Ed Hochuli is the Ref for AFC Championship Game?

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    Ed Hochuli is the Ref for AFC Championship Game?

    Oh boy this should be more Reality TV at its finest.......

    Last 7 games Ed was the Ref for Denver, the Broncos are 7-0.

    Last 7 games Ed was the Ref for NE, the Patriots are 3-4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frankdracman23 View Post
    Oh boy this should be more Reality TV at its finest.......

    Last 7 games Ed was the Ref for Denver, the Broncos are 7-0.

    Last 7 games Ed was the Ref for NE, the Patriots are 3-4.
    Unless Ed can play QB for the Broncos, it ain't gonna matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spindoc View Post
    Unless Ed can play QB for the Broncos, it ain't gonna matter.
    Word. He's gonna have to try hard to cover for a shot arm. Nature takes its course this weekend.

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    What's the over/under on ol' Ed being sleeveless for the game. Snows out, guns out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKY Bandit View Post
    What's the over/under on ol' Ed being sleeveless for the game. Snows out, guns out?
    Recently Ed's guns look more like pop guns to me. I say he covers up.

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    The "Ochocinco" of the zebras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankdracman23 View Post
    Oh boy this should be more Reality TV at its finest.......

    Last 7 games Ed was the Ref for Denver, the Broncos are 7-0.

    Last 7 games Ed was the Ref for NE, the Patriots are 3-4.
    correlation but not causation

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankdracman23 View Post
    Oh boy this should be more Reality TV at its finest.......

    Last 7 games Ed was the Ref for Denver, the Broncos are 7-0.

    Last 7 games Ed was the Ref for NE, the Patriots are 3-4.
    No home cooking for the Pats?

    Somebody told me recently that blocking the gunners out of bounds was a penalty. The only time I've seen it called was @ Foxboro against the visiting team. Talk about home cooking. Been watching football at all levels for 55 years, you can't tell me it has only happened one time in that span. If it is a penalty, why don't they throw the flag or enforce it?

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    Any truth that the Broncos have petitioned the NFL to have Ed do the Super Bowl???

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    Clete Blakeman is the Super Bowl ref. He was the one who had the GB vs Ariz game when he did not flip the coin.

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    I'm sure he's practiced since then

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggclfan View Post
    Any truth that the Broncos have petitioned the NFL to have Ed do the Super Bowl???
    New England benefited from penalties in AFC Championship game from pass interference, unsportsmanlike conduct to challenged replays so the refs poor calls did not GIVE the game to Denver. The decisions by Belichick to go on 4th downs turned out to be the thing that beat them. Denver's defensive line came into the game rated #1 and proved they deserved it on Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsaholic Mamaw View Post
    New England benefited from penalties in AFC Championship game from pass interference, unsportsmanlike conduct to challenged replays so the refs poor calls did not GIVE the game to Denver. The decisions by Belichick to go on 4th downs turned out to be the thing that beat them. Denver's defensive line came into the game rated #1 and proved they deserved it on Sunday.
    That little extra point gaffe didn't help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nkypete View Post
    The "Ochocinco" of the zebras.
    In case you were wondering what I meant by that comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spindoc View Post
    That little extra point gaffe didn't help.
    True, but Belichick " The All Knowing One" ,to quote the Knight Crusader from Indiana Jones chose poorly in this one.

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