Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Jpalmer76, Nov 15, 2013.
Crisscross applesauce... Lol killed me
Launch that SOB into the middle of the field, that's what I would do.
It doesn't have anything to do with who challenges it. Now you just sound like you're whining.
Challenging the spot when there is a pileup is automatically losing a timeout.
We got screwed on that end zone play and on the Luck first down. Both were key plays at key times in those games and Munch made the right call.
What is the point of having replay if they still can't get it right? We could tell the right call from our tv sets so why couldn't they?
I've seen challenges exactly like that get overturned all the time. If you couldn't clearly see where luck was then maybe not, but it showed where he was and where the ball was. That's enough evidence. The fact of the matter is, it went the colts way because the media has a hard on for Luck.
It should not make a difference.One out of an army of officials should be spot a red flag they are used to seeing anyway. Especially after a close call.
Yeah, that's why it went the Colts' way. Because the media loves Andrew Luck.
You guys are unbearably illogical after a loss. IF IT WAS A TITAN THAT HEADBUTTED WALDEN THAT GUY WOULD HAVE BEEN EJECTED.
Stop acting like the league is out to get the Titans.
Have you guys forgotten that Pagano wasn't allowed to challenge an obvious fumble by Fitztragic because he didn't get the flag out .01 seconds earlier? If the refs were playing with their media bias towards the Colts and against the Titans they would have allowed the challenge and awarded the ball to their darlings.
Its somewhat the Titans fault for letting Andrew Luck get all the attention. If our team could just do their job the media wouldn't have to spin everything around Andrew Luck.
They were talking about Harvard vs Stanford last night for crying out loud, when football guys start talking about teams that before 2010 were non existent/as irrelevant as can be, things are bad.
We have no story lines for ESPN or NFLN to run with, and thats on us.
stop ignoring reality
You don't think the NFL does **** like this for media purposes?
Let's go back to the Chiefs game. Had they not called that bogus hit on A.Smith we win pretty much. The refs saw that and decided to give the chiefs some help because if they stayed undefeated, more people would watch them. I'm not saying this is 100% true but it sure looks phishy as hell.
Same with NBA.
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