New catch rule passes unanimously

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The NFL has a new rule on what constitutes a catch.

The much-derided catch rule was unanimously changed today, with all 32 teams voting for the rule that has been hammered out by the competition committee with input from players, coaches and officials.

The new rule says that a ball is caught when the player has control, two feet or another body part down, and makes a football move such as a third step or reaching the ball toward the line to gain, or has the ball long enough to make such a move.

Under the new rule, controversial incompletions like the Dez Bryant play against the Packers and the Jesse James play against the Patriots would have been complete passes, rather than the incompletions they were ruled under the old rule.

There will still be some controversial rulings on close calls, but the NFL thinks the new rule will result in fewer controversies than the old rule. After a season in which officiating controversies often overshadowed the play on the field, that would be a step in the right direction.

78 responses to “New catch rule passes unanimously

  1. Seattle and Oakland- Las Vegas coaches don’t want instant replay- period. Good idea to speed up the game. Don’t use it for these teams…cause they won’t mind getting burned by bad calls…cause it’s part of the game.

  2. You should have to maintain possession. I agree with the old rule. Hold on to the ball if you want credit for the catch.

    This is just one more change to help the offense. And push the wussification of modern football.

    If you lose the ball after you hit the ground, tough. Learn to hold it no matter what. That’s real football.

  3. Why would the Dez play have been complete under these rules? Are they now saying it’s OK to lose control and bobble the ball after making contact with the ground? That’s now OK? I don’t get it.

  4. Whether it leads to more replays, or fewer, isn’t the point. It’s the controversy that follows that’s been a problem. And I’m guessing there will be fewer controversies where most objective observers are left wondering how a catch wasn’t a catch.

  5. stellarperformance says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:30 pm

    Why would the Dez play have been complete under these rules? Are they now saying it’s OK to lose control and bobble the ball after making contact with the ground? That’s now OK? I don’t get it.

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    Bryant caught the ball, switched hands, and reached for the endzone all while taking an additional step.

  6. Ya but thing with Clement is he had control the whole time, he just moved the ball in his arms after he already had taken 2 steps in the end zone. Movement doesn’t deem a loss of control.

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    tb12greatest says:

    March 27, 2018 at 12:20 pm

    The NFL already used this rule for the corey clement “TD” in the super bowl instead of rule they used in the regular season.

  7. Why would the Dez play have been complete under these rules? Are they now saying it’s OK to lose control and bobble the ball after making contact with the ground? That’s now OK? I don’t get it.
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    Under the new rule, Dez transitioned from catching the ball to running with the ball. The fumble occurred after he became a runner. Since you can recover your own fumble, Cowboys retain posession. Simple.

  8. imadirtyskunk says: “It was a lot more fun before the NFL started messing around with rules.”
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    The pre-2000 “Bert Emanuel” Catch rule was that any part of the football touching the turf was automatically ruled INCOMPLETE. Really, is that what you want to go back to?

    Those Dez Bryant and Jesse James plays referenced in this article would have been ruled INCOMPLETE in any football era up to 2000.

  9. Common sense prevailed.

    We were at the point where “on-field attorneys” were about to be required on controversial plays.

    Another thought: Could the new XFL have pressured this decision? We’ll never know…

  10. “baltimoresnativeson says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:27 pm
    You should have to maintain possession. I agree with the old rule. Hold on to the ball if you want credit for the catch.

    This is just one more change to help the offense. And push the wussification of modern football.

    If you lose the ball after you hit the ground, tough. Learn to hold it no matter what. That’s real football.”
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    That sounds great but they don’t even give them a catch when they have possession. You have to make a football move, get x amount of body parts down and recited the alphabet backwards.
    Want a simpler solution. You complete the act of a catch when you have clear possession. Period. Everything that happens after you have possession, determines the outcome of the play, not whether it was a catch. If you have clear possession and don’t survive the ground, it’s a fumble. If you have clear possession but only get one foot inbounds, it’s out of bounds. If you have clear possession – you should have a catch.

