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Superbowl XLVII

2013 NFL Championship

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A Quick Tip by MichaelN

  • Feb 4, 2013
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Power Outages aside, the second half "surge" made it interesting. Yes there was a questionable non-call at the end but the Forty Niners made too many mistakes in key situations that really put them in a hole. Why was Kapernak afraid of being sacked on the two point conversion. He should have just run it and not thrown it away.
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February 04, 2013
before that 'non-call' Kapernak already screwed up and he almost had another 'delay of game' and get 5 yard penalty--but they called a time out in time. I think the officials did not like that. Also, that non-call had the 49ers receiver holding on someone too for a few seconds, so it was a tough call.
February 04, 2013
I think the referees thought they were doing a Stanley Cup final and were afraid to call anything at the end. I am surprised that Goodell is not looking into it.
February 06, 2013
You're surprised Goodell is overlooking something? You ARE referring to Roger Goodell, who destroyed a bunch of old review tapes, right? And gave himself unlimited and unchecked power?
 
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Quick Tip by . February 02, 2013
Unfortunately I have zero interest in this game. It would be about fifth on my list of how to spend my time this Sunday night.
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