OH MY ACHING FUCKING ASS...Seabird fans, SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT SB 40.Go watch the goddamned game again. You had a ton of chances in the second half to win the game, and you shit the bed. AND FOR THE FINAL FUCKING TIME: go rewatch the 2013 NFC Championship game again and tell me bad calls didn't send your asses to your only SB win. By YOUR standards bitching about SB 40, you shouldn't have even fucking BEEN there.
The Texans one was terrible. The Steelers were in every other one! LMFAO
The “missed” pass interference on the Giants isn’t pass interference at all that’s ineligible man down field on the giants
The man pulled down was eligible. A different man was down field. Should have been off setting penalties
To this day will never understand how the officials overturned the Dez catch.
NFL rigged AF
who you gonna believe... your lying eyes or the infallible refs ?
That call against the Giants against San Francisco for illegal man downfield, whoever was the illegal man was not Rich Seubert (the interfered-with target, 69)
Way too many ads.
4:37, "the players circled the official like wild eyed Indians around a wagon train" wow
Your niners controversial call was a well played defense maybe you should've used the one when flopernik was forced to throw it away early because of a non called but blatant neutral zone infraction on the al, for nothing 4th down last play? 9 months ago sure I'm late to the party but c'mon man.
I knew this fucking NFL is rigged
Others missing from this video:Cleveland Browns: 1986 AFC Championship Game. Matt Karliss' field goal that wins the game for Denver.Oakland Raiders: The "Imaculate Reception" play. Franco Harris' catch may have been illegal per rules of time and may have hit the ground. Also, missed block in the back after catch.Detroit Lions: Thanksgiving game vs. Houston Texans. Texans RB was obviously down, yet awarded a touchdown.Detroit Lions: Too many more to list.2 more to add after this video was made:New Orleans Saints: 2019 NFC Championship - pass interference and illegal hit to helmet not called on Los Angeles Rams.Kansas City Chiefs: 2019 AFC Championship - roughing the passer called for no reason.
I believe refs are either blind as a bat, or just picking favorites for extra payroll
5:05 - 5:55 EXTREMELY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING INJURY SHOWN THROUGHOUT
4:30 casual and completely irrelevant racism
@23:10 man, did Shazier have a tendency to tackle like that? It's no wonder he had a spinal contusion.
‘Like wild eyed Indians around a wagon train’ lol
@rodprops I found it funny, but that still is racist af. Like, not even kinda maybe sorta. I don't care if he says it, but I also wouldn't bark if someone got fired for saying that exact phrase. Just sayin.
If he'd said that in todays PUSSIFIED CULTURE, he'd be fired! LoL
Hahaha that didn't age well.
The NFL is fixed
Every other clip involves New England.
Still can’t get over the “Bottlegate” game between Jax & CLE! Bottom line, Browns already ran a play, so obviously any idiot knows the previous play is 100% IRRELEVANT!
Gotta say not much controversy on Steers TD about having both feet inbounds in end zone. Pretty easy to see was a good call for the TD
Seahawks against Packers. The ONE time a controversial/ridiculous/missed or whatever call that went against the Packers! Yes, I’m from Minnesota & we’re sick of GB having an 18 man team every time they play anyone really!
You could make a whole video for the lions 😂
Now the league says the Dez play in Green Bay is a catch! Well thank you very much now and if I had stock in Micro soft in 1981 id be a millionaire! Green Bay and the Pats get every call when it counts everybody knows it
My favorite part of Ben's TD in SB XL, is how everyone ignores the official running in with 1 hand up, signaling it was not a TD until AFTER Ben was on the ground and moved the ball over the line. Everyone says it's too close to call, so we gotta stick with the ruling on the field, which I do agree with. However, it's obvious the official gave a false TD.I'm also surprised the Eagle's game where the QB was a half to a full yard shy of a TD and they credited him with a TD against Seattle, ending their playoff chances that year wasn't included. Along with the 2 false holding penalties (one of which had a missed offsides to boot) that took away two 25+ yard catches that put the Seahawks in the rezone on two separate drives in SB XL.As for the OPI, I get that it's technically a push off, but where is your consistency and fairness when every receiver in the NFL gets away with it, except the Seahawks in the SB? It was a bad call considering how every other game that season was officiated, and other plays in that same game was officiated.
what was wrong with the Bears Saints call?
I was at that Hawks-Falcons game with the Sherman no-call on Julio. I’m a Hawks fan, was sitting behind the opposite end zone, and was in the middle of drinking my beer and it was obviously PI. Still not mad about it though.
Gotta love that "2015 NFC Wild Card Game" with Pittsburgh and Cincinnati.... If you don't see the problem, stop watching football
It wasn’t a lateral