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finjim
01-25-2005, 01:27 PM
I read Tuesday Morning Qb and there was a VERY interesting fact pointed out about the Pansies and their playoff "winning" streak.

In the last 4 playoff games, not ONE single holding or pass intereference call was made against the Pansies. NONE !!! Holding happens on every single play, unless you are a Patsie.

Come on officials,let's try to at least make it look like they are not handing games to those clowns !! :fire:

Brad528
01-25-2005, 01:29 PM
Maybe it is cause they are a well coached team. Oh wait i saw them hold at least 5 times during the last game. So i will stick with your theory

Jnaledu3
01-25-2005, 01:32 PM
Well coached teams who are mentally in the game, dont commit penalties..

Jwcolour
01-25-2005, 02:30 PM
The NFL is fake.

Sorry not "fake" but scripted, like professional wrestling. Everybody knows this.

ltfinfan
01-25-2005, 05:50 PM
The NFL is fake.

Sorry not "fake" but scripted, like professional wrestling. Everybody knows this.


yeah and "what ya gonna do when the new england patriots run wild on you!!!"

PhinsPhan
01-25-2005, 06:09 PM
I dont like to call it a conspiracy but they are like the favorite son of the dad of 32 children. NFL loves these guys and I think they let the officials know it. The whole point of emphasis rule was created because the refs didnt call any pass interference calls on the pats 2 years ago when there were numerous fouls. After it has been created, guess what they still dont call it on them. More reason I hate the pats.

Jpex
01-25-2005, 07:59 PM
I TOTALLY agree with you guys. Having lived up here the last 5 years and having watched just about every Pats game (nothing else on), I can say they are the darlings of the NFL. They get away with murder on both sides of the ball and the refs turn a blind eye. Heck, Deion Branch blatantly taunted the Steelers while running it in on that reverse play for a TD near the end of the AFC Championship (waving bye bye), no flags to be found? WHAT???!!! No I'm not a Steelers fan, but that is just disrespectful. The Pats play dirty and no one in the league office seems to care.

Minvardar
02-01-2005, 10:08 AM
This talk is ridiculous. So anyone that wins consistently is the favorite darling of the NFL? If anything the NFL would not want the Pats to win because it means there is no parity in the league which is what they are striving for. They are just a well coached and disciplined team.

Phin19
02-01-2005, 03:58 PM
This talk is ridiculous. So anyone that wins consistently is the favorite darling of the NFL? If anything the NFL would not want the Pats to win because it means there is no parity in the league which is what they are striving for. They are just a well coached and disciplined team.

you are wrong, the NFL wants a new dynasty and they´re getting that with the pats

Zerocool
02-04-2005, 06:59 AM
before 911 the Pats where not much. Now after there now a dynasty :confused:. I think now after 911 the NFL are the GOV is letting the Pats win. So everyone can start to be more Patriotic.

Surferosa
02-07-2005, 02:05 AM
The NFL is clearly scripted. :rolleyes:

Next year Willie Mcginnest will jump off the top rope and Superplex the opposing head coach. Then Mr Fuji will run onto the field and throw salt in the referees eyes, allowing the Pats to hold on every play and drive down for the winning touchdown.

Surferosa
02-07-2005, 02:06 AM
This talk is ridiculous. So anyone that wins consistently is the favorite darling of the NFL? If anything the NFL would not want the Pats to win because it means there is no parity in the league which is what they are striving for. They are just a well coached and disciplined team.


Ignore all the crying on this board, man. Go and enjoy your Super Bowl victory - your boys deserved it.

Prime Time
02-07-2005, 02:34 AM
New England did deserve it but there are many reasons to think the NFL could be scripted. New England sucked before 911 and after it they came out of nowhere..and some guy named Brady tore it up when he had an 100 Million Dollar QB in front of him on the Depth Chart. The coaches didn't know about Brady until he took over? Weird. The kick that went out of bounds last year after Carolina tied the game to place The Pats on the 40?

Unclemeat
02-07-2005, 11:13 AM
The NFL is clearly scripted. :rolleyes:

Next year Willie Mcginnest will jump off the top rope and Superplex the opposing head coach. Then Mr Fuji will run onto the field and throw salt in the referees eyes, allowing the Pats to hold on every play and drive down for the winning touchdown.