  11. stellarperformance says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:30 pm

    Why would the Dez play have been complete under these rules? Are they now saying it’s OK to lose control and bobble the ball after making contact with the ground? That’s now OK? I don’t get it.
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    I know it’s hard for you to understand, but the rule states that you caught the ball if you have control with two feet down and then take another step. If you have the ball in your hands, take three steps, dive for the end zone, and the ball gets jostled as you hit the ground, it’s a catch. Do you need the guy to have the ball in his possession all the way to the locker room before you consider it a catch?

  12. Corey Clements’s ‘TD’ is incomplete under the old and new rule. Why? He was bobbling it and possession was established only after he could not get his second foot down in-bounds. Bryant, James, and Ertz were all in field-of-play and the new rule affects that aspect only. Pats were jobbed on Clements’s TD.

  13. The whole “football move” BS is stupid. That will continue the controversies. If the dude has the ball in his hands and his feet in bounds he caught the freaking ball.

  14. This will fix a handful of examples in recent memory, create a new set of controversial catches that decide critical games, and we’ll go through this all over again next offseason.

  15. I expect to see some receivers being careless and treating the whole field as if they were in the endzone, with the play being dead after the catch criteria is met.Sure,if you’re in the endzone you don’t have to survive the ground but in the field of of play I think there may be a lot of fumbles with the receiver bouncing back up thinking the ball is dead. You see that all the time with rookies thinking they are down untouched and the new catch rule may contribute to more boneheaded plays than usual.

  16. tb12greatest says:

    March 27, 2018 at 12:20 pm

    The NFL already used this rule for the corey clement “TD” in the super bowl instead of rule they used in the regular season.

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    Your tears are delicious.

    The World Champion Philadelphia Eagles

  17. yea, james and dez both should have been catches. The game moves fast and they knew they caught the ball and where trying to make that extra move. the clement catch is different, he moved the ball without losing control – so its a non issue. If you think that movement was a bobble then it should be incomplete. It wasn’t a bobble 🙂

  18. I can’t wait to see all those people clamoring for this rule change complaining once their team turns over the ball when their receiver is hit by a DB 1/4 second after their receiver gets his hands on the football.

  19. Gee, what a surprise they change the rules after teams like the Cowboys and Patriots were affected. You know that if these controversial catches had happened to teams like the Browns or the Bucs, there would have been no discussions or rule changes. NFL is just mad about the Patriots getting shafted by the NFL’s own rule. Time to change it!

  20. So they will change it again next year when this new “rule” is interpreted correctly to benefit the Pats.

  21. Yeah, I’m good until the “football move” thing. Unless it’s a bang-bang play where the guy is hit right when he catches it and loses the ball, I think establishing possession is one of those “we know it when we see it” things. It’s common sense, for the most part.

    This will still generate all kinds of problems where we’ll see endless super-slow-motion replays where we get to debate whether a football move was made.

  22. liftheavyorliftheavy says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:37 pm
    stellarperformance says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:30 pm

    Why would the Dez play have been complete under these rules? Are they now saying it’s OK to lose control and bobble the ball after making contact with the ground? That’s now OK? I don’t get it.

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    Bryant caught the ball, switched hands, and reached for the endzone all while taking an additional step.
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    Gravity is not a football move.

  23. Congratulations – they made it worse!

    Now, refs will have to hold their whistles on bang-bang catch and hit plays where the receiver loses possession of the football because we have to preserve the chance to recover the “fumble” and advance the football until in slow motion replay, some guy in NY can decide if the receiver executed a “football move”.

    You’re gonna see challenges from the offense arguing that the receiver did not complete the catch and therefore it should not be ruled a fumble.

  24. docsmith54 says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:45 pm

    Corey Clements’s ‘TD’ is incomplete under the old and new rule. Why? He was bobbling it and possession was established only after he could not get his second foot down in-bounds. Bryant, James, and Ertz were all in field-of-play and the new rule affects that aspect only. Pats were jobbed on Clements’s TD.
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    On dictionary.com, “bobble” is defined as a momentary fumbling or juggling of the ball. That implies that at some point the ball is not touching the player’s hands or body. Clements had both hands on the ball with control the entire time. If you want the rule to be that the ball doesn’t move in the slightest while it’s in both hands, nothing will be a catch.

