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Head NFL ref defends celebration penalty on Cowboys' Colombo

Cowboys offensive lineman Marc Colombo didn’t intend to go to the ground when celebrating a Jason Witten touchdown in Sunday’s loss to the Titans, but he did stumble and fall during the celebration.

NFL V.P. of officiating Carl Johnson says it doesn’t matter what Colombo intended to do. What matters, Johnson said during an NFL Network “Official Review” segment, is that Colombo went to the ground. That’s a penalty, period.

“We can’t judge intent,” Johnson said. “It would have been avoided had Colombo stayed on his feet. If I had been on the field I would have flagged it as well.”

The penalty on the Cowboys turned out to be costly, as it led to a long Titans kickoff return that set up Tennessee’s game-winning score. Johnson says that’s exactly why players need to know not to go to the ground in a celebration — and not even to engage in any celebration that might result in accidentally falling to the ground.

“The rule is pretty clear and explicit,” Johnson said. “Going to the ground as part of a celebration, it’s pretty black and white — it’s clear, we don’t allow a player to go to the ground as part of a celebration.”

NFL Network’s Rich Eisen asked Johnson why officials couldn’t just apply a little common sense and see that Colombo wasn’t trying to go to the ground — he was just a clumsy 300-pounder who fell while chest bumping with his more agile teammates.

“The thing about common sense, Rich, is it’s not consistent,” Johnson said. “When we have a black and white rule, that’s what we want to go with.”

That’s a lesson Colombo learned the hard way.

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  1. Robski says: Oct 13, 2010 8:14 PM

    God the NFL sucks so bad.

  2. lurch's nyquil says: Oct 13, 2010 8:14 PM

    haha, stupid cowturds. let the excuses start. thats the rule get over it. HTTR

  3. FireJerryJones says: Oct 13, 2010 8:15 PM

    Maybe the coaches could’ve covered this issue at their $55,000 dinner

  4. mnnightowl says: Oct 13, 2010 8:16 PM

    Weird. When I saw the game live the thing I thought he was being flagged for was handing the ball in orchestrated fashion to a teammate who then ran into the endzone and spiked the ball. I’d think that too would be a multiple player celebration.

  5. Bradwins says: Oct 13, 2010 8:25 PM

    I think the real question here is “why is ‘going to the ground during a celebration’ against the rules?” If you stop and think about it, that is one of the more absurd rules in the history, not just of sports, but of rule-making in general.
    NFL: STOP PUNISHING CELEBRATIONS. It makes no sense. The celebrations hurt no one; the penalties that result from them are costing teams games.

  6. smootysmoot says: Oct 13, 2010 8:28 PM

    Surprised Columbo didn’t get hurt during celebration.

  7. jjcruiser says: Oct 13, 2010 8:28 PM

    Can we please get rid of the stupid celebration penalty? Just use a 15’yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for getting in an opponent’s face, but who cares if they want to “go to the ground” in celebration?

  8. Lex Luger says: Oct 13, 2010 8:31 PM

    More proof the refs are out of control, it is THEIR JOB TO NOT THROW THE FLAG EVERY FRICKIN PLAY. It like saying, hey, its not my job to have common sense. Where does it say in my contract I have to use my brain. How do these calls help the NFL. It is you job to help regulate nfl games, not follow rules and interpret them so strictly that you cause people to stop watching or caring which is what you are doing. ITS OUT OF CONTROL! This year is the worse I can remember. You shouldnt have extremely controverisal calls every single week. A couple a season is a lot, once a week is insane.
    A great ref knows how to keep himself out of the game, refs shouldnt decide games, these refs have the wrong mindset in my opinion. Lets the players play, and if one player is playing dirty or cheating to gain an advantage, then throw the flag all day. Cheap blocks in the back, blatent holding, sure throw the flag. But cb getting flagged for breathing on receiver past 5 yards is way outta control.
    Its like nfl refs see nothing wrong with what happened to the raiders and patriots with tuck rule. Hey, man I just am following the rules, that may be true but your ruining the game and I think the ref union needs to be abolished, ref dont need ANY power. You dont like the pay, fine, step aside im sure 1000s of people would love to be, and are capable of being nfl refs.
    I certainly dont think ANYONE will miss Ed Hochuli and his crew. I remember my uncle saying during some christmas or thanksgiving, look at hte arms on that ref, the whole time I thinking, this ref is a jackass on roids, this way back in like 2000 before he really started to rack up the horrible calls. Anyway, I would love to see the nfl referees and their union taking down a peg or two.

