Patriots vs. Ravens Field Goal Endzone View

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Watch it closely they only indicate it's good after the kicker does:shrug: So to answer your question the kicker.

~Dee~

I screamed that he missed it when I saw it, of course I was wishful thinking...so I did not think much of it, and they never really showed a good view after it was kicked...and by then I was pretty sickened by the game anyway.
 

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I screamed that he missed it when I saw it, of course I was wishful thinking...so I did not think much of it, and they never really showed a good view after it was kicked...and by then I was pretty sickened by the game anyway.

No Mid it wasn't wishful thinking he did miss it.:shrug: wishful thinking was the refs making the right call:shrug:

~Dee~
 

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I'm not sure why this isn't getting more play, it's just as bad as the Green Bay screw job..
 

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I'm not sure why this isn't getting more play, it's just as bad as the Green Bay screw job..

IF GreenBay gets the win the Pats should file for a ruling, that is why I think you may not see a change but a new rule about reviewing plays and the like will be added to the rulebook starting Thursday night
 

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I'm not sure why this isn't getting more play, it's just as bad as the Green Bay screw job..
Basically the refs spotted the Ravens 23 points and then called a missed field goal good for the 26 point dagger kill....:mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
 

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I'm not sure why this isn't getting more play, it's just as bad as the Green Bay screw job..

Because it was the Pats:shrug: More people were talking about the evil grab by BB

~Dee~
 

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I've seen this type of kick before. 1986 AFCC. Rich Karlis was the Denver kicker & I still think he missed the game winner. Oh well.
 

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I'm not sure why this isn't getting more play, it's just as bad as the Green Bay screw job..

I was going to wait till someone else said this first....yeah....I find it quite upsetting that Monday Morning the headline was....Ravens outlast struggling patriots, the headline today was....Green Bay screwed over by the evil refs.
 

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Goodell has no power to overrule the officials' game time decision.

Nobody does....believe it or not, GB was not the first team to every lose a game on a bad call....even though by the media today you would think so.
 

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ESPN2 will be looking at the FG at 10am today.

I hope someone can watch it.
Did anyone get to see the ESPN2 thing, I was just wondering about the outcome they had?
 

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I thought all scoring plays were under review under two minutes? why can't he say they missed it.

there is a rule that Lou Merloni read on the radio today that says it can happen



http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/po...ty-to-overturn

On Roger Goodell's authority to overturn

September, 25, 2012 Sep 25
8:00
AM ET

<cite class="byline"> By Kevin Seifert | ESPN.com</cite>


Monday night has bled into Tuesday morning, so some NFC North blog operations will be pushed back and/or rearranged here on Tuesday. But I do want to address a question I got numerous times via Twitter in the early morning hours: Is there any way that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell would invoke his authority to overturn the Seattle Seahawks' 14-12 victory over the Green Bay Packers by virtue of the "Extraordinarily Unfair Acts" portion of the NFL rule book?

The short answer is I highly, highly doubt it. A bad call does not appear to count as an "extraordinarily unfair act," which is defined as: "any club action, non-participant interference, or calamity." But for those of you interested in the full wording and explanation of Goodell's power under this rule, here is Rule 17, Section 2 of the NFL rule book:
Section 2 Extraordinarily Unfair Acts

COMMISSIONER AUTHORITY

Article 1 The Commissioner has the sole authority to investigate and take appropriate disciplinary and/or corrective measures if any club action, non-participant interference, or calamity occurs in an NFL game which he deems so extraordinarily unfair or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football that such action has a major effect on the result of the game.

NO CLUB PROTESTS

Article 2 The authority and measures provided for in this entire Section 2 do not constitute a protest machinery for NFL clubs to avail themselves of in the event a dispute arises over the result of a game. The investigation called for in this Section 2 will be conducted solely on the Commissioner’s initiative to review an act or occurrence that he deems so extraordinary or unfair that the result of the game in question would be inequitable to one of the participating teams. The Commissioner will not apply his authority in cases of complaints by clubs concerning judgmental errors or routine errors of omission by game officials. Games involving such complaints will continue to stand as completed.

