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    Lets talk about this for a second. I have to say i was a bit shocked by what happened after the block. I have never heard of reviewing a play to call a penalty. I might be playing a little devil's advocate on this one and i dont know how the rule is written, but can coaches or the booth challenge a play if they see holding or pass interference that isn't called by the refs?

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    You can't challenge non-calls, with the exception of too many men on the playing field (to my knowledge). this isn't the first time I've seen it reviewed, but definitely the most game-changing. No excuse for whoever was at fault there.

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    • #3
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      We had quite a discussion about this in the chatroom when it happened.

      A coach cannot challenge a penalty (or the lack of a call). The lone exception to this rule is 12 men on the field. That IS reviewable

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      • #4
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        learn something new every day. Thanks

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        • #5
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          That's funny, when Bulgers on the field, there's only 10 men!
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          • #6
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            Originally posted by dgr828
            That's funny, when Bulgers on the field, there's only 10 men!
            I really am amzed you can take a thread that has nothing to do with marc bulger and somehow turn it into a bash thread. You sir deserve an award.

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            • #7
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              Originally posted by ScottD413
              We had quite a discussion about this in the chatroom when it happened.

              A coach cannot challenge a penalty (or the lack of a call). The lone exception to this rule is 12 men on the field. That IS reviewable
              I don't think the coach can challenge it...it is a booth review only so it is only a factor in the last 2mins of a half. That's at least what I gathered during my quick scan of the rulebook while watching the game and also chatting

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              • #8
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                I think this was the morale buster for the entire team. We played well until that happened. From there, we really fell apart.

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                • #9
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                  Dammit!!@!!!

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                  • #10
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                    This was the straw that broke the camel's back as far as momentum and inspiration goes. It truly was a game changer...

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                    • #11
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                      Originally posted by bradwill
                      I don't think the coach can challenge it...it is a booth review only so it is only a factor in the last 2mins of a half. That's at least what I gathered during my quick scan of the rulebook while watching the game and also chatting
                      I am pretty impressed that you can quick scan an 800 pg rule book

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                      • #12
                        Re: The Called Back TD

                        From the Super Bowl XLII play by play

                        3rd Quarter

                        4-2-NYG 44 (11:07)(Punt formation) 6-C.Hanson punts 31 yards to NYG 13, Center-66-L.Paxton. 25-R.McQuarters ran ob at NYG 14 for 1 yard. New England challenged the too many players on field ruling, and the play was REVERSED. (Punt formation) PENALTY on NYG-57-C.Blackburn, Illegal Substitution, 5 yards, enforced at NYG 44 - No Play.

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                        • #13
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                          I remember Belichick challenging too many men on the field before, and he was right. After that play the Patriots got 5 yards because the other team did have a guy running off the field when the ball was snapped.

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                          • #14
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                            I think the league should allow the Rams 12 men on the field at all times,when they put 11 out there nothing good happens add that extra guy and just like that a touchdown,maybe Spags can call the league office tommorrow and look into that.

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                            • #15
                              Re: The Called Back TD

                              Originally posted by dgr828
                              That's funny, when Bulgers on the field, there's only 10 men!
                              Lol hey at least you just made one man's day with that comment

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