10/5–Pats at Chiefs

Pablo's TB Lover

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Don't even get the yardage loss from a fucking sack! That deserves a Heinsohn "Give me a break!!"

Edit: Now they're saying it was a sack?
 

Seels

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One of the worst calls I've ever seen. The Pats have been a central factor in each of the last 4 years of Pats Chiefs games.
 

scottyno

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Can BB challenge in the grasp? I don't think he can if that's what they called it
 

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Okay, I guess they did rule it a sack. Which was also incorrect, but less incorrect than an incomplete pass, I suppose.
 

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You know, if that's the standard for calling a QB in the grasp, that's fine. But next time someone has a hand on Mahomes or Big Ben and they somehow squirrel away, be sure to blow that down.
 

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Just stopping by to say fuck the refs.
 

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Steratore was 100% right that the officials need to announce what happened there as a way to slow up the pace and give NE a chance to review it
 

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The Pats player was running down the field with the ball when the whistle blew and the ref pointed down, unreal.
 

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I was told to stop complaining about the refs. They have missed at least six obvious calls this half that have hurt the Pats and now this. That was robbery.
They are a awful. If they weren't so bad you could stop there wouldn't be anything to complain about.