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    Quote Originally Posted by Northman View Post
    Blabdino really annoys me. I just cant stand this guy.

    He goes on record saying the Bryant catch should not have been a TD but then says the call on the field should stand because there wasnt enough to overturn it. To me, it was clearly a catch as Bryant never lost control of the pass, it wasnt bobbled, etc.

    And the Shazier hit was clearly illegal, he lead with his helmet and Benard was just turning around when he got hit so i dont know how much more defenseless you can be.


    I dont care if the NFL officiating thinks it has done a great job this year, i just dont see it.


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    There are times Blandino is right but he absolutely and totally wrong about Shazier. You have be pitch black blind not see that Shaizer meets all three of the criteria. Players have been nailed for hits that are less conspicuous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slim View Post
    He played a hell of a game in that super bowl.
    That hit on Farve was one of the hits I've ever seen. I can't remember seeing a hit so hard that the ball flies through for three or four yards.

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    I'd prefer a simple rule: 1) If the ball hits the ground in any way, it's not a catch. 2) If it did not hit the ground, it is a catch as long as the player had the required two feet in bounds when first grasp of the ball was made and full control was exhibited at the end of the catch. That means the player could have been juggling or bobbling or repositioning the ball while falling and it is still a catch as long as his momentum stops with him in full control of the ball and the ball has not touched the ground.
    I miss the old Mile High Stadium.

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    Wasn't a catch, wasn't even that hard to get right.

    If Shazier's hit was legal I don't know to say about the hit on Brown.
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