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Jefferey got screwed most of the game.
The OPI in the endzone was an absolutely putrid call. The defender grabbed his jersey.
Complete bs! Im so pissed off
Most of them were like that, same as the one down the sideline that they called on him
Oh BS. Jefferey was constantly pushing off. The missed PI on Shields was just an offset of when they didn't call Jeffery after pulling Shields to the ground by the facemask.
NFC North Champs, bishes. 6 in a row.
And the late hit on Peppers. And the DPI in the endzone. And the missed DPI on Shields on that 4th down.
You aren't biased or anything, and you can say the same about me, but Fish really isn't
Every time they called something on Jefferey he was being held at the very least
Jefferey didn't do anything more than WR's normally do in the NFL. He must've said something to piss the refs off or something.
Yeah that late hit was awful
Exactly, and like I said, the contact from Shields every time was as bad or worse
And usually when there's contact both ways its at least a no call and more likely a DPI. I had no rooting interest in this game and am livid right now.
My biggest complaint was that they all seemed to happen after momentous plays: a catch by the bears or a failed 3rd down by the Packers.
Yeah I am not in the conspiracy business, but I will say those refs were not good. Chicago's offense was not good either, but they definitely were not helped by bad calls.
He didn't whip shields to the ground by the facemask and push off a lot? what game were you watching?
The missed a blatant call on both sides today. The rest were pretty legit penalties.
They're 1-5 since they've gotten into the difficult part of their schedule. It's not the refs, the bears are not a very good football team.
You have one gripe, that whip, which if you watched, again Shields was holding him there. Everytime Shields was all over him
how was he holding him from the ground? Shields got called for the penalty and they completely missed the OPI on it.
Jeffery pushed off all day. It happens, and hand fighting is to be expected, but Jeffery is obvious about it.
He wasn't holding from the ground, he was holding Jefferey's jersey before the fact. That is how. Shields was pretty obvious about mauling Jefferey too. Was that seven yard reception where Jefferey didn't even put a hand on him obvious too?
No as obvious as the one 30+ yards down the sideline.
Whatever you have to tell yourself yo make yourself feel better, I mean your team won and you are still crying about something, I don't get it, but whatever floats your boat.
Not crying at all. I'm loving the excuses from Bears fans. Blame the refs, it's easier than admitting the Packers are the far superior team.
You must have missed the part where I said the Bears' offense was not good either, just said it was not helped along by the refs when they were making favorable Packer calls. But you sure do seem to be pretty butthurt that a non fan of either team even noticed it
Yeah, Fish may have brought up 2 calls that were legitimately bad. DUDE THE REFS TOTALLY SCREWED US!!!
I grow tired of Bears fans and fans of other bad teams claiming the Packers get favorable treatment by the officials.
Anywho, let's be friends again. Here's some boobs.
This post was edited by JWolf0074 16 months ago
I'm always your friend...
I don't disagree, but they stubbed their own toes several times as well.
To me, the biggest difference between the teams is the QB....one just has that 'champion' gene, the other doesn't
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