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GloryDayz 01-16-2022 02:01 PM

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Originally Posted by wbbonneriii (Post 16078588)
It is funny that every single positive play by the eagles is called back by some hold but you see the Bucs defense holding every single play with no calls…NFL is a rigged production.

The rather obvious "shirt tug" the Buc was guilty of that went uncalled certainly piqued my interest. I guess in that particular moment the "let them play" mindset was enabled. But that was like 173 "moments" ago. LMAO

The official that didn't call it won't be officiating the SB.

Hell, the SB might not have any officials.

GloryDayz 01-16-2022 02:03 PM

Well I won't blame the officials for THAT bonehead play! :)

BlackOp 01-16-2022 02:05 PM

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Originally Posted by wbbonneriii (Post 16078588)
It is funny that every single positive play by the eagles is called back by some hold but you see the Bucs defense holding every single play with no calls…NFL is a rigged production.

Brady is immune to the game steering techniques used for the other 31 teams.

If KC were up 17 on the Eagles...there wouldn't be phantom holding calls to negate a rare big play from Philly. They would work to manufacture a more competitive contest..

This is why you never bet on anything he's involved in....there is an entirely different set of rules for him.

louie aguiar 01-16-2022 02:09 PM

Expanding the playoffs has had some pretty bad results so far. Maybe letting in shitty teams wasn’t such a good idea.

Dartgod 01-16-2022 02:11 PM

It cracks me up that some of you actually think that the Bucs need help from the refs to win this game.

Bearcat 01-16-2022 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by GloryDayz (Post 16078474)
I've read that before, but there's no proof, and certainly no sign that disciplinary actions were taken for bad/missed calls. Show me a grade card... Otherwise there's no proof of any of this.

I'm not saying there's not a meeting, but I think they show up more for the coffee and donuts more than anything.

And if the only incentive is post-season officiating, well that's pretty weak.. I don't believe the program is much more than a lunch club. If it is more, we'd see more evidence week-to-week that the program is working.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Referee Jerome Boger and the officials from Saturday’s Raiders-Bengals game are not expected to work again this NFL postseason:<a href="https://t.co/oPdfnJxQD7">https://t.co/oPdfnJxQD7</a></p>&mdash; Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) <a href="https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1482738517826584583?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">January 16, 2022</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

TimBone 01-16-2022 02:14 PM

You gotta give BlackOp credit here.

He did predict Tampa over Philly.

Tampa is currently up 24-0, and there have been penalties called against the Philadelphia Eagles.

He didn't specify whether this one was a ref job, whether players and coaches were in on it, or if witchcraft is afoot..but he did pick Tampa over Philly.

Nice work, BlackOp!

GloryDayz 01-16-2022 02:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Bearcat (Post 16078630)
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Referee Jerome Boger and the officials from Saturday’s Raiders-Bengals game are not expected to work again this NFL postseason:<a href="https://t.co/oPdfnJxQD7">https://t.co/oPdfnJxQD7</a></p>&mdash; Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) <a href="https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1482738517826584583?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">January 16, 2022</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

Adam Schefter works for the NFL? I thought he was just a dude with another opinion? Maybe HE has the memo from the NFL that I'm looking for...

Will the official that granted Tom Terrific 15 yards for something that wasn't roughing the passer be gone too?

Again, without a grading card from the NFL, like us who think the NFL has hired staff who know the deal, it's all just faith (or lack of faith) based on what we're seeing.

BlackOp 01-16-2022 02:21 PM

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Originally Posted by TimBone (Post 16078638)
You gotta give BlackOp credit here.

He did predict Tampa over Philly.

Tampa is currently up 24-0, and there have been penalties called against the Philadelphia Eagles.

He didn't specify whether this one was a ref job, whether players and coaches were in on it, or if witchcraft is afoot..but he did pick Tampa over Philly.

Nice work, BlackOp!

You realize the more you post shit like this...the more it appears I'm in your head?

My handy work is already completed....which was trying to inform people the NFL was gaming them this season.

The play-offs are merely the culmination of said gaming...

zigbazah 01-16-2022 02:24 PM

if jalen hurts is your QB, you've rigged the game against yourself.