  25. Not sure how I feel about this, now people can catch the ball going down and can then drop it instantly over the line as they hit the floor. I think you should have to survive the ground or maintain possession longer than that, I was fine with the Jesse James catch being incomplete.

    They should’ve kept the sentiment of the old rules but removed the grey area

  26. darthvincent says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:56 pm

    so now Dez’s catch was a fumble out of bounds in the end zone? OK. I’m fine with that.
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    You might want to go back and take a look at the play. As Bryant was reaching out for the end zone, his knee was down when the ball was on about the one-foot line, where the official marked it. In fact, Bryant never actually lost possession of the ball, as he rolled over and had the ball in his hands when he got up.

  27. “nhpats says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:57 pm
    I can’t wait to see all those people clamoring for this rule change complaining once their team turns over the ball when their receiver is hit by a DB 1/4 second after their receiver gets his hands on the football.”
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    If he has clear possession then it should be a fumble. Are you advocating for the silly checklist of rules to be reinstated?

  28. Finally!!!! A somewhat clear picture of what a catch is. I’m pretty sure this used to be the rule until they started getting way too technical with it.

  29. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:

    March 27, 2018 at 1:20 pm

    docsmith54 says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:45 pm

    Corey Clements’s ‘TD’ is incomplete under the old and new rule. Why? He was bobbling it and possession was established only after he could not get his second foot down in-bounds. Bryant, James, and Ertz were all in field-of-play and the new rule affects that aspect only. Pats were jobbed on Clements’s TD.
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    On dictionary.com, “bobble” is defined as a momentary fumbling or juggling of the ball. That implies that at some point the ball is not touching the player’s hands or body. Clements had both hands on the ball with control the entire time. If you want the rule to be that the ball doesn’t move in the slightest while it’s in both hands, nothing will be a catch.

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    That doesn’t “imply” that at all. Clement didn’t fully control the ball all the way thru the play in the strictest interpretation of the rule. But, in real time replay it looked like a TD and I don’t really have much of a problem with that. The Chris Hogan wax job on the last play though, that was kinda terrible.

    Eagles kicked the Pats around that game though, no doubt about that, tip of the cap to them.

  30. What about when a receiver makes a sideline catch with just his toes in bounds. Where is the chance for the football move to he made besides falling to the ground?

  31. Why do they have to be “reaching the ball toward the line to gain”? Why not just “reaching forward”?

    As I read this new rule, if the receiver brings the ball down two yards short of the first down marker, reaches forward to get the first down, and the ball comes loose, that’s a catch. But if he makes exactly the same play five yards further and is simply reaching forward to maximize the yardage (rather than make the “line to gain”), that’s NOT a catch.

    If that’s the case, then this rule has its own set of inconsistency problems.

  32. tvguy22 says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:53 pm
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    Your tears are delicious.

    The World Champion Philadelphia Eagles
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    Thanks,

    5X World Champion New England Patriots

  33. jman967 says:
    March 27, 2018 at 1:34 pm
    “nhpats says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:57 pm
    I can’t wait to see all those people clamoring for this rule change complaining once their team turns over the ball when their receiver is hit by a DB 1/4 second after their receiver gets his hands on the football.”
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    If he has clear possession then it should be a fumble. Are you advocating for the silly checklist of rules to be reinstated?

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    “Clear Possession” has always been at the heart of the issue. That is a subjective call.

    I am not advocating anything other than the refs apply the same judgement uniformly and consistently across the league for the entire season including the playoffs. But I do foresee many of those complaining about the rule as it exists, will be complaining when their favorite teams turn the ball over on bang-bang plays that would have previously been called incomplete.

  34. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    You might want to go back and take a look at the play. As Bryant was reaching out for the end zone, his knee was down when the ball was on about the one-foot line, where the official marked it. In fact, Bryant never actually lost possession of the ball, as he rolled over and had the ball in his hands when he got up.
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    I think you’re watching the wrong replay. He ACTUALLY DID lose possession, short of the endzone. The ground jarred the ball loose. That has NEVER been a catch (until now , I guess.) He doesn’t need to retain possession until he reaches the locker room, only until the whistle blows. He didn’t.

