Idiotic NFL referees don’t understand basic Newton principles

My goodness.  I’ve no dog in this game.  But, how does a football advance over 30 feet without an arm going forward and no defensive player touching the ball from the point of release?

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10 Responses to Idiotic NFL referees don’t understand basic Newton principles

  1. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    The game has gotten out of hand with replay. The games can’t move in a flow. They are always interrupted by replay. The league is going to have to lay down some parameters for replay, like, replays can’t last longer than 40 seconds, if the official can’t determine it that quickly, like everyone at home already is, then the call has to stand and they have to move on. The game is all about replay–and expecting a replay. They always used to say the game is not about the officials. But now it is.

    Dennis Miller on officiating convolutions

    • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

      p.s. where are you going to be Saturday night at 8:00 eastern time James?

      • suyts says:

        I’ve no particular plans, coming by with a 12 pack?

      • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

        So you don’t watch college fb I take it? You would have had an immediate answer if you did.

        LSU vs Alabam, #1 vs #2

        12er? I’ll need a driver.

      • suyts says:

        The SEC, isn’t that a division II conference? lol. I’ve always been a Big 8 fan(yeh, old school) Big 12? now?

        The college shuffling has sort of soured me on the NCAA. How can they claim to be all about amateur athletics when we see universities jumping conferences to whore themselves for money? I would encourage the various schools to withdraw from the NCAA and start a new amateur association.

        Besides, my Wildcats got spanked by the Sooners last week, so none of it matters anymore. 😦 So, the Tide gonna beat the LSU? In the mean time, OkState keeps rolling. We’ll have to see how it turns out. If OSU stays undefeated, it will be interesting. They’ve got a couple of tough tests ahead, OU being the biggest. But what of Stanford?

        I follow, but, it seems like every year the SEC has a #1 vs #2 match-up in the season.

      • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

        But this year I really do agree they are #1 and #2. Those teams in the South really are the best at this time. I’d like to see Alabama vs. Oregon in a Bowl to watch a second SEC team beat a big Pac 12er.

        OSU will have it very tough against Oak. I agree. The Sooners still have a shot at the title. It’s an outside shot, but it could happen. So they’ve got everything to play for. But to do it they will have to dominate OSU. That will get them noticed. Also, Stanford needs to lose to Oregon for it to happen. But!If Oregon beats Stanford they also have an outside shot at the title.

        I’m hoping for an LSU v Stanford title game. I think Stanford’s power run is the only thing that may beat a southern team.

      • suyts says:

        A good running game is great when it is accompanied by a good defense. I haven’t watched Stanford to see if their defense is up to par or not. That’s OSU’s Achilles heel. They don’t shut teams down.

  2. Mike Davis says:

    People still watch pro sports? that has gotten as bad as “Pro” wrestling! Soon it will be as good as watching Roller Derby!

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