There is corruption in all levels of government from the federal level to local governments, corruption in the work place from a floor sweeper that steals all the way to a CEO like Ken Ley to personal lives cheating on taxes, stealing and running around on spouses. So don't even tell me they aint cheating in pro sports. Look at Barry Bonds, Sosa and McGuire. I'm sure a trainer would give an athlete drugs without his knowledge like Bonds said. Sosa was caught with a corked bat. Sosa said it was a mistake. Crap, he used a corked bat a lot. I'm sure as hell aint going to believe them. ML was in trouble and they needed something to get fans to the parks. How many times have I seen a player get called out looking at a called third strike when the replay shows the ball was close but outside and the announcer would say, "He just doesn't have the respect a Bonds would have to get the benefit of a call". Bull friggin sheeeeat. A strike is a strike. Wonder how many home runs Hank Arron would have hit if he went to the plate with four strikes instead of three. Fox needs to quit using the little enhancement thing where they impose a box on the plate representing the strike zone and shows where the pitch is when it crosses the plate as a dot. I watch the Yankees and it is quite obvious they get too many calls their way. Even the announcers comment on it. The better they get with cameras and technology the more we see things are not right.

NASCAR is one of the most corrupt sports of all time. They let certain teams cheat to please their sponsors. Some of these teams employ hundreds of people. It's good for business. A couple of years ago they caught certain teams with traction control modules. It was kept hush who was caught but when the teams that were guilty had numbered close to 10 WC championships, NASCAR didn't want it getting out. It's all about money and pleasing sponsors, owners, and markets.

There was an uproar last year after an ealry round game of the Lakers/Spurs series. I watched that game. That was the worst officiated game I have ever seen. They were cheating the hell out of the Spurs. That game was critical and allowed the Lakers to take a commanding 3-1. The Spurs were the best team in the league. On major sport talk shows there was a backlash. And you see what happened, the Lakers were routed by an upstart Pistons squad that aint playing .500 ball this year. People get tired of watching Kobe drive the lane and get a cheap layup and if someone does go up with him he gets a pair of free throws when the replay shows there was no contact.

Bob Kraft has to be one of the most wealthy and powerfull men in America. He has been rewarded. I love Ford Racing. But, I aint stupid either to realize that NASCAR let Jack Roush have his day in the sun. You are ignorant if you think pro sports are clean and honest. I have been saying it for a few years now. In the 70's pro sports was clean for the most part before money, egos and babies took it over and pro wresting was fake and they wanted you to believe it was real. Today it is opposite. Pro wrestling today aint asking anybody to believe it. It is entertainment like monster trucks. Don't do nuthin for me but it does for some. It is a legitimate venue as much as a Spielberg flick. But, pro sports on the otherhand is rigged and corrupt and people are eating it up. Don't tell me it aint. If you do, then I have a bridge I'd like to sell you.

Gator Mike
02-07-2005, 12:13 PM
FWIW, I actually thought the Patriots were mildly screwed by the officiating last night.

Maynard the Hammer
02-08-2005, 01:37 AM
Wow, i thought i was starting to think like oliver stone untill 2 things happened

1) this post. the deion branch thing: that is textbook taunting (waving goodbye at defenders). as for holding, even the announcers had to correct themselves while pointing out a good block in replay: "look how the FB engages Trotter...whoa, that was an obvious hold." it defies logic that 5 guys can hold hold off 7 blitzers nearly every time, nevermind that the eagles are the most expeirienced, most successful blitzing team in football.
2) talking in passing to my buddy's dad tonight about the Super Bowl while watching the Uconn basketball game(go HUSKIES!!!) and he surprised me. hes a die-hard football fan since the 50's and he bleeds NY Giants blue, so he doesnt like the Eagles. But, he thought the game was real "fishy" (fixed) wish the way the eagles handled the clock at the end of the fist half and especially in the last 4 minutes. not one spiked ball? not even after the 2 yard pass to westbrook at the eight yard line? a huddle every time? colinsworth said after the TD drive that McNabb looked dejected and didnt care. How is that humanly possible? the point is that the game was still in doubt with an upcoming on-side kick, but apperently McNabb didnt think it was in doubt. THIS may be a strech, but what about that onside kick? Akers is a top 5 kicker, maybe #2. it was almost too perfect the way it bounced in the receivers arms; he didnt even move. it all seems very strange...

Gator Mike
02-08-2005, 10:42 AM
it defies logic that 5 guys can hold hold off 7 blitzers nearly every time, nevermind that the eagles are the most expeirienced, most successful blitzing team in football.It wasn't five guys. The Pats were keeping their TEs in to pass block most of the time, and their RBs rarely left the backfield to catch passes, except on screens.

Combine that with the fact that Brady's pretty hard to sack, and it's not surprising that he doesn't get sacked more.


But, he thought the game was real "fishy" (fixed) wish the way the eagles handled the clock at the end of the fist half and especially in the last 4 minutes. not one spiked ball? not even after the 2 yard pass to westbrook at the eight yard line? a huddle every time? colinsworth said after the TD drive that McNabb looked dejected and didnt care. How is that humanly possible? the point is that the game was still in doubt with an upcoming on-side kick, but apperently McNabb didnt think it was in doubt.So, you think somehow the NFL convinced the Eagles to throw the game? Are you bleepin' KIDDING me? Why would the Eagles agree to that?


THIS may be a strech, but what about that onside kick? Akers is a top 5 kicker, maybe #2. it was almost too perfect the way it bounced in the receivers arms; he didnt even move. it all seems very strange...That MAY be a stretch?

Maynard the Hammer
02-08-2005, 09:23 PM
i never said the NFL would make the eagles throw the game. thats obvious enough. anyway i was quoting my friend's father. to me, the way the last 4 minutes transpired was shocking. the time management was criminal. it made the Jets end of game antics look award-winning. i dont even remember the dolphins in all of Feidler's attempts of come back wins being handled so poorly. and thats with Dave W. running the show. thats why the ending seemed so bizarre to a lot of people and raised eyebrows, thinking foul play must be involved

Minvardar
02-09-2005, 02:38 PM
There are several articles out now saying McNabb either had a concussion from a hit he suffered from Richard Seymour or that he was severely dehydrated and sick.

The Myth
02-11-2005, 09:04 PM
Well looks like you folks are trying to take the title of whiniest fans from the Colts. Please Patriots got just as many calls against them as any other team. This is with out question the saddest thread you folks have ever put up here.

I normaly can expect to read good Football talk here but this is just junk. Grow up and get over your JR high crap. Patriots won the Super Bowls fairly and you all know it. Try moving on.:shakeno:

Roman529
02-20-2005, 03:08 AM
You know what I am thinking????...someone put something into Donovan's Chunky soup on the afternoon of the Big Game....there were players on the Eagles in the 4th quarter who were forced to call the plays as Donovan was "out of it." At the Pro Bowl Donovan flat out said he was not sick...so what happened to him in the 4th??? Maybe Donovan had a huge bet on the over/under in Vegas? Maybe they slipped something into his Chunky Soup to make him woozie in the 4th...when Billions of dollars are on the line you can bet the FIX is in. :shakeno:

BennyVW
02-25-2005, 01:55 AM
The NFL is clearly scripted. :rolleyes:

Next year Willie Mcginnest will jump off the top rope and Superplex the opposing head coach. Then Mr Fuji will run onto the field and throw salt in the referees eyes, allowing the Pats to hold on every play and drive down for the winning touchdown.


maybe we should draft "The Rock" next year to take down the evil conspiracy!

BennyVW
02-25-2005, 02:00 AM
Well looks like you folks are trying to take the title of whiniest fans from the Colts. Please Patriots got just as many calls against them as any other team. This is with out question the saddest thread you folks have ever put up here.

I normaly can expect to read good Football talk here but this is just junk. Grow up and get over your JR high crap. Patriots won the Super Bowls fairly and you all know it. Try moving on.:shakeno:

actually i do have to agree with some of that. i seem to remeber them getting some calls finally go against them during the 2nd fins-pats game.. and look at the outcome of that!!

renegade64
02-26-2005, 09:45 PM
Cherish these moments fellow Pats fans. Fins fans are making up conspiracy theories to explain our success!:mdfin::woot:

Dirtywater
03-06-2005, 11:47 PM
Well looks like you folks are trying to take the title of whiniest fans from the Colts. Please Patriots got just as many calls against them as any other team. This is with out question the saddest thread you folks have ever put up here.

I normaly can expect to read good Football talk here but this is just junk. Grow up and get over your JR high crap. Patriots won the Super Bowls fairly and you all know it. Try moving on.:shakeno:

I was amazed as I read this too!! It sounds exactly like the worst whinning fans in the NFL, the Colts fans. Wow. I always respected the Dolphins and their fans because they could appreciate good football. Same with Steelers &Packers fans... just good football cities, but after reading the "burn 'em at the stake" mob mentality in this thread, I'm begining to change my opinions.

Look, the Patriots won a concentrated amount of Super Bowls and were good for a small amount of time and it's like Chicken Little is running around crying the sky is falling. Wow. I guess I expcted more from Fins fans. The ones who I usually encounter online have been quite knowlegable and have great thoughts about the NFL.

Anyway, even if our time is over, it was a hell of a ride and they can't take away the great, fun memories that I got to share with my family & friends while we enjoyed these teams. Sorry you guys feel different. Though you have a great history, I know it must suck to see your once great team fall by the wayside. I have a feeling Saban will turn it around and hopefully one day you'll get the feeling back for your community. Peace.

DW