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Crowley played it perfectly, but Crabtree put his left arm on Crawley's shoulder to impede his jump thereby preventing him from reaching the ball. This is a pet peeve of mine. Officials allow WRs to push off and get an advantage in going for the pass but call DBs for every sticky tack touch.
 

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You're right. There wasn't anything Crawley could've done differently since he was being held down by one of Crabtree's arms. That whole last drive was a ticky tack penalty fest that allowed them to win anyway. Kinda weird how the Raiders wouldn't have covered the spread with anything but a touchdown.
 

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I'm over it. Threw tantrums here and there, but I'm over it.
 

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the play should have never happened in the first place..on 4th down when we were flagged.that ball was not catchable..it went two feet over his head and 4 feet out of bounds.

horse water call...and i watched it on my big screen in the parlor..basement bar tv and in our bedroom..all looked the same to me...i deleted the taping now..focus on the Giants now.

on a 55 or whatever inch..and another on a 50 and a 30 inch.
we got robbed..but..let's turn the page..

reasons why parents don't slap their children over a spilled glass of milk..

but we do need to get some CB's..not one but two.
 

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