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(Pro Football Mock)   EXCLUSIVE: The stolen texts from Roger Goodell's phone   (profootballmock.com) divider line 84
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2012-09-26 10:54:30 AM
It's weird how some of them, Goodell is in blue and some of them, he's in grey.
 
2012-09-26 12:43:32 PM
I want my 30 seconds back, subby.

/never mind, I'd just waste them anyway
 
2012-09-26 12:44:03 PM
I didn't like that one bit!
 
2012-09-26 12:44:25 PM
I think it's a trick, Sam
i52.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-26 12:49:03 PM
LAME!
 
2012-09-26 12:49:24 PM

IAmRight: It's weird how some of them, Goodell is in blue and some of them, he's in grey.


You have just been suspended by the league for questioning the all powerful Roger Goodell!
 
2012-09-26 12:49:47 PM
i.qkme.me
 
2012-09-26 12:49:53 PM
Someone thought that was funny? F'real?

-1
 
2012-09-26 12:51:27 PM
I don't think those were really texts from Roger Goodell.

Nice try though.
 
2012-09-26 12:54:57 PM
ESPN is reporting that the lockout could end as early as this week.
 
2012-09-26 12:55:07 PM

Balchinian: Someone thought that was funny? F'real?

-1


I did. Apparently that makes me an idiot. I'm terribly sorry.
 
2012-09-26 12:55:12 PM
Fark you, Subby.

-1 intrawebs to you.
 
2012-09-26 12:56:06 PM
There is a Stupid tag for drek like this, subby.
 
2012-09-26 12:56:48 PM

lemurs: ESPN is reporting that the lockout could end as early as this week.


I wonder what this does to the Vegas lines
 
2012-09-26 01:03:43 PM

tnpir: Balchinian: Someone thought that was funny? F'real?

-1

I did. Apparently that makes me an idiot. I'm terribly sorry.


Oh, I wouldn't take it that personally. There's no accounting for taste.
 
2012-09-26 01:05:57 PM

lemurs: ESPN is reporting that the lockout could end as early as this week.


i1182.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-26 01:08:28 PM
Subby still sends people the link for "Texts From Bennet" and swears it is true.
 
2012-09-26 01:11:18 PM
This is what passes as humor? Jesus, must be a conservative.
 
2012-09-26 01:12:52 PM

justtray: This is what passes as humor? Jesus, must be a conservative.


1.bp.blogspot.com

You're in the wrong tab.
 
2012-09-26 01:15:01 PM
Dude, of course the refs are going to be back. You don't think the NFL is going to stand for the Seahawks getting an extra timeout in one game and a questionable TD call that wins them the game in another, do you? Those calls are supposed to go AGAINST the Seahawks all the time (see: Baltimore Ravens and their 4 timeouts; Vinny Testaverde's helmet = ball crossing the goal line; etc).
 
2012-09-26 01:17:11 PM

IAmRight: Dude, of course the refs are going to be back. You don't think the NFL is going to stand for the Seahawks getting an extra timeout in one game and a questionable TD call that wins them the game in another, do you? Those calls are supposed to go AGAINST the Seahawks all the time (see: Baltimore Ravens and their 4 timeouts; Vinny Testaverde's helmet = ball crossing the goal line; etc).


CRY MOAR
 
2012-09-26 01:17:38 PM

IAmRight: Dude, of course the refs are going to be back. You don't think the NFL is going to stand for the Seahawks getting an extra timeout in one game and a questionable TD call that wins them the game in another, do you? Those calls are supposed to go AGAINST the Seahawks all the time (see: Baltimore Ravens and their 4 timeouts; Vinny Testaverde's helmet = ball crossing the goal line; etc).


Quick question, where did you get your cross? Did you get it hand-crafted, or did you just go to Home Depot and buy the lumber and nails?
 
2012-09-26 01:20:05 PM

Treygreen13: IAmRight: Dude, of course the refs are going to be back. You don't think the NFL is going to stand for the Seahawks getting an extra timeout in one game and a questionable TD call that wins them the game in another, do you? Those calls are supposed to go AGAINST the Seahawks all the time (see: Baltimore Ravens and their 4 timeouts; Vinny Testaverde's helmet = ball crossing the goal line; etc).

