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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by voodooido Can someone explain this to me? How is it the refs make a ton of bad calls and our coach is under review for running onto the field for a time out and comments after. So ...

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Old 12-08-2017, 08:38 PM   #11
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Re: NFL reviewing SP for actions during and after game

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Can someone explain this to me? How is it the refs make a ton of bad calls and our coach is under review for running onto the field for a time out and comments after. So the refs can make all these bad calls and SP cant say a word without possibly being fined! What the hell happened to the NFL?!?!?!?!?!
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Old 12-08-2017, 09:03 PM   #12
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Hey it's Cletus W. "Clete" Blakeman again..
This time screwing Brady..

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Old 12-08-2017, 09:48 PM   #13
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She talks too much. Just shut up and write about football. If I want good writing Iíll read a book.
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Old 12-09-2017, 05:33 AM   #14
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Actually I was hoping for Drew to pull a Crewe

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Old 12-09-2017, 07:34 AM   #15
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Actually I was hoping for drew to pull a Paul Crewe

https://youtu.be/NK1_B8zX87w
Drew would probably throw a pick before it reached the ref.
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"Intent is 9/10 of the Law"
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Old 12-09-2017, 09:40 AM   #17
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There is an actual web-site for Ref complaints, this Dude was fired up.

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I have seen some bad calls in my life but never wrote in about them. However, after seeing the refereeing in the Saint-Falcons game on Thursday, 12/7/17, I simply had to write in, and it was truly “the” most disgusting display of cheating by the referees I have ever seen in all my years of watching professional football. You have a Falcons player poking a Saints player in the eye through his face mask — an illegal and very serious offense for which the Saints player could have lost his sight and for which the Falcons player should have been removed from the game — and yet no flag was thrown or penalty called by the referees. You then have a Falcons player hit a Saints player hard in the small of the back, potentially damaging the Saints player’s spine and/or kidneys — another serious and illegal offense which should have been called as unnecessary roughness — and yet no flag was thrown or penalty called by the referees. Then, at the end of the game, the referees fail to call holding or pass interference on the Falcons defensive player who put both hands on both shoulders of the Saints receiver thereby preventing him from catching a touchdown pass, and instead call an interception for the Falcons. UNBELIEVABLE!!!! And don’t get me started on the call before half time, in which the referees called back the field goal and refused to put time back on the clock thereby ending the half with a tie. And you actually have the nerve to say your referees are not biased! WHAT A JOKE!!! Atlanta only won that game as a result of the referees cheating time and time again — and in two instances — on plays that could have resulted in very serious injuries to the Saints players. These bad calls are even more glaring when you consider what had just happened in the Pittsburgh game the previous week in which a player ultimately had to have surgery to realign his spine. I can’t help wondering: How much did the referees in the Saints-Falcons game get paid to throw that game to the Falcons? The referees in the Saints-Falcons game are an embarrassment to the referee profession. They should be fired or, at the very least, suspended for the rest of the season and post season. But, as usual, you will do absolutely nothing, just as you always do. YOUR PROFESSION HAS BECOME AN ABSOLUTE JOKE. YOU ARE QUICKLY DEVELOPING A REPUTATION FOR BEING EVEN MORE DISHONEST THAN USED CAR SALESMEN AND MORE CORRUPT THAN MEMBERS OF CONGRESS … AND THAT’S PRETTY BAD. After the Saints-Falcons game, I will never have the same respect for referees that I once did. I thought you were fair and honest people, but after the Saints-Falcons game, I now realize how very wrong I was about referees. You’re just a bunch of crooks who don’t care about the players. You’d rather ignore serious, potentially life threatening penalties and make some extra money to throw a game for the crooks and gamblers out there, than call a game fairly and justly. To the Saints-Falcons referees: I feel very sorry for you. What pathetic and desperate human beings you must be to find it more rewarding to cheat and make a few extra bucks to throw a game than to be an honorable person who takes pride in being the best, fairest, most honest referee in your profession. So sad.
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Old 12-09-2017, 01:41 PM   #18
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They've been pointing out on the radio and elsewhere that the Saints might have a case for bias by the NFL. Someone observed the Saints have the most road games on Thursdays than anyone else...historically. Someone observed that in this case we played the late game the previous week making our turnaround even shorter. We play on the road on a short week late in the season against Atlanta a lot. More than anyone else. It can't just be by accident. There is a pattern and it is clear.

This someone was one of the hosts on one of the NFL shows on the NFL channel on Sirius/XM, I don't recall which show or who it was, but the guy was railing about it all, on top of the calls we endured Thursday night.

My point is that it isn't just us. Other fans and otherwise independent professional observation kinda sorta seems like it isn't an accident. This guy even pointed out that all this happened on the heels of Roger signing his new deal. It's whatever show is on around 9am pst on the weekdays. I'll figure it out and post it.

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Old 12-09-2017, 04:30 PM   #20
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I couldn't tell from the video clip if it was intentional or not. I say if it was intentional the ref would have fallen down.

Why didn't the refs hear Payton calling for a timeout?
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