  35. the problem with this new rule is it allows the ground to become a third hand in catching the ball;

    Det Bryant put the ball on the ground directly upon heading to the ground, all in the same motion;

    if that is going to be allowed to be a ‘catch’ now, then football is further reduced to the bush league joke street clown level of the NBA, where players routinely dribble at their eyebrows, palm and carry the ball and all while they take more running steps than Forrest Gump;

  36. eaglerome says:

    yea, james and dez both should have been catches.
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    The entire competition committee agreed that Dez’s catch should have been good.

  37. Your Welcome,

    Current World Champion and 4X World Champion Philadelphia Eagles…PS you forgot the asterisk next to the 5 so i added it in 😉

    tb12greatest says:
    March 27, 2018 at 2:15 pm
    tvguy22 says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:53 pm
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    Your tears are delicious.

    The World Champion Philadelphia Eagles
    ___________________________________

    Thanks,

    5*X World Champion New England Patriots

  38. Michael E says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:45 pm
    The whole “football move” BS is stupid. That will continue the controversies. If the dude has the ball in his hands and his feet in bounds he caught the freaking ball.
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    So if a pass hits a player in both of his hands while he is standing with two feet on the ground, then it is a catch regardless if the ball falls to the ground or bounces in the air? Your version would result in blatant drops being called fumbles. This isn’t a black and white scenario, no matter how much you want it to be.

  39. Can you imagine if the owners had cited a catch by the Pats that should have been allowed?

    Wouldn’t have mattered if it was preseason we’d have 1256 Pat fans whining about how unfair the world is to them and claiming cheating is OK as long as it’s the Pats.

  40. How the heck can the Dez Bryant play EVER be a catch? He rolled over the ball with his body, and it came loose! It went into the air and he THEN regained control. That should NEVER be a catch.

  41. higheriqthanyou says:
    March 27, 2018 at 2:44 pm
    Can you imagine if the owners had cited a catch by the Pats that should have been allowed?

    Wouldn’t have mattered if it was preseason we’d have 1256 Pat fans whining about how unfair the world is to them and claiming cheating is OK as long as it’s the Pats.

    Instead we have whining about things that haven’t happened.

  42. the unanimous vote that Liz—er, Ditz, uh, Dezilu Bryant—made the catch is ENTIRELY financially motivated;

    the plain fact of the matter is Bryant USED THE GROUND to help make his “catch”, and that should NEVER EVER be legal;

  43. nhpats says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:57 pm

    I can’t wait to see all those people clamoring for this rule change complaining once their team turns over the ball when their receiver is hit by a DB 1/4 second after their receiver gets his hands on the football.
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    As usual, you don’t understand. If the ball pops out 1/4 second after getting both hands no the ball, it is not a catch. The receiver would not have made a football move or had the ball long enough to make such a move.

  44. rho1953 says:
    March 27, 2018 at 3:04 pm

    How the heck can the Dez Bryant play EVER be a catch? He rolled over the ball with his body, and it came loose! It went into the air and he THEN regained control. That should NEVER be a catch.
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    Maybe it’s because he caught the ball with both hands, had complete control of the ball while taking three steps, then switched the ball to one hand while he reached out toward the end zone. Only after the ball touched the ground did it come loose.

  45. jesse james should’ve got that score. patsie tears are delicious.

    6x world champion pittsburgh steelers hahahha

  46. silverhornet says:

    March 27, 2018 at 3:29 pm

    LOL at Pats’ fans upset over the Super Bowl referees. Oh the irony.

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    I don’t that word means what you think it means

  47. To think that the most obvious solution to all of this is just give the officials the power to call it the way they see it as it used to be and do away with all this replay crap is what bothers me. No matter how they tweak the rules regarding a catch and the review of it, there will always be controversies.
    I say give the game back to the officials and let it all even out in bad calls, which it always did in the past. If the officials have that power restored to them, they’ll become more confident and won’t have to worry about having their calls reversed. The result is they’ll be better officials, which is what we all want.
    These new rules will not eliminate controversy, only create new ones. So please give the game back to the officials and forget about this replay. I’ll be happy just to not have the game stopped for these long delays to review what we all saw happened in the first place!

