View Full Version : NFL protecting it's cover boys?

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

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then the NFL turned around and rescinded the fine.

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.

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: