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Thread: Well I see Kraft has the refs on his payroll again.

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    Well I see Kraft has the refs on his payroll again.

    Terrible call that cost the browns the game. Typical N.E. calls that go their way to make sure they basically do everything possible to secure a N.E. win. I hate tin foil posts but my god does it appear the NFL will do whatever it takes to position N.E. to win.
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    I was watching that game as well. Even looking at it objectively, I didn't see enough contact that warranted a flag. It never should have come down to that in the first place, though.

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    It happens over and over again and always at critical times in the game.
    It happens too often to just be coincidental.
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    The NFL will try to hide it by not calling a few plays for them earlier in the year but man does it always appear that N.E. has the benefit of the doubt by the refs in critical game positions to pretty much gift wrap a game.
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    Lets overlook the crap personal foul earlier in the game as well. Must be nice to be able to rely on the refs to make up for it when you're having an off day.
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    it appears the nfl won't be happy till brady ties montana with 4 rings, the call was joke and so is the nfl!!
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    one of the worst PI calls i've ever seen

    it's fairly clear that there is some level of corruption going on in the NFL... complete bs
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    The league rewards those teams that doesn't allow bulling of teammates by other teammates.

    I didn't think it was PI either. As far as NE getting some favoritism from the league think again , the pats got the shaft from the zebras
    twice this season and both instances those piss poor calls ended up deciding the outcome of the game.
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