  9. ftomeo says: Oct 13, 2010 8:33 PM

    I still can’t fathom it as accidental. 320 lbs doesn’t just fall BUT SOMERSAULT over itself when “falling” from just a 6 inch job after a minor chest bump. We aren’t talking about a RB going down awkwardly NEEDING to somersault as quickly as possible to protect his head and neck from a crushing tackle. We are talking about a lumbering, sauntering 320 lb fatty who jumped up, chest bumped, came down, fell on his ass, and managed to somersault and jump up hooting and hollering, still celebrating.
    320 lb lineman don’t accidentally somersault under those circumstances.

  10. Kegowhiskey says: Oct 13, 2010 8:37 PM

    Hope that ref drops his lighter (or insert any other object) in his car, leans over to pick it up and inadvertently cross the line into the next lane while not hitting or coming close to anyone, then get arrested for reckless driving or driving without due care and attention. Just because you CAN do something, doesn’t mean you SHOULD do something.

  11. jallday13 says: Oct 13, 2010 8:42 PM

    hellow, Jason witten is the real idiot here. But he is everybodies darling. Overrated.

  12. gurnblanston says: Oct 13, 2010 8:42 PM

    The NFL standing its ground against the Cowboys? That’s gotta be unprecedented. The Cowboy PR machine that is the NFL Network did send its waterboy, Rich Eisen, to try to elicit an apology, but no dice. Kudos to Carl Johnson!
    That lap dog Wade whined about the unfair application of the rules against the Cowboys in his postgame remarks. Hey, Wade, were all 12 penalties against the Cowboys unfair? Reminds me of his complaint after the Redskins game about never seeing a touchdown called back on a holding penalty in all his years of football. Give it a rest, crybaby. You’ve just rarely seen the game officiated impartially when it comes to your Cowgirls.
    How about covering a kick return and making the call moot? How about playing defense and stopping the Titans? How about throwing the ball to one of your players at critical junctures of the game? No, that wouldn’t do for the crying, whining victims that make up “The Greatest Team Ever Assembled.”
    P.S. I miss boysroll. Hail!

  13. mborz says: Oct 13, 2010 8:45 PM

    I find it amazing that this penalty is what’s drawing Cowboys fans ire as opposed the whole litany of issues of mistakes and breakdowns. This penalty should be far from the biggest concern as was far from being “the reason” why they lost the game.
    We can’t have it both ways. When a ref throws a flag we don’t agree with because they’re following the letter of the law, we complain that it should be subjective and want to see common sense. When a ref throws a flag for something subjective we don’t agree with (like pass interference), we complain that it shouldn’t be subjective.
    It’s insane.

  14. D wins games says: Oct 13, 2010 8:50 PM

    I’m sick of the Cowgirls whining. What on earth does the penalty have to do with the kick return? The kick still goes the same distance, you still have to tackle the dude with the ball. So the return would have gone to the Cowboys 25 instead of their 10? Was that the difference in the game? Poor Dallas. And they played so well….not

  15. Bing253 says: Oct 13, 2010 8:54 PM

    Not a Cowboys fan but that was a stupid penality and for the head of official to defend it by saying “We can’t judge intent” is just dumb. I mean if a DB and WR get their feet tangled they don’t call PI which is judging intent because tripping is a penality so why not just call that tripping or PI everytime. So when they are dealing with judgment penalities like those ones of course officials have to judge intent. How about just letting them do what ever they want after a TD and if it’s over the top just have the league fine the players? I mean the head of officials basically said officals are too stupid to use common sense which is absurb considering ever penality uses some kind of common sense.

  16. DARTH 0BAMA says: Oct 13, 2010 8:58 PM

    I hate the celebrations…it used to be fun but it lead to players doing a dance every time they got a first down etc….marion barber does a dance after running for a 2 yard LOSS!…if u give an inch they take a mile…flag em all!

