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    I don't know if anyone saw the HORRIBLE call the refs made on the Texans. David Carr was clearly throwing the ball, hand going forward, the ball hit a reciever and fell to the ground. The refs ruled it a fumble. Then they showed the 'tuck' call from the 2002 patriots/raiders game and even the announcers agreed that it was much more apparent it was an incomplete pass with the Texans than it was with the patriots in 02
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    They screwed up in the lions game too.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yMdVHruUfI

    Travis Henry, single handedly taking the class out of our organization.

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    • #3
      i believe they also gave dante a td when he wasnt in.........football 101... the ball itself must cross the goalline not the guys off side shoulder as he's sliding on the ground
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Elway=Goat
        They screwed up in the lions game too.

        no they didnt..i happen to think they called it just right..lol
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        • #5
          Originally posted by arapaho
          i believe they also gave dante a td when he wasnt in.........football 101... the ball itself must cross the goalline not the guys off side shoulder as he's sliding on the ground

          Please, there was no "indisputable" evidence to overturn the call.. There was no angle in the replay that said he did or didnt cross the goalline, thus the play stands.
          Houston got screwed.. Noone got screwed as bad as detroit.. How could someone watch that replay and not give them a td?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by moonshot314
            Please, there was no "indisputable" evidence to overturn the call.. There was no angle in the replay that said he did or didnt cross the goalline, thus the play stands.
            Houston got screwed.. Noone got screwed as bad as detroit.. How could someone watch that replay and not give them a td?


            apparently the the refs.....
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            • #7
              Originally posted by TDforTatum26
              apparently the the refs.....
              Obviously.. im just not understanding how it was incompete?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by arapaho
                i believe they also gave dante a td when he wasnt in.........football 101... the ball itself must cross the goalline not the guys off side shoulder as he's sliding on the ground
                Wrong, any part of their body can cross the goal-line and it be a TD. The ball does not have to cross the goal-line.


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                • #9
                  Originally posted by moonshot314
                  Obviously.. im just not understanding how it was incompete?

                  me either.




                  arent the refs supposed to keep the call if they think there is not enough evidence to overturn the call? they ruled it a TD before they reviewed it.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by NameUsedBefore
                    Wrong, any part of their body can cross the goal-line and it be a TD. The ball does not have to cross the goal-line.





                    WRONG!!!!!! the ball must break the plane,,,,,just as in a first down run they dont mark it where the guys feet were but where the ball is


                    the ball must break the plane!!!!!
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                    • #11
                      You are correct . . .

                      Originally posted by arapaho
                      WRONG!!!!!! the ball must break the plane,,,,,just as in a first down run they dont mark it where the guys feet were but where the ball is


                      the ball must break the plane!!!!!
                      Every part of the body except the ball and the hand holding it can be across the goal line, and it will not be a touchdown.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by NameUsedBefore
                        Wrong, any part of their body can cross the goal-line and it be a TD. The ball does not have to cross the goal-line.
                        Um, you're incorrect as the only thing needed to cross the goal line for a touchdown is the ball. That's why when you see players flying out-of-bounds near the goal, they'll stretch the ball out to get the touchdown even though their whole body is out of bounds. The goal line is infinite.

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