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Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by Kolbassi, Nov 21, 2021.

  1. Kolbassi

    Kolbassi Well-Known Member

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    throw a flag and then pick it up, the ball was un cachable because he was grabbed and couldn't come back for it. what a fuken joke.
     
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  2. steel_ben7

    steel_ben7 Well-Known Member

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    Yea I’m with you there don’t throw the ****ing flag then in the first place. That was a huge call but the Steelers had chances to make stops and win this game and they didn’t do it. They really missed TJ and Minkah in this game. Had they played the Steelers probably win. Very frustrating to come up short in this one after such a great comeback.
     
  3. RatbirdHater

    RatbirdHater Well-Known Member

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    I wanna punch the Chargers coach in the face. **** those mother ****ers.
     
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  4. mytake

    mytake Well-Known Member

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    It should have been holding at least.
     
  5. Formerscribe

    Formerscribe Well-Known Member

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    No, it shouldn't. The contact wasn't made until the ball was in the air, and it was not the reason he couldn't catch it. The officials got that one right. Please stop making me defend them because they were truly awful last night, and almost every mistake by the refs hurt the Steelers.

    The pass interference that should have been called was the fade to Claypool early in the game. Samuel grabbed his jersey as they went up for the ball. Samuel got away with that at least twice last night on big plays, but the Steelers were called for the same thing multiple times, including the one on Joseph that wiped out a sack right before the half.

    The truly egregious failures by the officials were missing the two illegal hits to the heads of Steelers late in the game. Harris was in the air and completely defenseless when the defender hit him in the head with a forearm. The offensive lineman dove right into Cam Sutton's head after the interception. The first seemed like an honest mistake, but one that should still draw a 15-yard penalty. The hit on Sutton was a dirty play. It should be a flag and at least a fine. That was a player losing his cool and committing a dangerous, violent act.
     
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