  17. roscoe says: Oct 13, 2010 8:58 PM

    “ftomeo says:
    October 13, 2010 8:33 PM
    I still can’t fathom it as accidental. 320 lbs doesn’t just fall BUT SOMERSAULT over itself when “falling” from just a 6 inch job after a minor chest bump. We aren’t talking about a RB going down awkwardly NEEDING to somersault as quickly as possible to protect his head and neck from a crushing tackle. We are talking about a lumbering, sauntering 320 lb fatty who jumped up, chest bumped, came down, fell on his ass, and managed to somersault and jump up hooting and hollering, still celebrating.
    320 lb lineman don’t accidentally somersault under those circumstances.”
    Please go back to high school so you can be taught about the physics of momentum. Someone that big is doing exactly what you explain, trying to protect his head and neck by letting his momentum carry him backwards so the head and neck aren’t impacted by the fall. You fail.

  18. tooz56 says: Oct 13, 2010 8:59 PM

    Hey NFL ! STOP MAKING FOOTBALL NOT FUN !!! You people are going to ruin a great thing…..SMH !

  19. DON SHULA says: Oct 13, 2010 9:02 PM

    The NO FUN LEAGUE strikes again.There are way to many people that sound like lawyers(the scourge of the earth and general common sense)that can have a great effect of the outcome of a game.”the thing about common sense it’s not consistent”words spoken by somebody with none.

  20. 1964oilers says: Oct 13, 2010 9:04 PM

    all they had to do was tackle Mariani and they didn’t/couldn’t do it.

  21. ikyflee says: Oct 13, 2010 9:07 PM

    What, exactly, defines “going to the ground”? Nearly every Sunday, player after player go to the ground to say a prayer. If it’s black and white, shouldn’t this be flagged as well?

  22. EasyDrinkingBuschLight says: Oct 13, 2010 9:09 PM

    I’ll never understand people who are rule nazis and say “That’s the rule, you shouldn’t have broken it. End of story”. Sometimes accidents happen, there was obviously no intent. The “going to the ground” rule was put in place with the idea of players getting on the ground for dances or orchestrated celebrations. Not for overweight lineman who can’t keep their balance. The rule should be written more clearly if there’s a real purpose for it outside of situations like this.
    Not to mention this is the most idiotic rule in sports because there’s a million other ways to celebrate, many of which can be considered taunting. I don’t see what the ground has to do with anything. It’s just the league trying to throw their weight around to show that they’ve got the power to do whatever they want. Seriously, who comes up with this garbage?

  23. wydok says: Oct 13, 2010 9:14 PM

    No Fun League.

  24. Mr. Lagoo says: Oct 13, 2010 9:22 PM

    C’mon, Carl, PLEASE EXPLAIN why the Lambeau Leap is not a penalty??? Oh, that’s right, it’s cute little Green Bay…

  25. Zidane Valor says: Oct 13, 2010 9:24 PM

    I don’t know of many Cowboys fans who are blaming the loss on this penalty. But a 15 yard penalty for losing your balance and falling to the ground is stupid.

  26. brewster says: Oct 13, 2010 9:29 PM

    So the next time a guy scores a td and his teammates come and tackle him to the ground there should be a flag right? it was a bad call…and the nfl made it worse by backing it

  27. GoTitans says: Oct 13, 2010 9:43 PM

    Titans were going to win, regardless.

  28. Boudin says: Oct 13, 2010 9:45 PM

    Carl Johnson is a freakin moron. Call it a penalty because lard butt was given the ball to spike. Don’t call it a penalty for going to the ground as part of celebration because everyone can tell that that wasn’t part of the celebration.

  29. Joe C says: Oct 13, 2010 9:52 PM

    Look, the penalty was called CORRECTLY…that is indisputable.
    What the focus SHOULD be on is this: Why on EARTH are they celebrating like they won the game when they only TIED it?
    That whole thing is Exhibit A why the Cowboys join the Chargers as the two most underachieving franchises talentwise in the past 10 years.

  30. stiller43 says: Oct 13, 2010 9:53 PM

    I thoroughly enjoy seeing the Cowboys lose, but that shouldn’t have been called.
    Just dumb.

  31. ScottyFargo says: Oct 13, 2010 10:07 PM

    Can’t wait to hear all the Cowgirl excusses after the Vikings destroy them, AGAIN! Suck it up and stop crying. You know what they say about Texas? All they have is steers and queers and steer don’t cry so what does that leave us? LOL!!!

