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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Make it a 15 yrd penalty auto first down problem solved. Always hated that it was a spot foul should have changed 30yrs ago...

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Old 10-18-2016, 06:27 PM   #11
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Re: Sean Payton lobbies for replay review of pass interference

Make it a 15 yrd penalty auto first down problem solved. Always hated that it was a spot foul should have changed 30yrs ago
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like anything, if the refs just call PI when there is PI it will cut down down on PI
This league used to have headslaps and crack back blocks and 10 different ways to get away with holding.
There are rules in place. Enforce them
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I also think they should make it 15 yards and 1st down like college. Spot foul is just too big of a bailout.
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They're all subjective anyway, either at game-speed or in slow-motion. It'd have a net effect of zero.
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They're all subjective anyway, either at game-speed or in slow-motion. It'd have a net effect of zero.
Subjective or not, having the ability to look at their mistakes in slow motion will get more calls right than wrong. I disagree on it having a net zero effect.
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I also think they should make it 15 yards and 1st down like college. Spot foul is just too big of a bailout.
Dont agree with that
Teams will abuse it. If you beat take the 15 yards late in the game that could be huge
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Old 10-19-2016, 07:51 AM   #17
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I love watching NFL football. Five hour games would simply give me more to watch.
The action amounts to a mere 11 minutes. Five hours would bump it to about 18 minutes of play meaning the ball in motion.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:08 AM   #18
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Re: Sean Payton lobbies for replay review of pass interference

I can see both sides of this.

1. The penalty for PI is justfigied if they didn't cause that penalty the player could have caught it and so the penalty should be a spot foul.

2. I am ok with a PI penalty - spot foul - be challenged. I would feel this way if 2 during this game wasn't obviously should have been no calls. The player was playing the ball and his head was turned to eye the ball. One not so much.
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Old 10-20-2016, 03:54 AM   #19
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Re: Sean Payton lobbies for replay review of pass interference

A judgment call in real-time followed by a judgment call in slow motion...
from four different angles...and three minutes of discussion...
resulting in the call being upheld on the field...
or overturned after 2nd guessing the official which causes him to overlook the next mugging...
stirring up a whole other post-game discussion and Mike&Mike morning topic...
No thanks! It's bad enough.
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