After the chaotic ending of yesterday’s Steeler game, I read this:
Pretty suspect when one terribly wrong call, one that could have been easily reversed and wasn’t, ends up winning so much money for the casinos/bookies. Add to that the fact that the Steelers were penalized 13 times vs. 2 penalties for SD, and I think the whole game looks like it was obviously fixed.
I’m now curious what the line was for SD/DEN earlier in the year when Ed Hochuli blew the fumble call on Cutler, and how many people lost money on that game. Also, BAL/TEN, when Terrell Suggs phantom roughing the passer call ended up with the Titans driving for the winning score.
Hell, even the Steelers/Seahawks Super Bowl had some very questionable calls in it that definitely contributed to the final margin of victory (I will not concede that Seattle would have won the game).
At the very least, this issue should be investigated.