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marshallvike
10-30-2006, 11:35 PM
not that it could change anything, but where can anyone let the nfl know that the officials steered the game? i know brad had a terrible game but he could have thrown every pass on the money and it would not have done any good. i rewally want to complain.

V4L
10-30-2006, 11:38 PM
I'm down too.. These refs need to be coaching High School.. Cuz they were slowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww





One Love

Vikefanman2000
10-30-2006, 11:39 PM
"marshallvike" wrote:


not that it could change anything, but where can anyone let the nfl know that the officials steered the game? i know brad had a terrible game but he could have thrown every pass on the money and it would not have done any good. i rewally want to complain.


You might try talking to your priest!
;D
While you are at it, can you talk to him about all those K-Rob jerseys that folks spent $100 bucks on during pre-season?

On a serious note....there isnt a chance in the world that anyone outside of the NFL could ever have a complaint heard....
so the best advice is just relax....to do anything else is pointless

cajunvike
10-31-2006, 12:28 AM
Hah!
Dream on...the ONLY thing that the NFL wants to hear from you is the sound of your money!
Ka-ching!!!

Yeah, the officiating SUCKED and was weighted towards the Patsies...but no matter what, we end up sounding like whiners!

Better to just grin and bear it (or should I say BARE IT...as in "pull a Randy Moss" towards the officials) and get ready for next week.

Oh yeah...and tell EVERY Patsy fans you know to KISS YOUR F***ING A$$!!!

digital420
10-31-2006, 03:02 AM
I watched the game, I can say I saw some terrible officiating..

even the announcers said they gave up on the system..

lets just hope b.chill remembers those refs, and next time they play extra concern is spent keeping away from those penelties..

T.t's offensive pass interference, Twill's arm being hit, Wiggens catch.. so many really bad calls. I can understand 1 or 2 in a game. but even the cheesenutz in the booth saw that..

still, it won't change the outcome now.. so best just move on and win the next one despite the refs.

DiGiTaL

tb04512
10-31-2006, 03:16 AM
i was there i was mad so was everyone else !!! those refs deserve to be hung.... i think it was brusci that held moorefor the pick in the endzone no Pass interfierence, twills "drop" he got his right shoulder part of the jersey pulled on a second beforethe ball came, the PI on taylor where i didnt see anything maybe a shoulder shrug, the hold on sharper when the ball was thrown so far out of bounds it was uncatchable, the non intentional grounding on brady no one was around for 15 - 20 yards, the non taunting calls of the thrown ball for like 20 yards and the spike the play after.. i wish i knew who to talk to because apparently i heard theisman was like here the officials doing again and some stuff like i think on this review they will just give him the TD.. i wish ED HAUKULY was officiating that guy is amazing at calling a fair game

BigMoInAZ
10-31-2006, 03:30 AM
Ed wouldn't have made a difference!
It just adds to the misery that was the Viking Pass defense!
Now that was truly nauseating!

i_bleed_purple
10-31-2006, 07:10 AM
i have a feeling that ref from the game picked new england in his football pool

Del Rio
10-31-2006, 07:13 AM
If you want to complain about it then do not throw any money at the NFL. That's all you are good for to them as a fan.

I don't think you can get change without cutting yourself off from the drug.

Vikes
10-31-2006, 10:05 AM
It was poor but Minnesota played poor.

PAvikesfan
10-31-2006, 10:12 AM
i know i have already heard it from people: "bad calls by the refs? THE game was 31-7!"
And my answer is "yes, it was 31-7, but at parts of the game when the game closer, non-calls, phantom calls, and bad calls cost us first downs when the drives were the most important."

the refs were horrible last night, but so was Brad Johnson, and our Defensive scheme.
how many 10 yard dumps to the middle do we need to give up before we change our scheme?

cajunvike
10-31-2006, 10:22 AM
"Del" wrote:


If you want to complain about it then do not throw any money at the NFL. That's all you are good for to them as a fan.

I don't think you can get change without cutting yourself off from the drug.


The Boycott doesn't work...there are plenty more suckers to take your place...the only satisfaction you get will be your own.

triedandtruevikesfan
10-31-2006, 10:24 AM
Granted we did play badly, but anytime we had any momentum going the Refs destroyed it with bad calls or non calls.
INT in the endzone should have been negated with a holding call... we should have walked away with at least 3 there.


I'm not making excuses or saying we would have won either way, but that was just inexcusable by the refs.

whackthepack
10-31-2006, 10:26 AM
The officiating was horrendous but it did not change the outcome of the game, the Pats beat us and even without the terrible calls it would have been that way.

But that is one of the worst officiated games I have seen since the Superbowl, and even the boneheaded announcers couldn't even hide that fact last night, you could tell the wanted to rip them apart but they are paid not to bad mouth the refs!
If anyone doubts that the announcers are told not to bad mouth refs you are kidding yourself, with as much demand for the NFL television rights the networks are not going to piss-off the NFL and risk losing their TV rights the next time their contract comes up for renewal!

cajunvike
10-31-2006, 10:27 AM
"whackthepack" wrote:


The officiating was horrendous but it did not change the outcome of the game, the Pats beat us and even without the terrible calls it would have been that way.