  48. stellarperformance says:
    March 27, 2018 at 2:27 pm
    Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:

    You might want to go back and take a look at the play. As Bryant was reaching out for the end zone, his knee was down when the ball was on about the one-foot line, where the official marked it. In fact, Bryant never actually lost possession of the ball, as he rolled over and had the ball in his hands when he got up.
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    I think you’re watching the wrong replay. He ACTUALLY DID lose possession, short of the endzone. The ground jarred the ball loose. That has NEVER been a catch (until now , I guess.) He doesn’t need to retain possession until he reaches the locker room, only until the whistle blows. He didn’t.
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    My point was that he didn’t fumble it through the end zone as the first commenter claimed; he picked it up again in the end zone after it came loose from hitting the ground.

    The problem with Packer fans everywhere is that they only care about what happens when the ball touches the ground and ignore everything that happens before the ball touches the ground. Shouldn’t the fact that Bryant caught the ball with two hands, got both feet down, and then took a third step before switching the ball to one hand and maintaining control of it while diving for the end zone deserve some consideration in whether or not a catch was made? He wasn’t still trying to make the catch when he reached out for the end zone. The catch had been made, which is why he was able to reach for the end zone. All this new rule does is clarify when a receiver becomes a runner.

  49. jfmod says:
    March 27, 2018 at 3:34 pm
    Unanimous?

    So that means the packers admit Dez caught the ball!

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    1. He did not catch the ball under the old rule.
    2. No matter what happened in that game on that play, it didn’t hold a candle to what the scab officials did to the Packers when they beat the Seahawks by intercepting Russell Wilson’s pass on a Hail Mary, only to have the scab officials make the most ridiculous call in the history of the regular season by handing them the touchdown.
    3. Even if Bryant had scored that TD, the Cowboys would have lost anyway. They could not stop Aaron Rodgers and he had plenty of time to march down the field and beat them. I have no doubt he would have done that.
    4. The Cowboys shouldn’t have been there anyway. The week before an official who had partied with Jerruh Jones on his boat before the season picked up the ball after a penalty had been marched off against the Cowboys and put it back, all on his own!!!!! That handed the victory to the Cowboys over the Lions.
    5. So quit crying Cowboys fans. Besides, you know as well as the rest of us you’ll never win a championship with Jerruh Jones running things. He should have kept Jimmy Johnson and fired himself!!!

  50. The only people who think Dez’s catch wasn’t a catch wear green and gold tinted glasses. He took extra step and reached the ball out before it ever came lose.

    To be fair, the only people who think Jesse Jame’s catch wasn’t a can’t pronounce the “R” sound.

  51. tb12greatest says:
    March 27, 2018 at 12:20 pm
    The NFL already used this rule for the corey clement “TD” in the super bowl instead of rule they used in the regular season

    It’s over. You guys lost… you didn’t lose by the 4 (the points difference between a TD and a field goal if the play was overturned). You lost by 8 and that’s it. Patriots didn’t have the amazing comeback like they have in the past. Things happen, seriously stop whining.

  52. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    March 27, 2018 at 3:58 pm
    The problem with Packer fans everywhere is that they only care about what happens when the ball touches the ground………….

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    Yeah, do you know why? BECAUSE THAT WAS THE RULE!!

    I don’t care if they change it, but don’t try to tell me it was an incorrect call, because it wasn’t. Maybe next year it will be, but it wasn’t incorrect at the time it was called.

    As usual, you don’t understand.

  53. So if the player is falling after “completing” the catch and the ball is bobbled out of his hands with this new rule the play is now a catch and fumble???

    Is that the correct interpretation?

  54. stellarperformance says:
    March 27, 2018 at 4:54 pm
    Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    March 27, 2018 at 3:58 pm
    The problem with Packer fans everywhere is that they only care about what happens when the ball touches the ground………….

