• 周二. 1月 25th, 2022
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Night net null There's a conspiracy theory floating around that the refs are out to get the Patriots, and tight end Rob Gronkowski seems to be on board with some of it.CBS Boston tweeted out a link with an opinion piece with had the headline "Night net ‘Absolutely’ Targeting Gronkowski." The article focuses on the fact Gronkowski has been called on some controversial offensive pass interference penalties. The Pats tight end tweeted his response: Agree https://t.co/E3aWNGE548— Rob Gronkowski (@RobGronkowski) December 1, 2015STEELE: T

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his Night net season is terrible all over | Night net's most controversial calls, ever Here's a sample of the article: There have been five accepted offensive pass interference calls on Gronk this season, which leads the Night net. He has more OPI flags thrown on him this season than 30 other Night net teams overall. Really, it’s getting a little silly.Others believe there is a greater conspiracy at play than just OPIs on Gronk. ESPN's Skip Bayless said on Monday's episode of "First Take", "My final score for [Patriots-Broncos] was Refs 30, Tom Brady 24."IYER: Night net can't figure out how to punish officials, let alone fix them CBS analyst Boomer Esiason said, “It seemed like the entire fourth quarter there was a yellow flag on the field. And when it was thrown, it was against the Patriots. The whole thing was spiraling out of control.”The controversial calls in the fourth quarter included two offensive pass interference plays on Gronkowski, a no-call for running into the kicker when contact was made on the New England punter and a controversial holding call on Patrick Chung against Demaryius Thomas in the end zone that set up a touchdown.Appearing on WEEI earlier this week, Brady said there were a lot of calls against the Pats."We didn't get many last night. I don't know why or why not. You think they're looking at it, and they probably are," Brady said. "Sometimes officials miss it too, I totally understand that."Despite people calling it unfair officiating, Denver was actually called for more penalties. The Broncos had six penalties for 46 yards compared to the Patriots' five for 47. New England's just happened during crucial parts of the game.

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