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The refs will probably screw up quite a bit in Wednesday's game, but it will probably even itself out with bad calls from both sides. Hopefully, the crew will be a little better than what we saw in the preseason. Some of the worst calls I've ever seen in the NFL came from the "superior" refs who are on strike.

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Call me crazy but I like these Refs better.........they take more time and get it right......I do not hear O Line holding calls all day long, and every KO return is not a block in the back. They sometimes call the wrong # or have to restate the call but really who cares as long as they get it right

 

The regular Refs are too influential on the games outcome...........Fkk Them......I have no love for those greedy bastadds. Maybe their Vegas handlers will give them a job at the casinos

 

Let them sit home like us and watch the games

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Call me crazy but I like these Refs better.........they take more time and get it right......I do not hear O Line holding calls all day long, and every KO return is not a block in the back. They sometimes call the wrong # or have to restate the call but really who cares as long as they get it right

 

The regular Refs are too influential on the games outcome...........Fkk Them......I have no love for those greedy bastadds. Maybe their Vegas handlers will give them a job at the casinos

 

Let them sit home like us and watch the games

 

We've been calling you crazy for years.

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the rule for the end of the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Qtr is that the agreeved HC can ask for another play with no time on the clock if they had a penalty called on the other team.

 

believe it or not...........at the end of the game its automatic that the offense gets another play on a D penalty if the clock runs out

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the rule for the end of the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Qtr is that the agreeved HC can ask for another play with no time on the clock if they had a penalty called on the other team.

 

believe it or not...........at the end of the game its automatic that the offense gets another play on a D penalty if the clock runs out

 

that rule is for the end of the half, or end of the game.

 

 

NFL rules stipulate that a game or a half cannot end on a defensive penalty, unless the penalty is declined by the offense. The refs, led by referee David White, seemed to understand that much. What they failed to understand was that the first quarter is not tied to the same rules.

 

http://sports.yahoo....53266--nfl.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

weird i think they are wrong.

 

 

from nfl.coms rules:

 

At the election of the opponent, a period may be extended for one untimed down, if any of the

following occurs during a down during which time in the period expires:

(a) If there is a foul by the defensive team that is accepted, the offensive team may choose to extend the

period by an untimed down after enforcement of the penalty. If the first or third period is not so

extended, any accepted penalty is enforced before the start of the succeeding period.

(b) If there is a foul by the offense, there shall be no extension of the period. If the foul occurs on the last

play of the half, a score by the offense is not counted. However, the period may be extended for an

untimed down, upon the request of the defense, if the offensive team’s foul is for:

(1) illegal touching of a kick;

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The refs will probably screw up quite a bit in Wednesday's game, but it will probably even itself out with bad calls from both sides. Hopefully, the crew will be a little better than what we saw in the preseason. Some of the worst calls I've ever seen in the NFL came from the "superior" refs who are on strike.

Yeah it's all relative. Every team has to play with them. I think we'll have the regular refs back sooner rather than later anyway.
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The only thing that will piss me off royally is if we play with replacement refs, a deal gets worked out, and the old refs are reffing on Sunday/Monday.

 

If there's anything they need to ensure, it's that the regular refs HAVE to come back at the start of a new NFL week....not in the middle of a given week's games in order to maintain competitive balance.

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