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    Yeah, do you know why? BECAUSE THAT WAS THE RULE!!

    I don’t care if they change it, but don’t try to tell me it was an incorrect call, because it wasn’t. Maybe next year it will be, but it wasn’t incorrect at the time it was called.

    As usual, you don’t understand.
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    You’re the ones who are arguing it still shouldn’t be a catch with the new rule. The new rule was put into place specifically because this non-catch was such a gross miscarriage of justice. No, he didn’t catch it according to the rules at the time. Those rules were stupid because everyone outside of Sheboygan knows that he caught that ball. Now they’ve changed the rules so that a catch is a catch.

  55. With all this arguing about whether Dez Bryant’s catch was a catch or not, let’s not lose sight of the fact that Green Bay winning that game allowed us all to be treated to the biggest conference championship game choke in history. They had a 12-point lead and the ball with five minutes left and we all enjoyed watching what happened after that.

  56. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    March 27, 2018 at 6:47 pm
    With all this arguing about whether Dez Bryant’s catch was a catch or not, let’s not lose sight of the fact that Green Bay winning that game allowed us all to be treated to the biggest conference championship game choke in history. They had a 12-point lead and the ball with five minutes left and we all enjoyed watching what happened after that.
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    Let’s not forget the Packers were underdogs, on the road, playing the defending SuperBowl Champions (if you’re a Viking fan, you’ll have to Google it.) Seattle wasn’t talentless. If you’re looking for the definition of NFL futility, look no further than your own Minnesota Vikings. They own the NFL record for postseason losses, including all pre-merger teams when only eight teams played. You’d think there would be a lot of repeat losers in that group. Nope, Vikings own it. But more than that…..they also own the NFL record for one-and-done postseason appearances. That takes the cake! If not for a fluky, lucky, play against a better Saints team, they would’ve added to that distinction and avoided the total annihilation laid on them by the Eagles.

    Pretenders. Always.

  57. nyneal says:
    March 27, 2018 at 4:03 pm
    jfmod says:

    March 27, 2018 at 3:34 pm
    Unanimous?

    So that means the packers admit Dez caught the ball!

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    1. He did not catch the ball under the old rule.
    2. No matter what happened in that game on that play, it didn’t hold a candle to what the scab officials did to the Packers when they beat the Seahawks by intercepting Russell Wilson’s pass on a Hail Mary, only to have the scab officials make the most ridiculous call in the history of the regular season by handing them the touchdown.
    3. Even if Bryant had scored that TD, the Cowboys would have lost anyway. They could not stop Aaron Rodgers and he had plenty of time to march down the field and beat them. I have no doubt he would have done that.
    4. The Cowboys shouldn’t have been there anyway. The week before an official who had partied with Jerruh Jones on his boat before the season picked up the ball after a penalty had been marched off against the Cowboys and put it back, all on his own!!!!! That handed the victory to the Cowboys over the Lions.
    5. So quit crying Cowboys fans. Besides, you know as well as the rest of us you’ll never win a championship with Jerruh Jones running things. He should have kept Jimmy Johnson and fired himself!!!

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    Wow – don’t hold back there nyneal.

    It was a joke BTW, but embrace your hatred, it will make you strong!

  58. stellarperformance says:
    March 27, 2018 at 7:37 pm

    Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    March 27, 2018 at 6:47 pm
    With all this arguing about whether Dez Bryant’s catch was a catch or not, let’s not lose sight of the fact that Green Bay winning that game allowed us all to be treated to the biggest conference championship game choke in history. They had a 12-point lead and the ball with five minutes left and we all enjoyed watching what happened after that.
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    Let’s not forget the Packers were underdogs, on the road, playing the defending SuperBowl Champions
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    I think when you have a 12-point lead and the ball with five minutes left, you’re no longer considered the underdog. The Packers would have won that game against any opponent in any stadium if they had done one of the following:

    1. Returned an interception for big yardage rather than taking a knee.
    2. Defended a Hail Mary 2-point conversion attempt
    3. Recovered an onside kick
    4. Gotten a first down

    Excuses. Always excuses.

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