Rocco wrote:So because Schwartz made the last mistake,it doesn't matter that the first and greater mistake was made by the refs? Good to know.
The refs would've overturned their mistake. Quit being argumentative for the sake of being argumentative. Your telling me you know he was down before we saw the replay? I'm calling BS.
I said he was down when it happened, as did my dad, as did much of the planet. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/20 ... -schwartz/
"Anyone with two good eyes (or even one good eye) could see that both Forsett’s knee and his elbow were on the ground, and players on both teams started walking back to get into the huddle for the next play."
And that's besides the point, as I am not one of the seven people on field level paid to see such things. The fact that they would have reversed the call is irrelevant because a) they blew the call in the first place, b) the rule involved is non-sensical and has been applied inconsistently this year. Stop hiding behind Schwartz's mistake to pretend that the refs didn't make an egregious error that swung the game. Schwartz's mistake doesn't happen if the refs get the call right instead of letting the play go for no reason (which leads to things like injuries, bad calls that don't get reversed on replay, or penalties that affect drives and games).