  32. rkell21 says: Oct 13, 2010 10:17 PM

    Don’t act like he just woke up and realized he was 300-lbs and not agile. Stay your fat ass on the ground if you’re gonna fall over during a celebration.

  33. carp killah says: Oct 13, 2010 10:20 PM

    The penalty should have come when the ball was handed to Colombo and he spiked it, not when he fell down.

  34. Rothlestool says: Oct 13, 2010 10:24 PM

    Priceless. Play Defense and Special Teams and you won’t have this problem.

  35. andyprough says: Oct 13, 2010 10:29 PM

    No Fun League
    Whatever happened to the league of Billy White Shoes Johnson and Neon Deion Sanders?
    Hockey and basketball don’t get near the viewers, but their playoffs are way more exciting than NFL regular season or playoff games
    Watch out league. The NFL may someday stand for “Not for Long” as Jerry Glanville once said, as in “not for long are people going to pay hundreds of dollars to watch garbage”

  36. skinsfan703 says: Oct 13, 2010 10:29 PM

    I hate the Cowboys but that should not have been called. These NFL rules these days man they suck, NFL is not what it use to be i mean you cant even touch a quarterback anymore. The rules they have these days takes all the fun out of the game for us fans, they might as well make the NFL flag football or 2 hand touch.
    O yea in case yall didnt know the redskins are first place in NFC East….
    Hail Beaches

  37. NoKoolaidCowboy says: Oct 13, 2010 10:44 PM

    Why were the celebrating anyway? A tie? These boys celebrate everything. Even Barber is getting a little pathetic flexing and yelling for gaining a couple of yards. There were bigger problems and other bone head penalties in that game.
    Stop looking for a pat on the back and just play. There’s enough time to celebrate when the game ends and it’s a win. Idiots.

  38. Deb says: Oct 13, 2010 10:56 PM

    If the NFL is trying to teach sportsmanship, then why flag normal celebrations and ignore the truly obnoxious stuff? Who cares if a player takes off his stupid helmet?????? Obviously if he throws it into the stands, it should be flagged. But whether he’s joyfully running across the field like Favre in that ancient Super Bowl footage or trying to argue with a ref, what does it matter if he takes off his helmet, for Pete’s sake? And what does it matter if a bunch of guys hug each other and fall to the ground?
    I want them to flag disrespectful idiots running around in fake Hall of Fame jackets or making fake marriage proposals to cheerleaders or pulling cell phones out of the goalposts. Guys should be flagged if they spike a ball in an opponent’s face and especially if they stop and walk into the end zone or stop short and just lay the ball on the other side of the goal line or obnoxious showboat things like that.
    Actually, in those cases, I’d trade the penalty flag to see a big ol’ defensive end from the opposing team have permission to walk over and lay out the jerk with one good punch to the jaw. Seeing the guy with his jaw wired shut for the next few weeks would be an excellent way to teach kids what can happen when you’re an arrogant jackass.

  39. allthrees says: Oct 13, 2010 11:03 PM

    I hate the cowboys but damn the NFL sucks and they are gonna run this monopoly into the ground…………thats why the AFL was better and had to bring them into the NFL…………wheres the next USFL at?

  40. JasonJones says: Oct 13, 2010 11:23 PM

    The Cowboys would’ve lost anyways. Without the penalty, the Titans would have had three extra drives to try and break the tie (assuming you attribute the kickoff return to the penalty).

  41. east96street. says: Oct 13, 2010 11:41 PM

    Three points – 1) If this was called on any other player from any other NFC East team, the Cowboys whole staff and their fans would be lecturing us on how the rule “protects the integrity of the game” and how “players need to know the rules”. The hypocrisy coming from these assclowns who pose and dance after every tackle and every play even when they are losing is breathtaking. 2) What’s Dallas’ excuse for the other 99.5% of the game? 3) 1-3 indicates far bigger problems than one call that you feel didn’t go your way.

  42. JAG880 says: Oct 13, 2010 11:51 PM

    How many penalties are actually on purpose.

  43. ryanrico says: Oct 14, 2010 12:20 AM

    That’s interesting…I watched that game, and as I recall, I thought Columbo was flagged for spiking the ball after Witten handed it to him following his touchdown catch.
    Are we talking about the same play? He was flagged on that one for coordinated celebration.