Quick question, where did you get your cross? Did you get it hand-crafted, or did you just go to Home Depot and buy the lumber and nails?


Your's was funnier.
 
2012-09-26 01:21:39 PM

Treygreen13: Quick question, where did you get your cross? Did you get it hand-crafted, or did you just go to Home Depot and buy the lumber and nails?


Says the guy who keeps talking about Golden Tate being history's worst monster.
 
2012-09-26 01:22:57 PM

IAmRight: Treygreen13: Quick question, where did you get your cross? Did you get it hand-crafted, or did you just go to Home Depot and buy the lumber and nails?

Says the guy who keeps talking about Golden Tate being history's worst monster.


I just said he was a prick. He's not nearly as bad as some of history's greatest monsters, like Dwight Clark.
 
2012-09-26 01:24:56 PM
I thought "going through a tunnel" was kinda 7th grade humor. Made me chuckle.
 
2012-09-26 01:29:55 PM

Treygreen13: Quick question, where did you get your cross? Did you get it hand-crafted, or did you just go to Home Depot and buy the lumber and nails?


You just don't get it. I bet you're also part of the sheeple who doesn't realize that it rains here so much because evil east coast scientists make it so in their attempt to keep us down.
 
2012-09-26 01:36:09 PM
Jesus, people have a stick up their ass about humor.

/It was amusing for what it was
 
2012-09-26 01:37:10 PM

Treygreen13: I just said he was a prick. He's not nearly as bad as some of history's greatest monsters, like Dwight Clark.


I'm actually being as annoying as possible about it in the hopes that someone, anyone, can come up with a situation where the Seahawks have benefitted from a blatant BS call like those before this season. I figure the way to get people riled up and ready to prove their point is to be as antagonistic as possible so that they'll say "Here's this. Now shut up."

I honestly can't think of one, even from before, when I didn't really follow any teams.
 
2012-09-26 01:37:59 PM

Treygreen13: IAmRight: Treygreen13: Quick question, where did you get your cross? Did you get it hand-crafted, or did you just go to Home Depot and buy the lumber and nails?

Says the guy who keeps talking about Golden Tate being history's worst monster.

I just said he was a prick. He's not nearly as bad as some of history's greatest monsters, like Dwight Clark.


You are on a fantastic roll. Please pardon my interruption and continue the hilarity.

//That is sincere, not snark, in case it is not clear.
 
2012-09-26 01:46:53 PM

roc6783: Treygreen13: IAmRight: Treygreen13: Quick question, where did you get your cross? Did you get it hand-crafted, or did you just go to Home Depot and buy the lumber and nails?

Says the guy who keeps talking about Golden Tate being history's worst monster.

I just said he was a prick. He's not nearly as bad as some of history's greatest monsters, like Dwight Clark.

You are on a fantastic roll. Please pardon my interruption and continue the hilarity.

//That is sincere, not snark, in case it is not clear.


Gracias!
 
2012-09-26 01:48:28 PM

IAmRight: Treygreen13: I just said he was a prick. He's not nearly as bad as some of history's greatest monsters, like Dwight Clark.

I'm actually being as annoying as possible about it in the hopes that someone, anyone, can come up with a situation where the Seahawks have benefitted from a blatant BS call like those before this season. I figure the way to get people riled up and ready to prove their point is to be as antagonistic as possible so that they'll say "Here's this. Now shut up."

I honestly can't think of one, even from before, when I didn't really follow any teams.


I think even if the Seahawks were the league's doormat and had every call ever made against them since the franchise inception be completely wrong, it still wouldn't justify an incorrect call in their favor.
 
2012-09-26 01:49:34 PM

IAmRight: I honestly can't think of one, even from before, when I didn't really follow any teams.


If I rooted for them or was able to watch them other than the superbowl with the steelers, I would sympathize more. You did get the shiat end of the stick in that one. I think any team can find one game where they got royally dicked over.

People keep saying Packers are the golden boys of the NFL, but I'm still sore about this one:
cdn.faniq.com

and Monday night's piss poor effort as a whole for both teams.
 