ChiefsCountry 01-16-2022 02:27 PM

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Originally Posted by BlackOp (Post 16077841)
I just pick up weird trends...like LA/Arizona both losing at home with everything on the line....who were the benefactors from LA/SoFi losing a potential2nd home game? It got SF in over the Saints...and Brady, a home game against the worst team in the post season not named Steelers.

You do realize that the Bucs and Eagles were still going to play if the Saints made the playoffs. Rams would have been #2 seed and Saints #7.

Bearcat 01-16-2022 02:33 PM

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Originally Posted by BlackOp (Post 16077841)
I just pick up weird trends...

I ignored all of these posts earlier, but from what ChiefsCountry quoted...... it's nice to see you finally admit all you're doing is making up stories based on things you either don't agree with or seem 'weird'.

Ironically, when I think 'weird' in sports, it's because things aren't scripted, so weird shit happens... and we've circled back around to how weird shit means things are scripted.


Good to have closure though.

GloryDayz 01-16-2022 02:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Bearcat (Post 16078700)
I ignored all of these posts earlier, but from what ChiefsCountry quoted...... it's nice to see you finally admit all you're doing is making up stories based on things you either don't agree with or seem 'weird'.

Ironically, when I think 'weird' in sports, it's because things aren't scripted, so weird shit happens... and we've circled back around to how weird shit means things are scripted.


Good to have closure though.

I too am happy that we have closure that neither side can show evidence that their position is accurate. It doesn't mean we hate each other, it just means that nobody can produce anything that proves that their position is correct.

We all live on faith, lack of faith, or something in between. We all have our reasons and evidence that makes us believe what we believe to be true (in the absence of memos or grade cards).

It's all good, we're all Chiefs fans at the end of the day.

At least I hope we are. I know I am...

Bearcat 01-16-2022 02:56 PM

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Originally Posted by GloryDayz (Post 16078710)
I too am happy that we have closure that neither side can show evidence that their position is accurate. It doesn't mean we hate each other, it just means that nobody can produce anything that proves that their position is correct.

We all live on faith, lack of faith, or something in between. We all have our reasons and evidence that makes us believe what we believe to be true (in the absence of memos or grade cards).

It's all good, we're all Chiefs fans at the end of the day.

At least I hope we are. I know I am...

Yeah, it mostly depends on who you think owns the burden of proof.

I've said many times the NFL has a history of zero accountability when refs make horrible calls. I don't think the burden of proof is on them to disprove a conspiracy theory, yet as you've alluded to in previous posts, displaying some accountability by firing refs and so forth would go a lot ****ing further than what they do these days.

Their inaction leads to people making wild accusations, especially when there's zero accountability... and they put things in place to "get it right", but then that non-call DPI in the NFCCG comes along and there's zero 'getting it right' or transparency on disciplinary actions.

And as I've said all along, people take it to the extreme and start looking for reasons to justify their theory..... there are actually very few calls that justify the theory that the NFL is steered or rigged intentionally (I think we can all agree that it can be unintentionally steered), but now it's like every single call that could have rigged meanings is now called to be rigged. It's ****ing reeruned.

GloryDayz 01-16-2022 03:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Bearcat (Post 16078746)
Yeah, it mostly depends on who you think owns the burden of proof.

I've said many times the NFL has a history of zero accountability when refs make horrible calls. I don't think the burden of proof is on them to disprove a conspiracy theory, yet as you've alluded to in previous posts, displaying some accountability by firing refs and so forth would go a lot ****ing further than what they do these days.

Their inaction leads to people making wild accusations, especially when there's zero accountability... and they put things in place to "get it right", but then that non-call DPI in the NFCCG comes along and there's zero 'getting it right' or transparency on disciplinary actions.

And as I've said all along, people take it to the extreme and start looking for reasons to justify their theory..... there are actually very few calls that justify the theory that the NFL is steered or rigged intentionally (I think we can all agree that it can be unintentionally steered), but now it's like every single call that could have rigged meanings is now called to be rigged. It's ****ing reeruned.

100% agree. Rep applied... All I'm looking for is a transparent program that shows the officials, the officials that stand in judgement of the players, are scrutinized for the job they do just as much and the people they scrutinize. If the NFL can do that I'll become far less accusatory of them influencing games.


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