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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 8, 2019.
That was a bigger call! Brees cost the saints the game
If I were a saints fan I'd just stop giving the NFL my money
Someone in the know explain this PI Challenge rule like I'm 5.
I thought the coach could challenge any PI or PI no-call. I was in and out so did the Saints not have a challenge left?
It was overtime so I'm sure it was the nonsense about booth review only, no coaches
Last play of the game, so under 2 minutes. Has to come from NY.
I’m sure someone can post a video but Rudolph extended his arm into the chest of the defender. There’s a reaction to the push so it could have been called.
I said before I’ve seen worse, so I’m ok with the no call and based on the PI reviews to this point, I don’t think it gets reversed anyway.
That's how normal challenges are handled. I thought this new rule was anytime.
That being the case, the play which led to the rule wouldn't have helped the Saints last year either.
It wasn't blatant, for sure.
But no doubt there's a double standard cause a little offsides is going to be enforced the same as a guy two steps across.
I think the NFL should put in a rule that if a player is knocked out of the game on a helmet to helmet or blindside block, etc.... the player that made the hit should be out of the game for as long as the guy in concussion protocol. Even if it goes into future games.
I liked that no call PI at the end of the Saints game. When the Vikings player put his hand out and pushed/touch the saints cb, the cb just stopped, probably expecting he was get bailed out with a flag. I'm tired of these NFL players looking around every play for a damn flag instead of just preforming. He had the opportunity to defend against that pass that loss is on him.