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  1. #31
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    I resent the Patriots and how Brady is considered the GOAT when in reality he gets everything handed to him by his teammates and his opponents, but THE TUCK PLAY WAS THE CORRECT CALL. I don't why people continue to say it was not. Whether you think the rule is good or not, it was in the books at the time and thus the ref made the right call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphinsneu View Post
    I resent the Patriots and how Brady is considered the GOAT when in reality he gets everything handed to him by his teammates and his opponents, but THE TUCK PLAY WAS THE CORRECT CALL. I don't why people continue to say it was not. Whether you think the rule is good or not, it was in the books at the time and thus the ref made the right call.
    The point is that it was a ridiculous rule and that is why is has since been negated.

  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    Are there any bigger or raider haters anywhere else and there are in Denver Colorado? The answer to that question is no.

    Even though we hate the Raiders that much in Denver, we will still stand up for what is right and in my opinion Jon Gruden was right about everything said about that call.

    It was complete I don't care if it was the patriots or the Green Bay Packers or the Arizona Cardinals, Any team that wins a game in that way should feel shamed of themselves. It was wrong and everyone else outside of cheaterville knows it was. No wonder all they do is cheat now.

    Even Tom Brady says about seven minutes into the program that he knew he found a ball. And then out of thin air comes the tuck rule. "What the hell is the truck roll"?
    This is 16 years old guys!! Tuck rule or not, no whining, no crying, no hair up the ass isn't going to change it. Get over it. We got over the Saints bribing players, we got over the Seahawks using Performance Enhancing drugs, we got over the numerous teams pumping crowd noise. Lets not show our weaknesses by dwelling in the past that cannot be changed.

    I heard the Falcons and many others are now crying "Fog Gate" after last nights foggy game. I hope this lame excuse for losing doesn't last 16 years as well.

  4. #34
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    Jon Gruden is just mad that he and his team were on the losing end of that tuck rule. Poor butthurt little Raiders. 16 years later and still can't stop sobbing over a CORRECTLY called play. Hahahaha

  5. #35
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    Nobody has mentionee that the patriots secondary was without 2 starters on sunday night. This team is only going to get better. Thats what happens when players arw coached well.
    .as for the falcons they will fall to 1-8 vs thr afc east after thr jets beat thrm next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunningAces View Post
    Nobody has mentionee that the patriots secondary was without 2 starters on sunday night. This team is only going to get better. Thats what happens when players arw coached well.
    .as for the falcons they will fall to 1-8 vs thr afc east after thr jets beat thrm next week.
    Nobody ever denied your coaching staff. They have overcome a huge feat especially at CB however they forever hurt themselves with the cheating is all anyone here has said.

    That and Tom Brady is a system QB...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFan4ever View Post
    Jon Gruden is just mad that he and his team were on the losing end of that tuck rule. Poor butthurt little Raiders. 16 years later and still can't stop sobbing over a CORRECTLY called play. Hahahaha
    Bad calls, bad rules or bad interpretations of rules that cost teams playoff games will always be in the fans' minds until the end of time. We still gripe about the Immaculate Reception just as Patriots fans call the Tuck Rule revenge for the Sugar Bear Hamilton play that their butthurt still lingers. For me personally, it takes a back seat to the 2000 game against the Ravens because in 2000 we would've beaten the Giants in the Super Bowl. If we win the Tuck Rule game, MAYBE we beat Pittsburgh. No way we beat the Rams.

    But as far as ridiculous rules go it's #1, otherwise the rule would still be in the books today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    You guys a couple? I didn't know. Congrats.

    Nov 12th is coming
    One's leftie, the other's rightie.


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