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  • IUPNation
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    Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post

    You should rewatch the hit. Arm first, then shoulder both on Wentz's back and then helmet. Take off those Eagles tinted glasses when you do though. It was likely the hit with the ground which hurt Wentz, head going one way, faster that way, then reversed when it hit the ground. Referee Shawn Smith told a designated pool reporter after the game that the helmet-to-helmet contact on the play was incidental.

    Wilson has had those hits too, but was up had already thrown the ball in Pittsburgh. TJ Watt hit him in the head with the crown of his helmet, no flag. In college it would have likely been a targeting penalty.
    You are making excuses for your thug. It was dirty. He would have been shot in the spot if he did that to Brady.

    But since it was done to an Eagle, no call.

    It’s one thing to lose because you didn’t play well, but to take out Wentz on purpose pisses me off. I would have rather lost with Wentz having a bad day than him being targeted and having a 40 year old backup who didn’t play all season have to win the game. No wonder the Seachickens got 7 sacks. It was open season.
    Last edited by IUPNation; 01-06-2020, 03:54 AM.

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  • Taxman
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    Originally posted by IowaBearcat View Post
    100%. Should have been an ejection.

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  • Taxman
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    Originally posted by Clean Liver View Post

    The NFL (Rog) doesn't know what is or isn't pass interference anymore.
    The proper resolution is simple. All leagues need to get rid of replay. The technology available should've provided an opportunity to better the game through getting calls correct but that has not been the case.

    The NFL's process to add PI to reviewable plays was a disaster from the outset. There are rules. Either PI has occurred or it has not. The fatal error occurred when the NFL decided their would have to be a "level" the PI in question reached for the call to be reversed or flagged. This allowed inconsistency to reign supreme and the chaos that has resulted. It's either PI or it's not. It can't be PI but not bad enough. It's difficult to understand how officiating has been allowed to get to the point it has.

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Originally posted by HOGSVRR View Post

    Look at the positives: Wentz was taken out, Tiny Hands didn’t have a fumble in a NFL game (which is very rare for him) and old man Mc played better for your Teals. Your team lost, suck it up and grow a pair.
    And on the 4th and 7 it wasn't McCown's fault. His running back dropped a ball which he would have been able to get a first down on. I think this is the first time all four wild card games were within 1 score and the losing team had the ball in the red zone within 2 minutes or lost it to OT. This was a great wild card weekend for NFL fans with all the close games.

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  • HOGSVRR
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    Originally posted by IUPNation View Post

    Yes it was Homer. He went helmet to the back of his helmet. He’s a dirty prick but then again the Seachickens have been known to play dirty.
    Look at the positives: Wentz was taken out, Tiny Hands didn’t have a fumble in a NFL game (which is very rare for him) and old man Mc played better for your Teals. Your team lost, suck it up and grow a pair.
    Last edited by HOGSVRR; 01-05-2020, 09:23 PM.

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Originally posted by IUPNation View Post

    It was a dirty hit. He was down and he hit him with the helmet first.
    You should rewatch the hit. Arm first, then shoulder both on Wentz's back and then helmet. Take off those Eagles tinted glasses when you do though. It was likely the hit with the ground which hurt Wentz, head going one way, faster that way, then reversed when it hit the ground. Referee Shawn Smith told a designated pool reporter after the game that the helmet-to-helmet contact on the play was incidental.

    Wilson has had those hits too, but was up had already thrown the ball in Pittsburgh. TJ Watt hit him in the head with the crown of his helmet, no flag. In college it would have likely been a targeting penalty.
    Last edited by Wildcat Khan; 01-05-2020, 08:05 PM.

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  • IUPNation
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    Originally posted by HOGSVRR View Post


    Stop whining & crying. The better team won.
    Every team in the playoffs was a better team than we were....thanks Captain Obvious.

    But her emails.

