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Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by Prime Time, Oct 11, 2017 at 10:04 AM.

  1. Prime Time

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    Not that it makes much of a difference. :baghead:
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    http://www.footballzebras.com/2017/10/10/week-6-referee-assignments-2017/

    Rams at Jaguars — Walt Coleman

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walt_Coleman

    Coleman made an instant replay call on January 19, 2002 in a game that lead to it becoming known as the "Tuck Rule Game". With 1:47 left, Oakland cornerback Charles Woodson knocked the ball from New England's quarterback Tom Brady. It was recovered by Oakland linebacker Greg Biekert.

    The play was originally called a fumble. Coleman reviewed the play and overturned the fumble call to an incomplete pass using the tuck rule, which says that "any intentional forward movement of [the thrower's] arm starts a forward pass, even if the player loses possession of the ball as he is attempting to tuck it back toward his body." In March 2013, league owners voted 29–1 to abolish the rule.

    Coleman was the head official in the 2003 AFC Championship Game between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts. Colts players later publicly complained that the officials did not properly call illegal contact, pass interference, and defensive holding penalties on the Patriots' defensive backs.

    This, and similar complaints made by other NFL teams during that season, would prompt the NFL during the 2004 offseason to instruct all of the league's officials to strictly enforce these types of fouls (the "chuck" rule).

    Coleman's 2017 NFL officiating crew consists of umpire Jeff Rice, down judge Derick Bowers, line judge Kevin Codey, field judge Scott Novak, side judge James Coleman, and back judge Terrence Miles.
     
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    Your right Prime! After last weeks Crew, and our previous games this Season, I guess it doesn't make much difference!
     
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    I haven't followed the ref crews and their tendencies in the past. After reading the past few weekly posts I think it is a must for the Rams coaches to do so. Last week I thought would favor the Hags aggressive style. It did as there were no penalties for holding. It would be interesting to see game tape. If you know the how the refs call games it should help you get away with things or watch what your doing.

    Hate Carrol talking to the refs all the time. I guess you have to do it. McVay doesn't seem the type to be in their ear all the time but, should be.
     
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    Ugh. Guerilla warfare tactics using the zebra army most used by Carroll, I firmly believe if you can't beat them join them. Obviously once everyone catches onto that it will be back to normal.
     
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    Officiating is getting to be a real sore spot for me. It's been getting worse every year for the last 7 or 8 years, to the point its affecting the outcome of more and more games with blatantly bad calls, with the NFL front office doing nothing to correct it.

    Last Sunday against Seattle, the Ref's turned a bling eye to the constant PI and holding Hags DB's did to Rams recievers.
     
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    Can they call holding when they see it?
     
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