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Sucks for Eagles bettors lol.

Was disappointed that it had to end that way.
 
I’m a die hard eagles fan and I thought the game was over when chiefs marched the field but when we stopped I knew we were getting the ball back with almost 90 seconds to go but then I saw the flag and when I watched the replay. I knew it was rigged that call was just the stake to the heart. That call took the any chance Of the eagles to win or tie the game.
 
I’m a die hard eagles fan and I thought the game was over when chiefs marched the field but when we stopped I knew we were getting the ball back with almost 90 seconds to go but then I saw the flag and when I watched the replay. I knew it was rigged that call was just the stake to the heart. That call took the any chance Of the eagles to win or tie the game.
Absolutely rigged. However as I've been saying for months/years leagues don't care about about fairness. They care about making money and controlling the narrative.
 
I watched a chiefs offensive lineman lay on top of an eagles defender and not let him up. Not holding

I think there were like 6 penalties called all game. You cannot tell me that this was a call made fairly by an official that fit with the way this game was called.

The asshole in me says this ref/the league wanted the chiefs to win and made sure it happened.

The nice guy in me thinks refs make terrible mistakes and this just happened to be at the worst time ever
 
I watched a chiefs offensive lineman lay on top of an eagles defender and not let him up. Not holding

I think there were like 6 penalties called all game. You cannot tell me that this was a call made fairly by an official that fit with the way this game was called.

The asshole in me says this ref/the league wanted the chiefs to win and made sure it happened.

The nice guy in me thinks refs make terrible mistakes and this just happened to be at the worst time ever
That second fumble-six should've stayed a Chiefs TD.

I completely understand that the refs got it correct, if you're talking about the way the rule is written and enforced--but that's a catch and a fumble. That wasn't an incomplete pass. The rules are wrong on this one.

I guess I would argue that him turning upfield is a "football move" but I think it's just stupid that completing a football move is part of the requirement to begin with.
 
That call did not decide the game. They were in FG range. No guarantee that Philly can tie the game.

No, the call deprived Philly and the fans a chance of Philly trying to tie or win the game with 1:45 or so. They would of had 2 timeouts too.

So the call deprived all of us football fands of an epic ending and maybe even OT.
 
That second fumble-six should've stayed a Chiefs TD.

I completely understand that the refs got it correct, if you're talking about the way the rule is written and enforced--but that's a catch and a fumble. That wasn't an incomplete pass. The rules are wrong on this one.

I guess I would argue that him turning upfield is a "football move" but I think it's just stupid that completing a football move is part of the requirement to begin with.

That's cool just don't change rules with 2 minutes left.

Chiefs recover a fumble for a touchdown and davonte Smith catches a 30 yard pass near the end of the first half. To me the exact same argument. Both calls were called in the same fashion, which is fair.

The refs were generally very good all game in that they called things equally. Then they stepped up and decided who was going to win. If they were going to call ticky tack shit call mahomes for intentional grounding on the play before the chiefs final touchdown.
 
Philly pretty mad and took to the street chanting "Fuck the Chiefs" but not too many problems with the crowd (arrests and property damage minimal).

Story of the game is Chiefs O Line which allowed no sacks against the best pass rush in the game. They game Mahomes time and he showed why he's the best in the game.
 
That's cool just don't change rules with 2 minutes left.

Chiefs recover a fumble for a touchdown and davonte Smith catches a 30 yard pass near the end of the first half. To me the exact same argument. Both calls were called in the same fashion, which is fair.

The refs were generally very good all game in that they called things equally. Then they stepped up and decided who was going to win. If they were going to call ticky tack shit call mahomes for intentional grounding on the play before the chiefs final touchdown.
I don't think the Devonta Smith play and the RB dump-off are similar.

I didn't have a rooting interest this game. I thought the Bradberry penalty was 100% bullshit, but I think the fumble-six "incomplete pass" call was also wrong and has a greater impact on the game.
 
I think the new landscapes in the post-Brady Reign of Terror era are starting to shape.
Chiefs With A Bullseye On Their Back
49ers vs Eagles in NFC (I have never seen their players, never mind the fans, the PLAYERS talk so much after a game.)
Not sure who the AFC battles are completely but it'll likely be some combo of Bengals, other AFC North Team, AFC East Team
and the Cowboys will still suck.
The Lions just might not suck, though.
Yesterday still sucked, but it's a new day. Finally.
 
I hope they can figure it out to not have players slipping all over the field next time too
Artificial turf will always be superior. Idc what Trettor says. The science proves it.
 

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