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  • IUPNation
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    Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post

    The thing is it wasn't really a dirty hit. Had Wentz slid it would have been dirty, but he didn't. As well, Clowney's shoulder hit first and not his head which made it a legal hit. A dirty hit was what was done many times in the Cleveland/Pittsuburgh game or one of the many by Suh. The other thing is Wentz was a runner at that point, not a QB and running backs and wide receivers take hits like that all the time without flags. Wilson also takes hits like that quite often without flags as do Cam Newton, Deshawn Watson, and Lamar Jackson if they don't slide and sometimes even when they do slide.
    It was a dirty hit. He was down and he hit him with the helmet first.

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  • HOGSVRR
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    Originally posted by IUPNation View Post

    Yeah you won. You barely beat a practice squad with a senior citizen at QB and you had to Target the one healthy player we had in order to win.

    Go Pack Go!

    Stop whining & crying. The better team won.

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Originally posted by IUPNation View Post

    Yep...a bunch of nobodies on your team. That's why Carroll had Clowney take out Wentz.

    Going by my social media sites for the Eagles...Clowney is the most hated person in Philly right now. Too bad nobody chucked a D Cell at him during the game. He would have deserved it.
    The thing is it wasn't really a dirty hit. Had Wentz slid it would have been dirty, but he didn't. As well, Clowney's shoulder hit first and not his head which made it a legal hit. A dirty hit was what was done many times in the Cleveland/Pittsuburgh game or one of the many by Suh. The other thing is Wentz was a runner at that point, not a QB and running backs and wide receivers take hits like that all the time without flags. Wilson also takes hits like that quite often without flags as do Cam Newton, Deshawn Watson, and Lamar Jackson if they don't slide and sometimes even when they do slide.

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  • IUPNation
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    Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post

    got it, a 1k rusher is a scrub. An all pro LT is also a scrub. A pro bowl Center is a scrub. Yes, Wilson was the real difference in this game as Philly really keyed on stopping the run and got burned on cover-0 looks by either Wilson's legs or his arm.
    Yep...a bunch of nobodies that were hurt on your team. That's why Carroll had Clowney take out Wentz. It was the best shot the Seachickens had to win by getting Ginger Jesus out of the game.

    Going by my social media sites for the Eagles...Clowney is the most hated person in Philly right now. Too bad nobody chucked a D Cell at him during the game. He would have deserved it.
    Last edited by IUPNation; 01-05-2020, 07:27 PM.

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Originally posted by IUPNation View Post

    So a bunch a fragile scrubs. Ok. You still had Wilson.
    got it, a 1k rusher is a scrub. An all pro LT is also a scrub. A pro bowl Center is a scrub. Yes, Wilson was the real difference in this game as Philly really keyed on stopping the run and got burned on cover-0 looks by either Wilson's legs or his arm.

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  • IUPNation
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    Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post

    Michael Kendricks-out. Chirs Carson-out Rashad Penny-out. CJ Prosise-out. Dwayne Brown-out Germaine Ifedi-out. Justin Britt-out

    Starting linebacker, 1st 3 running backs, starting LT, LG, and C all out. I'm not sure I'd call that barely anyone out especially on the O-line and running backs.
    So a bunch a fragile scrubs. Ok. You still had Wilson. Clowney and Carroll had a bounty on Wentz. Instead of three field goals because Pop Pop couldn't get the Eagles over the goal line...we might have had three TD's by Ginger Jesus. But...even if we did win...we weren't going into Green Bay and winning again. So it was going to end soon enough...and we will regroup and will be back next year.



    Last edited by IUPNation; 01-05-2020, 07:13 PM.

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Originally posted by IUPNation View Post

    Please...you barely had anyone injured. Wentz isn't that good? Ok...that's just you trolling me and good for you. I guess if that is what makes your tiny dick hard, then I'll let you have your moment.

    Clowney is still dirty and Pete Carroll is a scuzzball. Any chance the team charter plane is a Boeing 737 Max?
    Michael Kendricks-out. Chirs Carson-out Rashad Penny-out. CJ Prosise-out. Dwayne Brown-out Germaine Ifedi-out. Justin Britt-out Will Dissley-out

    Starting linebacker, 1st 3 running backs, starting LT, LG, and C all out along with the #1 TE. I'm not sure I'd call that barely anyone out especially on the O-line and running backs.

    Also out Woods (DT) and Josh Gordon on suspensions for drugs.

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