Found February 08, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
Where it is understood scientifically by explanation through the plethora of elaborate research articles in libraries of how our eyes are always playing tricks on our brains–all the more reason of life as a human being is fun–there wasn’t much to complain about in the days when after a credible referee kept his hands down and life moved on. But then came along a handy video camera, invented by mankind to watch what was recorded for their viewing pleasures, or in this case, a heinous one. After the instant replay was implemented for use in the NFL in 1986, life didn’t just move on but it slowed down–to review the dubious and controversial plays that went down in history. The replay of a light-as-feather tussle between Jimmy Smith and Michael Crabtree at the goal line on 4th down is still under overweight scrutiny. Why? According to Brad Gagnon of Sportsradiointerviews.com, the Ravens corner back says that he didn’t get away with holding.   “No. … If you look at the play closely, you ...
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