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Crabtree lost vision in SB...

cciowa working hard to show everyone that he's the bigger, smarter man here. Everyone should bow down to his superior knowledge of the game. Clearly he is the only one that has ever watched football.
[ Edited by StOnEy333 on Mar 28, 2013 at 11:25 AM ]
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Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by AmpLee:
How is he crying about it? You paint such a negative picture on a situation you have no clue of the context. Like I said before, we don't even know if the hit in question is what he was referring to. Maybe you should start questioning why you find yourself in the minority so often?
then he should have taken himself out of the game . since we are soo worried about players safety. thank you for your advice

So you are saying he should have made the play despite getting illegally blasted and then taken himself out of the game for the final play because he saw stars? It doesn't really work both ways. He is a tough competitor who is going to play on fourth and goal with the Superbowl on the line. I wonder what you would be saying if he took himself out in the biggest moment of his life.
Originally posted by cciowa:
if you want to play the game you gotta catch the ball luv. all year long our team was touted as the bullies of the nfl. well the ravens were the ones who punched us in the mouth and our reaction or the coaches reaction at the end, was to crawl into a fetal position

Oh c'mon man.
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by AmpLee:
How is he crying about it? You paint such a negative picture on a situation you have no clue of the context. Like I said before, we don't even know if the hit in question is what he was referring to. Maybe you should start questioning why you find yourself in the minority so often?

some people enjoy being contrarians
some people just have a different opinion on things. i know that may be illegal or unlawfull here but it is allowed i think

you take it to the extreme, some things i agree with you on but you go overboard. just feels like you purposely disagree with everyone to draw reactions, i might be wrong
Originally posted by AmpLee:
So you are saying he should have made the play despite getting illegally blasted and then taken himself out of the game for the final play because he saw stars? It doesn't really work both ways. He is a tough competitor who is going to play on fourth and goal with the Superbowl on the line. I wonder what you would be saying if he took himself out in the biggest moment of his life.

I don't think anyone holds onto that. That was one hell of a hit and should have been called. Player safety is only enforced as long as it's not at the end of important games. What a joke.
Folks still crying bout the refs in the super bowl? They lost. They aren't going to replay the game. The players and coaches for the Niners blew that game.
Originally posted by cciowa:
yes the refs caused our team to throw picks and make interceptions,, yes its all becoming clear to me.

there was only one.
Just add this to the many blown calls in the game.
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Originally posted by thenovemberrain:
Originally posted by cciowa:
yes the refs caused our team to throw picks and make interceptions,, yes its all becoming clear to me.

there was only one.

Well that might be majority's perception, however I'm in the minority that sees things for truth and there were multiple interceptions.
[ Edited by AmpLee on Mar 28, 2013 at 11:57 AM ]
Originally posted by Marvin49:
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@ChrisLaw 17m 49ers WR Michael Crabtree tells @TheEisenPodcast he temporarly lost vision on final drive of SB XLVII after hit to head. Posts tonight

I said this EXACT thing! It was a crown of the helmet LAUNCH UPWARDS into the facemask of Crabtree...like an uppercut. I said he was lucky he didn't end up with a concussion at the time...and here we are! That said, he certainly made every effort he could to get to the spot for the TD. Does he remember it? LOL
Originally posted by AmpLee:
Originally posted by cciowa:
can we just stop with the excuses,, he lost vision, the refs sucked. my little dog got ran over by a steamroller. we flat out sucked on offense for two quarters, we flat out sucked on defense for a vast majority of the game, the special ed teams flat out sucked as usual and the coaches were either unable or unwilling to use the best rushing attack in the nfl behind the best run blocking line in the nfl to pick up five lousy yards after even little james got two on first down. i know it makes some of you feel better to find someone else to blame but we simply did not play well enough to earn that win, missed tackles, no pass rush, not ready for a fake punt safety that everyone knew was coming and epic fail at crunch time by the coaches

We can still have an honest discussion about how dangerous of a hit that was on Crabtree. I'm not putting out excuses. There is a rule against helmet to helmet hits on defenseless receivers because it's flat out dangerous. It was a vicious and illegal hit, and one that has gone largely unnoticed in the context of the last drive.

Totally agree with this post. That was absolutely a penalty. Should have been 1st and goal from the spot.
[ Edited by DaveWilcox on Mar 28, 2013 at 12:08 PM ]
this thread is utterly depressing.

You damn kids should just stay off cc's lawn in the first place.
Originally posted by AmpLee:

Is your point : this is a blatant personal foul by hitting a defensless receiver in the head with the top of his helmet ?
OK i agree
Originally posted by Overkill:
You damn kids should just stay off cc's lawn in the first place.

he also rile people up for the GB ATL playoff games saying we were going to lose ..cause we suck
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