  44. piemaster says: Oct 14, 2010 1:40 AM

    I agree that if the rule is black and white then you have to stick to it. Not only is ‘common sense inconsistent’ but it has too many grey areas.
    *However* I see no reason why there has to be a rule there at all? Why on earth are there so many rules covering TD celebrations?

  45. PatricktheDookie says: Oct 14, 2010 1:49 AM

    The guys who make these rules are not grounded in reality. There’s no other explanation.

  46. DaMayan says: Oct 14, 2010 1:51 AM

    Players should learn just point to the sky when they fall now. Because going down and making a prayer is strangley enough not a foul…

  47. russrpm says: Oct 14, 2010 3:10 AM

    I have no problem with the rule if it is going to be called the same way in every game. (If I had been Columbo, I would have claimed to be falling to the ground in religious extasy like all the others who kneel in the end zone each week with no flag thrown.)

  48. bad asset says: Oct 14, 2010 3:21 AM

    The main problem with going to the ground is that sooner or later a player will dry hump the end zone as part of a celebration, which of course would result in a congessional hearing to discern the NFL’s responsibility to promote abstinence.

  49. Kevin from Philly says: Oct 14, 2010 3:57 AM

    You know, twenty years ago, the Cowboys did stupid things like take coke and hang with hookers. Now they just commit stupid penalties. I guess that’s progress. But they still suck.

  50. We need linemen says: Oct 14, 2010 4:53 AM

    “We can’t judge intent,” Johnson said.
    “OK. Better take intentional grounding out of the rule book then.”

  51. Fan says: Oct 14, 2010 6:36 AM

    No one reads these, but so what. I can’t think of anything more absurd than having a game turn on a 300 lb man tripping and falling down. And this moron has the stupidity to get into “intent.”
    I’ m sorry. There is no justification on this earth that makes sense here. This guy should be fired.

  52. Other Bears says: Oct 14, 2010 7:59 AM

    Kegowhiskey says:
    October 13, 2010 8:37 PM
    Hope that ref drops his lighter (or insert any other object) in his car, leans over to pick it up and inadvertently cross the line into the next lane while not hitting or coming close to anyone, then get arrested for reckless driving or driving without due care and attention. Just because you CAN do something, doesn’t mean you SHOULD do something.
    ——————————
    Are you completely stupid? Someone who leans over to pick up something in their car while it’s in motion SHOULD be arrested for reckless driving. It’s stupid and it’s illegal. So are you saying that Braylon Edwards shouldn’t have been arrested for a DUI because he didn’t come close to hurting someone – even though he was twice as drunk as Donte Stallworth? Where’s your common sense?

  53. Paper Lions says: Oct 14, 2010 8:08 AM

    So the explanation is “we know we have a dumb rule, but that dumb rule is black and white and we are going to continue to apply that dumb rule consistently”?

  54. Ridge_Runner says: Oct 14, 2010 10:39 AM

    andyprough says:
    Hockey and basketball don’t get near the viewers, but their playoffs are way more exciting than NFL regular season or playoff games
    Give me a break. Hockey is not anywhere as exciting as football at any time, and this is coming from a Canadian. Half the teams in the NHL make the “playoffs” and they take almost as long as the entire NFL season. If it is so “exciting”, why does Bettman want to make bigger nets, eliminate the blue line and make icing the puck a legal tactic while continuing to allow allegedly grown men punch each other out WWE-style week after week?
    Bottom line? Hockey sucks, and the “Superbowl Shuffle”, Asso Holo, T. “Me First!” O. and the rest of the dimwit showboaters looking for the limelight for catching a freaking ball do absolutely nothing to improve my enjoyment of the NFL experience. I watch football to watch football, not so see some 320 lbs fatass fail miserably at doing his best impression of an olympic gymnast, or some egotistical jagoff flaunt the rules while pulling some stupid stunt that has nothing to do with the game itself.

  55. drbob1117 says: Oct 14, 2010 11:06 AM

    The Commish likes to say that the fans don’t like the end zone celebrations. I don’t know what fans he’s interviewing ( probably old insurance salesmen from Ames, Iowa or someplace.); but I’ve always found them amusing. What I do find to be unsportsmanlike is what happens with the FG attaempts. You know, when the guy is about to kick the game winning FG and the other coach calls timeout a split second before the snap, so that the guy usually has to kick the same FG twice? That’s more unsportsmanlike than any dance or choreograhy I’ve ever seen , yet Goodell’s fine with it. Roger, next time you tell people you have the support of the fans, you might actually want to listen to them.

