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Crabtree lost vision in SB...

Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
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

trolls gon troll.
Originally posted by MarkD:
WTF. That ref was right there. That is a blatant head to head hit and it is illegal. If that was Goldson that would have been flagged. We should have won that game despite that obviously. But that is just another example on how this game was not called correctly. And it was called in favor of the Ravens.

an even more obvious should be call was on the safety punt. One of the beat writers counted 7 blatant holding calls. It wouldn't have made a difference but it just shows that they weren't calling anything. Which to my understanding, goes against what their job description is.

here are the 2 most obvious. ridiculous.



would it have made any difference? No. Doesn't change the fact that it should have been called.
jim fkd up not telling his team to do the same on the free kick return. then again, i'm pretty sure suddenly the refs would wanna start calling s**t.
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by MarkD:
WTF. That ref was right there. That is a blatant head to head hit and it is illegal. If that was Goldson that would have been flagged. We should have won that game despite that obviously. But that is just another example on how this game was not called correctly. And it was called in favor of the Ravens.

an even more obvious should be call was on the safety punt. One of the beat writers counted 7 blatant holding calls. It wouldn't have made a difference but it just shows that they weren't calling anything. Which to my understanding, goes against what their job description is.

here are the 2 most obvious. ridiculous.



would it have made any difference? No. Doesn't change the fact that it should have been called.

Actually it could have foreced the free kick back.. giving us a chance to fair catch it and possibly a long FG ?
Originally posted by cciowa:
and by the way if goldson had made that hit,, you all would be making music videos and posting it on you tube just like you did when whitner blew up thomas the year before in the saints game


Originally posted by vrabbit:
Saints fans would look at this gif and say:


































































Karma

In one hit, the player went head first into it and saw it coming. In the other, he did not. One hit was legal, the other was not. Of course, the Saints hit would now be a penalty on the RB.
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Actually it could have foreced the free kick back.. giving us a chance to fair catch it and possibly a long FG ?

IDK. I think the fact that the safety was intentional changes nothing. It would've just been holding in the endzone / safety followed by the free kick.
Originally posted by Overkill:
You damn kids should just stay off cc's lawn in the first place.

you're right.
Bottom line the 49ers had so many plays that could've won the game, including 4 downs at the 7 yard line at games end. If the Ravens miss one of their crucial plays they lose. So in the end the 49ers didn't take it away from a less athletic team. You'll never see a Super Bowl loser again with a 300 yard passer, a 100 yard rusher and two 100 yard receivers.
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Actually it could have foreced the free kick back.. giving us a chance to fair catch it and possibly a long FG ?

IDK. I think the fact that the safety was intentional changes nothing. It would've just been holding in the endzone / safety followed by the free kick.

yeah, probably right..the penalty would have to be on the free kick to force the yardage back.
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
that was a pretty blatant blow to the head, but it was pretty obvious the refs weren't gonna call anything.

let's not forget the possilbe PI on Roddy White in the NFC Championship game that wasn't called on Bowman.

The thing about that is it was within 5 yards. That one is actually disputable. The plays in question here are not. They are blatant.
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
that was a pretty blatant blow to the head, but it was pretty obvious the refs weren't gonna call anything.

let's not forget the possilbe PI on Roddy White in the NFC Championship game that wasn't called on Bowman.

The thing about that is it was within 5 yards. That one is actually disputable. The plays in question here are not. They are blatant.

this.

bowman had his hands on him within the 5 yards. when the ball was in the air, he took his hands off of him then made a play on the ball as it got close.
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
The Pen is blue CC


Now THAT is funny as all get out there!!!!!

Originally posted by 49Fever:
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

And in all actuality, it SHOULD have been a catch and fumble out of bounds at the 3. But then we have that pesky Calvin Johnson rule LOL
Wow, called this out a long time ago, but people were too focused on the holding no call.
Originally posted by Beeker:
Originally posted by 49Fever:
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

And in all actuality, it SHOULD have been a catch and fumble out of bounds at the 3. But then we have that pesky Calvin Johnson rule LOL

This is pouring salt on the wound. Has to be one of the worst performances by the refs I've ever seen in a Super Bowl. It's worse than the Seahawks-Steelers and that was a debacle. It's real hard not to come to the conclusion that the refs just didn't want the Niners to get that last TD. I mean every time something like that happened all season it's hands-down half the distance to the goal, first and goal.