2012-09-26 01:54:58 PM

Hillbilly Jim: IAmRight: Dude, of course the refs are going to be back. You don't think the NFL is going to stand for the Seahawks getting an extra timeout in one game and a questionable TD call that wins them the game in another, do you? Those calls are supposed to go AGAINST the Seahawks all the time (see: Baltimore Ravens and their 4 timeouts; Vinny Testaverde's helmet = ball crossing the goal line; etc).

CRY MOAR


Relax.

IAmRight is the Thunderpipes of the sports tab. Just put him on ignore and be a lot happier in your Fark browsing.
 
2012-09-26 01:58:45 PM

UNC_Samurai: Jesus, people have a stick up their ass about humor.

/It was amusing for what it was


I guess I'm simple, but I like these things. Although, Kristen Stewart's Inbox was better.
 
2012-09-26 01:58:50 PM

Treygreen13: I think even if the Seahawks were the league's doormat and had every call ever made against them since the franchise inception be completely wrong, it still wouldn't justify an incorrect call in their favor.


Indeed, breaks of the game should never even out and we should just pile them all upon certain teams in perpetuity, provided that I root for a nationally popular team that tends to get more breaks than it gives!

thecpt: People keep saying Packers are the golden boys of the NFL, but I'm still sore about this one:
[cdn.faniq.com image 384x316]


As am I. As I've said, the Packers are the team I like second-most. Rodgers is my favorite player and I bought the completely-no-benefits share of stock in the team. The only thing I regret about that call is that it didn't happen against a team I hate (and if it were against a team I hate, I wish it would've been more obviously not simultaneous possession. Like Jennings came down with the ball, spiked it, and Tate picked it up and they called it a fumble or something and gave them the TD.)
 
2012-09-26 02:05:50 PM

IAmRight: Indeed, breaks of the game should never even out and we should just pile them all upon certain teams in perpetuity, provided that I root for a nationally popular team that tends to get more breaks than it gives!


Nothing is justification for making the wrong call.
 
2012-09-26 02:11:17 PM
The one with Rex Ryan amused me. Not enough profanity on Ryan's part though.

/read too much Kissing Suzy Kolber
//door flies open
 
2012-09-26 02:11:35 PM
My superior sense of humor tells me that anything like this is drivel and you are dumb for thinking otherwise. I'll go back to watching Portlandia and laughing at the sheer brilliance of lesbian bookstore owners.
 
2012-09-26 02:12:56 PM

Treygreen13: Nothing is justification for making the wrong call.


There's justification for not feeling bad about being the beneficiary of what might have been an incorrect call.

There were several calls that were far more obviously bad that cost other teams games this weekend. Were this call made in the second quarter of a Sunday afternoon game, no one would have thought about this call for two seconds (see how no one's saying sh*t about Pierre Thomas' catch-that-was-overturned despite him having the ball the whole way? See how no one's complaining about Fasano's "catch" that hit the ground and bounced, uncontrolled?)
 
2012-09-26 02:17:15 PM

IAmRight: see how no one's saying sh*t about Pierre Thomas' catch-that-was-overturned despite him having the ball the whole way? See how no one's complaining about Fasano's "catch" that hit the ground and bounced, uncontrolled


At the same time not everyone was able to see those. This was the national game in the last play that decided the game. I've seen games this year that were "officiated" worse, but that play was the cherry on top of everything so far.
 
2012-09-26 02:20:23 PM
I'm just glad the call was against the Packers.

I just can't see the outrage and calls to end the ref lockout being anywhere near as intense if game-changing call had gone against one of the lower-profile NFL teams.

Like say, the Seahawks or something.
 
2012-09-26 02:22:00 PM

IAmRight: There's justification for not feeling bad about being the beneficiary of what might have been an incorrect call.


Well that's certainly reasonable. I know that the Cowboys game had a call that, if properly made, would have probably led to the Cowboys losing.

But I wouldn't say that I feel ok about it because in the past (or even in that same game) that the Cowboys had a previous bad call.

Just like I wouldn't claim (like many people are doing, not you maybe) that any team that gets beat on a blown call somehow deserves it because they weren't leading by more. Demanding that teams be up by 2 possessions in every game isn't reasonable. It would certainly help but you shouldn't have to be up (or down) by any amount to expect to not get hosed on a call.
 