PENALTIES FOR UNFAIR ACTS

Article 3 The Commissioner’s powers under this Section 2 include the imposition of monetary fines and draft-choice forfeitures, suspension of persons involved in unfair acts, and, if appropriate, the reversal of a game’s result or the rescheduling of a game, either from the beginning or from the point at which the extraordinary act occurred. In the event of rescheduling a game, the Commissioner will be guided by the procedures specified in Rule 17, Section 1, Articles 5 through 11, above. In all cases, the Commissioner will conduct a full investigation, including the opportunity for hearings, use of game videotape, and any other procedure he deems appropriate.​
 

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http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/po...ty-to-overturn

On Roger Goodell's authority to overturn

September, 25, 2012 Sep 25
8:00
AM ET

<cite class="byline"> By Kevin Seifert | ESPN.com</cite>


Monday night has bled into Tuesday morning, so some NFC North blog operations will be pushed back and/or rearranged here on Tuesday. But I do want to address a question I got numerous times via Twitter in the early morning hours: Is there any way that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell would invoke his authority to overturn the Seattle Seahawks' 14-12 victory over the Green Bay Packers by virtue of the "Extraordinarily Unfair Acts" portion of the NFL rule book?

The short answer is I highly, highly doubt it. A bad call does not appear to count as an "extraordinarily unfair act," which is defined as: "any club action, non-participant interference, or calamity." But for those of you interested in the full wording and explanation of Goodell's power under this rule, here is Rule 17, Section 2 of the NFL rule book:
Section 2 Extraordinarily Unfair Acts

COMMISSIONER AUTHORITY

Article 1 The Commissioner has the sole authority to investigate and take appropriate disciplinary and/or corrective measures if any club action, non-participant interference, or calamity occurs in an NFL game which he deems so extraordinarily unfair or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football that such action has a major effect on the result of the game.

NO CLUB PROTESTS

Article 2 The authority and measures provided for in this entire Section 2 do not constitute a protest machinery for NFL clubs to avail themselves of in the event a dispute arises over the result of a game. The investigation called for in this Section 2 will be conducted solely on the Commissioner’s initiative to review an act or occurrence that he deems so extraordinary or unfair that the result of the game in question would be inequitable to one of the participating teams. The Commissioner will not apply his authority in cases of complaints by clubs concerning judgmental errors or routine errors of omission by game officials. Games involving such complaints will continue to stand as completed.

PENALTIES FOR UNFAIR ACTS

Article 3 The Commissioner’s powers under this Section 2 include the imposition of monetary fines and draft-choice forfeitures, suspension of persons involved in unfair acts, and, if appropriate, the reversal of a game’s result or the rescheduling of a game, either from the beginning or from the point at which the extraordinary act occurred. In the event of rescheduling a game, the Commissioner will be guided by the procedures specified in Rule 17, Section 1, Articles 5 through 11, above. In all cases, the Commissioner will conduct a full investigation, including the opportunity for hearings, use of game videotape, and any other procedure he deems appropriate.​

thanks I was about to post something similar.
 

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This video is from the left behind the goal posts and STILL looks like the ball went wide right. If the camera was directly behind that post it would have looked even further wide right.

I didn't think it was good when it went through, but I was still pissed about the rainbow throws that Flacco through to draw PI and get them in position in the first place.
 

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This video is from the left behind the goal posts and STILL looks like the ball went wide right. If the camera was directly behind that post it would have looked even further wide right.

I didn't think it was good when it went through, but I was still pissed about the rainbow throws that Flacco through to draw PI and get them in position in the first place.

Well if it went through, it was good.
 

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ESPN just read from a brief statement from the NFL: The play on the field (last night) is final, and will remain as called.

Well that goes without saying...no way they can change it, as I said, this is not the first time a bad call has come at the end of a game, even with the real officials....
 
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