  56. manofaiki says: Oct 14, 2010 4:28 PM

    O REALLY?
    Really?
    Falling or getting knocked to the ground is an instant flag?
    Then perhaps the VP of Officiating could explain why I’ve seen PLENTY of players knocked, thrown, pushed, etc. to the ground during TD celebrations the past decade or so with no flags thrown?
    Hell just last year I clearly remember Marion Barber III being shoved to the ground flat on his back by Flozell Adams after Barber scored on a short TD run against the Redskins.
    No flag.
    Look, all we’re asking for here is some consistency. Is that too much?

  57. chestergunn says: Oct 14, 2010 5:01 PM

    Think about it for a moment—-the NFL is an $8,000,000 a year industry run by old rich guys. They employ barely literate college dropouts that can mostly only do one thing with any kind of skill, play their position. The employees take in around 60% of the 8 billion and spend it on mansions, booze, fast cars and faster women. The only way to keep these guys in line is to enforce a myriad of mind-bending rules that take back some of the 8 billion and cause them to toe an ever skinnier line that forces the players to act like corporate robots.
    The owners must wake up every day pondering ways to turn the 60/40 split around and send the players and their union back to the dark ages. If it means fining players for having black tape on their socks instead of white, or dancing on the ground after touchdowns or sending photos of their manhood to woman they are going to do it.

  58. ftomeo says: Oct 14, 2010 6:41 PM

    “Please go back to high school so you can be taught about the physics of momentum. Someone that big is doing exactly what you explain, trying to protect his head and neck by letting his momentum carry him backwards so the head and neck aren’t impacted by the fall. You fail. ”
    From a limp, little chest bump. No f’ing way. You fail physics.
    And again, the pick into triple coverage, the coverage on the return, and many other problems caused the game to be lost. And again, why is Witten passing balls to other players to spike, why is a fat ass who doesn’t score running around like Gus Frerotte trying to leap and do chestbumps and celebrations… when you aren’t even winning yet? Just shut the f up and win the game. Bitch about your own team’s poor play.

  59. Kegowhiskey says: Oct 14, 2010 8:25 PM

    Other Bears says:
    October 14, 2010 7:59 AM
    Are you completely stupid? Someone who leans over to pick up something in their car while it’s in motion SHOULD be arrested for reckless driving. It’s stupid and it’s illegal. So are you saying that Braylon Edwards shouldn’t have been arrested for a DUI because he didn’t come close to hurting someone – even though he was twice as drunk as Donte Stallworth? Where’s your common sense?
    ————————————
    Kegowhiskey says:
    October 13, 2010 8:37 PM
    Hope that ref drops his lighter (or insert any other object) in his car, leans over to pick it up and inadvertently cross the line into the next lane while not hitting or coming close to anyone, then get arrested for reckless driving or driving without due care and attention. Just because you CAN do something, doesn’t mean you SHOULD do something.
    ————————————-
    In missing my point, you actually reenforced it. The point was to not take everything so literally as you did with the driving analogy and the ref did with throwing the flag. Sure, you can nit pick the analogy and take it out of context, but the point is everyone – in these cases the cop and ref – should be able to look at all facets and then make an intelligent decision. Remember, there really is gray in between black and white, and we do a disservice by not seeing it.

  60. suredeathxxx says: Oct 20, 2010 3:41 AM

    These games are rigged. The NFL uses its refs to control football games.
    Roger Goodell camped out in New Orleans for over 16 months doing something. He vowed the NFL will do all it can to help New Orleans. Although I didn’t see any food drives I did see a superbowl. What else can the commissioner do? He only has authority over the refs who happen to be the ones controlling the games.
    I look for a Kansas City vs Rams superbowl because they are 2 of the most struggling franchises.
    Or the eagles since they never been
    Or a repeat since Roger Goodell promised
    Or the Jets because Goodell knows they owe them one or they will tell everything about spygate that they have been holding back.
    Notice the charge against Farve surfaced before Jets game? Randy Moss from Pats? The smoke cleared when Farve threw int.
    The NFL is like wrestling fake and rigged

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