Monday, November 9, 2009
Okay, everybody's making a big deal about Chad Ochocinco bribing an official, and yeah, it was funny. But what about the lousy call that preceded said bribe?
In case you missed it...
Ochocinco caught the pass near the sideline, inbounds, and was correctly credited with a catch.
Play overturned. Incomplete pass. Bengals punt. Ravens keep alive slim chance of winning. I punched my nephew until he fell asleep.
For those who didn't miss it (and subsequently disagree with me)...
Yes, the pass was a complete. Watch for yourself (pay attention at the 0:21 mark):
Left foot down, right foot...down. And it was down. His heel hit inbounds before his toes came down out of bounds-----and the moment his heel touched down in the field of play it was a completed pass.
Think of it in terms of a tippy-toed, tight-roping sideline catch...
I ask you: Do WRs in those situations get 100 percent of both feet down inbounds? Of course not. Only the tips of their toes land in bounds, while the rest of their body (including the rest of their feet) crash down out of bounds. Okay...so what's the difference? I rest my case
1. I love being right.
2. Why am I the only living human being to mention this?
3. The referee who overturned this call should get suspended for, among other things, being a jackass.
Keep the change, you filthy animals.
-Brad Spieser (Brad@TwinKilling.com)
Posted by Twin Killing dot Com at 3:54 PM