And they had 3 MORE attempts to run the ball into the end zone, and 2 TIMEOUTS left. Look up the rules of NFL football. It allows for bumping and shoving for the first 5 yards, The_Solution!<quoted text>
They did run James on first down on the final drive. Why can't I mention that play??? There is no reason not to mention that play. Also when the ravens were taking the safety there was the most blatant hold right in front of the ref that was not called. That was the most egregious no call.
If you are also going to complain about a hold, in front of the ref, on a safety that was conceded by the Ravens, of which likely would have either wound up having the Ravens get the ball back AGAIN, at half the distance they were at before they conceded the safety, which would allow them to do the SAME thing the next play, or for the penalty to be assessed on the safety punt, which, let's say it backs up Baltimore's safety kick back 10 yards, with just 4 seconds left in the game, you tell me how that makes a difference, The_Solution...it doesn't make a difference to me.
What WOULD have made a difference is if the San Francisco 49ers RAN THE BALL 4 TIMES into that end zone, with such a small amount of time left for Baltimore to try to come back and either score the tying or WINNING field goal, with maybe 20 seconds left, by the time they got the ball back. The FACT that San Francisco DIDN'T do that, is on them, and them only...not the referees!
Just deal with THAT fact!