But that is one of the worst officiated games I have seen since the Superbowl, and even the boneheaded announcers couldn't even hide that fact last night, you could tell the wanted to rip them apart but they are paid not to bad mouth the refs!
If anyone doubts that the announcers are told not to bad mouth refs you are kidding yourself, with as much demand for the NFL television rights the networks are not going to piss-off the NFL and risk losing their TV rights the next time their contract comes up for renewal!


Yeah...keep believing that, whack...I got some prime oceanfront property in Arizona that I can sell you real cheap too!
:D

Prophet
10-31-2006, 10:34 AM
The officiating has been better.
Using that excuse is for pansies, they would have been beaten if we were still using the 'do-over' officiating crews.

cajunvike
10-31-2006, 10:37 AM
"Acumen" wrote:


The officiating has been better.
Using that excuse is for pansies, they would have been beaten if we were still using the 'do-over' officiating crews.

True...but it WOULD have been nice to see the game officiated properly...at least maybe we would have lost 31-21 or something like that!

whackthepack
10-31-2006, 10:38 AM
"cajunvike" wrote:


"whackthepack" wrote:


The officiating was horrendous but it did not change the outcome of the game, the Pats beat us and even without the terrible calls it would have been that way.

But that is one of the worst officiated games I have seen since the Superbowl, and even the boneheaded announcers couldn't even hide that fact last night, you could tell the wanted to rip them apart but they are paid not to bad mouth the refs!
If anyone doubts that the announcers are told not to bad mouth refs you are kidding yourself, with as much demand for the NFL television rights the networks are not going to piss-off the NFL and risk losing their TV rights the next time their contract comes up for renewal!


Yeah...keep believing that, whack...I got some prime oceanfront property in Arizona that I can sell you real cheap too!
:D



Sorry Cajun I think you are kidding yourself!
It may have changed the score, but it wouldn't have changed the beating we took or the outcome of the game!

cajunvike
10-31-2006, 10:44 AM
"whackthepack" wrote:


"cajunvike" wrote:


"whackthepack" wrote:


The officiating was horrendous but it did not change the outcome of the game, the Pats beat us and even without the terrible calls it would have been that way.

But that is one of the worst officiated games I have seen since the Superbowl, and even the boneheaded announcers couldn't even hide that fact last night, you could tell the wanted to rip them apart but they are paid not to bad mouth the refs!
If anyone doubts that the announcers are told not to bad mouth refs you are kidding yourself, with as much demand for the NFL television rights the networks are not going to piss-off the NFL and risk losing their TV rights the next time their contract comes up for renewal!


Yeah...keep believing that, whack...I got some prime oceanfront property in Arizona that I can sell you real cheap too!
:D



Sorry Cajun I think you are kidding yourself!
It may have changed the score, but it wouldn't have changed the beating we took or the outcome of the game!


I'm not kidding myself...most games hinge on a few defining plays...and we got the benefit of NONE of them.
Mewelde doesn't get grabbed by the waist on that first drive and Harrison doesn't get the INT...at least 3 for us on that drive...maybe 7.
Wiggy gets awarded that catch for a first down and maybe we score again.
Drive stopping non-calls killed what LITTLE chance that the Vikings had last night.

I will concede that our pass defense SUCKED...they let little mid-range passes from Brady get routinely turned into big plays...I am willing to guess that of Brady's 350+ yards that over 200 were from RAC...the ONLY deep ball that he threw all night was the one picked by Sharper.

Give me a cleanly officiated game and then I will admit that we got beat fairly...until then, F*** the refs, F*** the Patsies...and most importantly, F*** the fair-weather Patsy fans!!!

Ddawg84
10-31-2006, 11:24 AM
Those calls were just terrible and it made me sick to my stomach how much we were getting screwed and how much love Bill and his patriots get from the refs. The game might have been the same outcome... but honestly a lot of those calls were at key times and really killed all of our drives.
1. Memo getting grabbed leading to an INT
2. Travis Taylors offensive pass interferance, taking away a first down.
3. And they will get fined for the Wiggins call!
that took away a first down that was close to field goal range atleast.

But the one that pisses me off the most, is after that Cory Dillon run where he got down to like our 20 yard line and just gets up and chucks the ball halfway across the field and THERE WAS NO PENALTY FLAG THROWN!!!
That sealed the deal for me that the Patriots just have a certain way with the officials, atleast these ones!
Even Dillion kind of looked around like he expected a 15 yarder and nothin was thrown... people who still follow Randy Moss know that he got a taunting penalty this year for just flicking the ball to the kicker on the sideline after he got pushed out of bound.
Why because he is Randy Moss... Dillion of the patriots throws it from the middle of the field to the sideline and it is no biggy!
Sorry but that really chapped my A$$.
They also went on to score a TD that drive.

snowinapril
10-31-2006, 11:25 AM
I here Oprah is into humanitarian efforts.

Maybe your congressman can help.

Or just get the maid to clean up the milk on the floor.

snowinapril
10-31-2006, 11:26 AM
The only complaint that will mean anything is the one that Chilly turns in on Wednesday after watching the film today.

cajunvike
10-31-2006, 11:31 AM
I think that the refs were auditioning for Def Comedy Jam...cause that was some funny sh!t!!!