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View Poll Results: Will you be less critical of the regular refs than in past years?
Yep - their job is obviously tougher than it looks 8 8.51%
Meh - I'll probably be about as critical as usual 67 71.28%
Nope - I'll be even more critical - the replacements weren't THAT bad 18 19.15%
Gaz 1 1.06%
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Old 09-26-2012, 10:33 PM  
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Ref lockout is over. Will you be less critical?

Title is pretty self-explanatory. Now that we've seen how bad it COULD be, will fans as a whole cut the real refs a little more slack than we have in past years? Or will we bitch and complain and call for the replacement refs to come back?
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:49 AM   #46
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Poll = misleading.

I'll be even more critical because I expect more from better trained and more experienced refs...
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:52 AM   #47
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I just wish they'd call a consistent game. Nothing pisses me off more than seeing Tamba manhandled on a play with no call, then on the other side of the ball a big gainer is brought back due to a ticky tack call totally not having anything to do with the play.
That's how I felt about the NO game. In the 2nd quarter I was ticked and thought we had about 3 offensive PI calls.

Then in the 4th Bowe figured it out and just started cock-punching DB's for 1st downs and I was like "well, these refs are ****ed. They don't know $#itty calls vs. the Chiefs is actually in the rule book. They'll be gone in a week..."
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:52 AM   #48
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I've been thinking ... I know, you guys are stunned and shocked, but there's no need to congratulate me ... it's the medication.

Anyhow, I was thinking that maybe the best thing that could happen is for the new, old refs to blow the bejesus out of a couple of major calls. I mean, really stink up the place with some appalling, asinine, obviously incorrect and blatant screw up that costs one of the teams a game and deserves a giant asterisk or two. (Kind of like the last game.)

My idea is that, if that were to occur and since every NFL fan is already at least half pissed off over the refereeing, perhaps it would cause such an uproar that the league would seriously tighten up on the officiating and we would start seeing really significant changes in the consistency of calls like ... say ... choke-holding on OLBs rushing the passer!!!

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Old 09-27-2012, 07:53 AM   #49
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I would imagine id would take them a little time to get into the flow of things.

They didn't have training camps or preseason games to work on their craft.
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That's how I felt about the NO game. In the 2nd quarter I was ticked and thought we had about 3 offensive PI calls.

Then in the 4th Bowe figured it out and just started cock-punching DB's for 1st downs and I was like "well, these refs are ****ed. They don't know $#itty calls vs. the Chiefs is actually in the rule book. They'll be gone in a week..."
Heh, yep. The n00bs blew, but at least they consistently blew. People forget they called a BS penalty on the Pack's go ahead drive as well that extended it.
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:55 AM   #51
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after all they are just refs. Part time employees. WE can't expect them to be perfect.



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Old 09-27-2012, 08:03 AM   #52
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I feel sorry for the opponents of Green Bay, New England, and Denver. These refs shall avenge the previous losses of thier golden boys and allow Clady to bring a rope on to the field and hog tie defenders to keep them from thier Precious. I will be monitoring called penalities in these games closely.
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Old 09-27-2012, 08:04 AM   #53
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I feel sorry for the opponents of Green Bay, New England, and Denver. These refs shall avenge the previous losses of thier golden boys and allow Clady to bring a rope on to the field and hog tie defenders to keep them from thier Precious. I will be monitoring called penalities in these games closely.
Somebody should photoshop Gollum's head onto Manning's body.
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But, I like Howard better
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He actually looks more like Gollum, though.
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And Green Bay gets New Orleans at home. I don't think replacement refs would have made any difference.
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Yea but think about it, that play had to be reviewed by the real review teams and was let thru as well
The replay booth only buzzes down to the field. The ref on the field still reviews it.
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The defense playing up to thier potential and Hurricane Charles will be what derails your tank. Sorry.
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