Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Jpalmer76, Nov 15, 2013.
They're not rigged, there are superstar calls though which is almost the same thing.
See, that used to be a problem in the NBA, but now every guy who is half decent gets labeled a "star" and gets the Jordan treatment.
Do some quarterbacks get protected more? Yeah, without a doubt. Do I think the league mandates they be treated differently? No, I don't. I think it's just something that comes from A. those guys complaining to the referee more(Brady and Manning) and B. it subconsciously occurring. The guy in the white hat covers his ass by throwing the flag.
I was talking about NBA. I don't think it's as bad in the NFL.
Dude. The NBA has been rigged. This isn't even opinion. It's fact.
So you denying it is hilarious while telling other people how silly they must be.
Peyton Manning has had clear interceptions called incompletes in the playoffs (Steelers/Poalamalu)... start paying attention and you may begin to raise an eyebrow.
It's funny. You think the NFL made entire new sets of rules to help Peyton Manning, yet they wouldn't do things like call PI when there is none? Allow him to intentionally ground? (often) Allow his OL to hold every down?...
Use your head. Granted- there is only so much NFL refs can do... but you see the clear "favorite" treatment in the NFL week in and week out.
Last year the Falcons were completely robbed on one of the final plays just so the NFL could have "Harbaugh Bowl".
last years super bowl was so easy to predict last year it should have been pretty obvious. this year you will have the saints and broncos. broncos will probably pull out a close win in a shootout and everyone will be clammoring about how great Manning went out and yadda yadda.
hope the chiefs brake mannings leg tomorrow
Then tea bag him
can someone make a gif of that with the side view where its total clear he wasn't 4 feet within the first down marker. wtf. and hs back was turned. unless he had the ball go go gadgeted 5 feet behind his back
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