Mike Pereira is right, based on the fact that call was ruled a TD and the whistle had blown, the officials handled it correctly. If 1 official felt it was a TD then he was right to blow the whistle. A situation like this almost never happens, obviously, so I'm sure they'll address it in the future.
You can't tell Miami fans that, all they think is that it cost them the game...whatever! How bout your first 2 possessions in the red zone where you got 2 FG's, idiots!
Last edited by steelers4life66; 10-25-2010 at 09:23 PM.
1. The rule was called correctly as written. It will likely be changed to allow the play to continue even after a TD is ruled. Let the fumble play out. Still no guarantee who recovered that ball.
2. The Phin Phanatic had an article telling their own fans to suck it up because Miami did not deserve to win that game anyways. http://phinphanatic.com/2010/10/25/p...ss-not-on-refs
3. The Rat-turds fans should stop their whining because they were outplayed by the Bills and were lucky that the refs didn't blow that fumble in overtime dead because of forward progress. The Bills were marching and Lindell would likely have ended it.
It was the right call.
I really can't stand when anyone whines about the refs or makes excuses for anything. Every team gets call their way and against them. There's no conspiracies going on. One of our founding fathers said it well:
"He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else." ~Benjamin Franklin
"When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself."
What we have here with all the whining and crying all comes down to that bitter human emotion: envy. The Steelers are a team that has been on top in one way, shape, or form for a long time so the haters will cling to any little kernel in order to try to discredit the Steeler's achievements. The crying and whining is more a reflection on the haters and what they are all about than it is the Steelers. It's as simple as that.
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