Their coaching is actually worse than ours. How does Norv Turner keep getting HC jobs?

That being said, it would be our luck if he were hired here next...

Roman529
10-24-2010, 07:19 PM
Jets and Patriots find ways to win or just have the bounces go their way while it's just the opposite for the Dolphins this year. This has been a depressing day of football.

It's not just this year....it's EVERY year. Other teams find ways to rip the ball out of running backs hands and make INT's. Remember Gibril Wilson last year when the ball hit him between the numbers....it was the easiest pick ever and he dropped it. This crap has been going back to the 1974 Sea of Hands Game when Stabler was falling down and threw a Hail Mary that was caught in the end zone to end our dynasty. 35+ years of BS.

Roman529
10-24-2010, 07:21 PM
Poor chargers fans. Their coaching is actually worse than ours. How does Norv Turner keep getting HC jobs?

That being said, it would be our luck if he were hired here next...

Wasn't Norv our OC in the early 2000's? :lol:

joenhre
10-24-2010, 07:25 PM
Yeah, we keep coming back though hoping that maybe this year will be different but we're still waiting. Still a lot of season left guess the only thing we can do is keep watching and hope our fortunes change. Still can't help hating a team like the patriots who have more bounces and calls go their way than probably any other team.

joenhre
10-24-2010, 07:33 PM
Wasn't Norv our OC in the early 2000's? :lol:


Yes 2002-2003 when he and Wanny wasted Ricky's best years as a Dolphin. Had one of the best Running backs in the game and a top rated defense yet couldn't make it to the playoffs.

Norv was a good OC for the Cowboys back in the early '90s but that's when he had a great Offensive line, RB, QB and a team stacked with talent on both sides of the ball and he wasn't the head coach. Of course as the head guy even with talented teams like the Chargers Norv has failed.

phinfan13
10-24-2010, 07:34 PM
Let's see, the Chargers suffer a loss to the Patriots by missing the tying FG, hasn't that team been there before?

lf911sc
10-24-2010, 07:45 PM
Isn't it strange that of the 4 teams, Jets, Pats, Fins & Bills, the Jets and Pats have the most talent.

And they win more close games than the Fins & Bills.

And the whistle wasn't late in Balt.

Luck, has nothing to do with it.

Gonzo
10-24-2010, 07:51 PM
Wasn't Norv our OC in the early 2000's? :lol:
Yes he was, and it was almost as bad as it is now.

Roman529
10-24-2010, 08:05 PM
Isn't it strange that of the 4 teams, Jets, Pats, Fins & Bills, the Jets and Pats have the most talent.

And they win more close games than the Fins & Bills.

And the whistle wasn't late in Balt.

Luck, has nothing to do with it.

Riiiiiiiiiiiiiight....Brady's fumble in the snow that led to the Tuck Rule was a totally legit call and
there was NOOOOO luck involved in this. Puhlease!!!!!!

AphexPhin
10-24-2010, 10:41 PM
Well in all fairness to the Fins, they did win the week before in Greenbay (which went into overtime). :)

Jetsfan81
10-25-2010, 01:22 AM
Riiiiiiiiiiiiiight....Brady's fumble in the snow that led to the Tuck Rule was a totally legit call and
there was NOOOOO luck involved in this. Puhlease!!!!!!


If Vinatieri misses that tough FG in the snow, we wouldn't still be talking about that call. The key to being a great team is capitalizing on the mistakes of opponents as well as the officials. The Pats did that better than anyone in the early 2000's.

You make your own luck.

lf911sc
10-28-2010, 02:23 PM
Riiiiiiiiiiiiiight....Brady's fumble in the snow that led to the Tuck Rule was a totally legit call and
there was NOOOOO luck involved in this. Puhlease!!!!!!


First of all it wasn't a fumble BECAUSE of the Tuck Rule, it led to nothing.

Second of all, and I hate the Pats as much as anyone, the sh1tty part of it all is that by rule they made the right call. To argue that is silly, they made the right call, calling it lucky is what fans who are jealous do.

Ilovemyfins4eva
10-28-2010, 02:45 PM
First of all it wasn't a fumble BECAUSE of the Tuck Rule, it led to nothing.

Second of all, and I hate the Pats as much as anyone, the sh1tty part of it all is that by rule they made the right call. To argue that is silly, they made the right call, calling it lucky is what fans who are jealous do.
ur rite, we didnt get screwed at all sunday, it was a great call, we desrved to lose.


look, i dont care wat ppl say how we had opps to score and we settled for field goals all game instead, bottom line is we made the play that we had to , to win it, yet the refs ****ed up big time. this isn't the first time its happened to us either, and no im not talking about some ****in bull**** holding calls against us, PI calls vs us, etc, im talking about real game changing calls

the pats and jets never seem to be on the side of those terrible calls, especially the pats. we get ****ed every time in the most crucial times, and wat hurts more is that these plays r reviewed and yet they still **** up.

lf911sc
10-28-2010, 08:38 PM
ur rite, we didnt get screwed at all sunday, it was a great call, we desrved to lose.


look, i dont care wat ppl say how we had opps to score and we settled for field goals all game instead, bottom line is we made the play that we had to , to win it, yet the refs ****ed up big time. this isn't the first time its happened to us either, and no im not talking about some ****in bull**** holding calls against us, PI calls vs us, etc, im talking about real game changing calls

the pats and jets never seem to be on the side of those terrible calls, especially the pats. we get ****ed every time in the most crucial times, and wat hurts more is that these plays r reviewed and yet they still **** up.

1. What does my post dealing with the tuck rule and the Pats have to do with the fins?

2. If they scored and didn't leave it to one play, yes they would have won. Whether you like it or not.

3. If you think that the fins are the only team that ever has bad calls or luck or whatever you want to call it go against you, you have deep issues.