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slostenracing
11-10-2008, 05:56 PM
Randy Moss will not have to pay $20,000 for criticizing officials, the NFL confirmed on Monday.

The league initially fined Moss for comments he made following the Patriots’ 18-15 loss to the Colts last week.

“There were some real iffy calls out there,” Moss told reporters after the game.

This decision by the NFL is the worst I have seen all year. Even worse than half the fines that have been "iffy calls" by the NFL.

Stop being a idiot and fine everybody fairly or not at all Goodell

Overtime
11-10-2008, 07:00 PM
same thing with Justin Tuck for an illegal hit in a game last week for a hit on a QB.

then the NFL turned around and rescinded the fine.

slostenracing
11-11-2008, 04:49 PM
Yeah I just heard about that one, was too busy to watch ESPN last week :D

They actually just made fun of them on today's PTI about this saying maybe they should try and get their calls of the plays right in the first place.

orangeblue72
11-12-2008, 10:37 PM
Jared Allen was fine $50,000.00 for two hits on Houston QB, whereas if it had been a Cowboy, Steeler, Packer, or Patriot that wouldn't have happened. They have to protect thos that PAY the refs best. The fine system has always been a joke under any commissioner....:eek: