Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by AmpLee:
it was not called so it was deemed not to be an infraction of the rules. you can quibble about if that was the right call or not but the bottom line to me is you have to overcome those things with big plays , the players and the coaches failed miserably at that task at the end
It has nothing to do with majority vs minority. You cannot even discuss the illegal and dangerous hit on Crabtree that may have caused him temporary blindness because you are so jaded by the people who are angry about how the game played out towards the end. Please, tell me how that hit was legal and not a danger to our player's health?
So you are saying the refs are infallible. God forbid we disagree with a call or non-call.
But I digress, my question is what YOU think of the legality of the play, not what the refs thought? I'm asking you, knowing the rules of helmet to helmet on a defenseless receiver to justify the non-call by the refs. Using the refs didn't call it to support why it ought no be called is a circular argument and a logical fallacy.
[ Edited by AmpLee on Mar 28, 2013 at 11:07 AM ]