Re: [patriotzip] Ruining the game
- We were watching the game and my husband said whoever has the ball at the end of the game will win. BINGO!! That type of game where they trade off with scores usually ends up that way--does it mean both teams are playing well? Not necessarily, but sometimes they both are messing up the game but scoring anyway. When it was at the 4:00 minute mark and we were trying to score, I knew that it was over and the Ravens would get the ball back and win--even when the call went against them and we kept the ball, I knew we weren't going to do anything with it.DANG, I hate it when I'm right--I'm SO @#$%&* this morning--that really ugly, sour feeling that you have the next day. ARRRGGGGG.......come on Pats!!Wish we could transfer our killer instinct onto them, huh?----- Original Message -----From: George RichmanSent: Monday, September 24, 2012 3:48 AMSubject: [patriotzip] Ruining the game
I honestly do not know who should have won that game. Neither team
played exceptionally well on either O or D. I do know that it ranks as
the worst officiated game I have seen in the 55+ years that I have
been watching the NFL. From beginning to end it was series of bad
calls, and missed calls, when went both ways. Who got more in their
favor? I have no @$%#
@#%! idea. So, as I said, I have no idea who should have won.
All I can say is that, from what I've seen through the first 3 weeks,
this entire season has to go into the books with a huge asterisk.
This, as they say, is not your father's NFL. Professional contests
being officiated, and in many cases, decided, by unqualified amateurs
is really ruining the game in 2011.
Very, very, sad.
I will add, however, that I do not believe that the New England
Patriots will win, and may not even reach, another Super Bowl if they
continue to play Devin McCourty as a starting CB. He SUCKS! No single
Patriot player contributed more to that loss than he did. Seems to be
a repetitive theme.