2012-09-26 02:26:20 PM

IAmRight: Treygreen13: ***snip***


No one is talking about those other instances because this wrong call decided a game incorrectly. There is a difference is impact between a second quarter screw up and one that is game-ending. Additionally, this call was called wrong live, called wrong after review, and upheld incorrectly by the league office. That is why everyone is talking about it instead of the other terrible calls, and the heat they are taking is why the NFL is trying to get a deal done so quickly with the real refs.
 
2012-09-26 02:32:40 PM

yelmrog: I'm just glad the call was against the Packers.

I just can't see the outrage and calls to end the ref lockout being anywhere near as intense if game-changing call had gone against one of the lower-profile NFL teams.

Like say, the Seahawks or something.


You really think that Steve Young and Trent Dilfer looked like they were going to break down and cry or hit someone simply because it was the Packers? This wrong call was the camel's back-breaking call that everyone predicted was going to happen sooner or later. If it had been Browns vs. Buccaneers on a Sunday day game, there would be the same level of disgust and irritation.

A wrong call should never decide the outcome of a game. Period. That's why the most stuck in the mud league, MLB, has even started using a nascent form of replay.
 
2012-09-26 02:39:07 PM

Dogfacedgod: LAME!


Somebody thought that was funny and a mod green lit it, Mega lame.

Like gooddell would own some lame ass iphone.......
 
2012-09-26 02:39:33 PM

roc6783: No one is talking about those other instances because this wrong call decided a game incorrectly.


So did those. Pierre Thomas' catch was a play that was a TD on 3rd down, caused them to attempt a FG, and they missed the FG. Even had they made the FG, they lost in OT in a game that would not have gone to OT with that TD.

roc6783: That is why everyone is talking about it instead of the other terrible calls,


No, the reason is because it happened on Monday Night Football and because it was a "favored team" getting "screwed" at the expense of a "filler" team. Everyone's fine with it being written off into history with no one but Seahawks fans remembering when opposing teams get extra timeouts or free game-winning touchdowns.

roc6783: There is a difference is impact between a second quarter screw up and one that is game-ending.


Points count the same no matter when they're scored. Seven points are always huge. It's Week 3 - if you think that a play early in a game doesn't matter, then the game early in the season doesn't matter, you have plenty of opportunity to overcome this. And you have two giant cupcakes coming up. Hell, you should be at WORST 5-3 going into the Arizona game in Lambeau.

Treygreen13: Just like I wouldn't claim (like many people are doing, not you maybe) that any team that gets beat on a blown call somehow deserves it because they weren't leading by more. Demanding that teams be up by 2 possessions in every game isn't reasonable.


Well, that one is a very specific one that everyone ALWAYS says against Seahawks fans when pointing out that the Seahawks got f*cked in Super Bowl XL. So I'm not sure how much of that is in earnest and how much of that is in a "holy f*ck we've had this line shoved down our throats for so long, we finally get to vomit it up on someone else!" manner.

Treygreen13: But I wouldn't say that I feel ok about it because in the past (or even in that same game) that the Cowboys had a previous bad call.


I feel okay about it because it's a Week 3 game. The Packers have 13 more weeks to win games and they're about to take on two of the crappiest teams in the league. They'll be fine; they're a good team and they'll probably win their division, even with the loss.
 
2012-09-26 02:42:35 PM
At least the randomly generated sidebar pic was a laugh
 
2012-09-26 02:43:54 PM

IAmRight: No, the reason is because it happened on Monday Night Football and because it was a "favored team" getting "screwed" at the expense of a "filler" team.


I think you're wrong there. I don't care either way about either team, and I thought it was a bad call. The reason it was so widely talked about was because it was a game-deciding play on the last game of a week where bad calls influenced several games. Sort of an orgasm of frustration spilled out. Like when you've got something bubbling under the surface with someone and then one day, they leave the lid off the trashcan and it turns into emotional global thermonuclear war.

IAmRight: Points count the same no matter when they're scored. Seven points are always huge.


Agreed.
 
2012-09-26 02:47:21 PM

roc6783: If it had been Browns vs. Buccaneers on a Sunday day game, there would be the same level of disgust and irritation.

A wrong call should never decide the outcome of a game.


This was largely ignored in the media following the game. At most, they noted the Dolphins' discontent and said "well, isn't that rule funny? Oh well, Steelers win."
 
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