Found September 17, 2012 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
Even though the result of the night game never seemed in doubt, yesterday was a tremendously exciting Sunday. There deserves to be many long screeds written about the ineptitude of the scab referees and every single one of those will be written. And then a bunch more will be written on top of that. But part of me appreciate the chaos of the scab ref situation. Yes, I want the situation rectified as soon as everyone else does, but in the meantime, it almost makes the games MORE exciting because no one has any idea what to expect. Basic rules long taken as a given are completed disregarded. It can be frustrating, but it can also be amazing to watch. If anything, it turns players and coaches into clueless assholes like us. They are struck dumb by the unruliness of the situation. Please being the real refs back as soon as possible. In the meantime, enjoy the scab refs for the anarchy they provide us. The NFL is a rigid, painstakingly plotted landscape of rules. When those rules are ar...
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