posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 06:17 PM
Here's the deal. If the Packers hadn't wanted the game to rest on a single play, they should have scored more points, then one bad call wouldn't
have mattered in the least. Instead, they made themselves vulnerable. A bad call can happen on ANY play, as it did on there three drives earlier in
the game--bad call after bad call--all in the Packer's favor.
How about the one where the Hawks, probably Browner, got called for pass interference to extend the Packers touchdown drive. That was just as horrible
a call and the Packers would have to punt the ball and not score on that drive. After watching the refs keep all three Packers scoring drives alive
with blown calls, I don't feel the least bit bad about getting a win on another blown call, no. If the refs had gotten just one of those three blown
calls right rather than artificially extending all three Packers scoring drives, that ending would have never happened. The final score would have
been 7-0 Seahawks or at most, 7-3.
And, of course, there was the Packer's non-goal against the Seahawks in the Super Bowl. Quit whining about the refs. They're bad for the Hawks, bad
for the Packers, bad for the NFL. Everybody gets a dose of the bad. Kind of like life.
It's called poetic justice. Karma. What goes around comes around. Suck it up and stay classy.