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    So - do you still think NFL FOOTBALL isn't RIGGED ?






    So - do you still think NFL FOOTBALL isn't RIGGED ?



    Ref looks in the pile, rules a turnover, player on Cleveland - still standing has the ball.






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    So - do you still think NFL FOOTBALL isn't RIGGED ?



    Ref looks in the pile, rules a turnover, player on Cleveland - still standing has the ball.






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    NFL is Rigged Scripted Entertainment // Fixed Games P.1

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbkU6lBXSwE
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    It would be near IMPOSSIBLE to rig an NFL game aside from what few calls that the refs get to make.

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    So - do you still think NFL FOOTBALL isn't RIGGED ?



    Ref looks in the pile, rules a turnover, player on Cleveland - still standing has the ball.






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    NFL is Rigged Scripted Entertainment // Fixed Games P.1

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbkU6lBXSwE
    Your link doesn't match the video....

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    OK, the video, in this case, is inconclusive. The ref who was right on top of the ball makes the call.


    Ball was absolutely fumbled and then ruled down by contact.

    “I thought I recovered it,” Johnson told reporters after the game. “But at the end of the day, I can’t fumble.”

    So, visual evidence shows that the ball was fumbled.

    Browns left tackle Joe Thomas told Cleveland.com that Thomas “came in the huddle and said, ‘I saw the Redskins defense with the ball on the ground, meaning the play was over and then the ball switched hands after that.’ ”

    A Browns player confirmed that te Redskins Will Compton had recovered and that Johnson had held the ball up AFTER the play was over.

    Redskins won this game by more than 2 scores/11 points -- 31-20.

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    Yep pretty much.

    The skins got the ball and the play died then the ball was taken back by Cleveland but it was too late at that point.

    Doesn't matter who eventually gets control, its who has control when the play is called dead.
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    It would be near IMPOSSIBLE to rig an NFL game aside from what few calls that the refs get to make.
    Yeah, those refs seem to love the Patriot's though!!!
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    The Patriots will love my Vikings in the Superbowl.

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    The Patriots will love my Vikings in the Superbowl.

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    NFL senior vice president Dean Blandino acknowledged Tuesday the "bad visual" of a controversial fumble ruling in a Week 4 game between the Cleveland Browns and Washington Redskins. But in an appearance on the NFL Network, Blandino said line judge Sarah Thomas awarded possession to the Redskins long before Browns running back Duke Johnson Jr. emerged from the pile with the ball.

    Blandino did not directly answer a question about whether Thomas got the call right, saying: "We don't have evidence [on replay] that Washington recovered it or Cleveland recovered it, so we have to go with what the official called on the field." The play occurred with nine minutes, 41 seconds remaining in the Redskins' eventual 31-20 victory. Screen grabs circulated around the Internet and social media showed Thomas pulling players off the pile -- presumably looking for the ball -- while Johnson stood next to her, holding it high above her head. But Blandino said that's not what happened. According to Blandino, Thomas saw a Redskins player recover the ball before Johnson "pulled it away."

    "We're not digging at that point [when Johnson had the ball]," Blandino said. "What we're doing is signaling to the players that possession has been established so that they don't continue to fight, and we do that for player safety reasons."

    The official box score credited Redskins linebacker Will Compton with the recovery. There is no evidence of that on replays of the broadcast, nor was there on any angle reviewed by officials after the play. The NFL replay system requires "clear and obvious" evidence of a mistake to overturn a call.

    "There is never an angle that shows Johnson recovering the football on the ground," Blandino said, "and the player coming out of the pile with it is not sufficient evidence, because we all know that the ball can change hands in the pile."

    http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/1...-fumble-ruling

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