The Super Bowl was more than just luck and talent it seems. This year, like years in the past, it was also likely rigged and orchestrated by the NFL and team managers, according to insider knowledge.
Brian Tuohy, sports industry insider and author of The Fix Is In: The Showbiz Manipulations of the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and NASCAR, has researched the history of illegal rigging and manipulation of professional sports and has uncovered FBI files on the subject that exposes corrupt game fixing by team managers, owners, Mafia, referees and athletes.
He broke down some of the incidences in the 2013 Super Bowl XLVII that were too coincidental to be coincidences or luck.
Tuohy stated exclusively to Truthquake about how the game was likely fixed because there was too much of a gap between the Ravens and 49ers points for the NFL’s liking: “There was one thing I didn’t recall when I posted that bit on my site [referring to the excerpt below].
“I completely forgot about the Ravens unnecessary fake field goal attempt. They were up 14-3 at the time, and would’ve gone up by two touchdowns if they attempted and made the chip shot kick.
“Instead they did a direct snap to the kicker who would’ve had to gain nine yards for the 1st down. That seemed intentional to keep the game from getting out of hand.”
Tuohy expanded on how the Super Bowl was likely a manipulated game on his website TheFixIsIn.net under the article “The Superduper Bowl” referring to the NFL suing a man over trademarking “Superduper:”
Where to begin?
The NFL began the year with replacement referees, and it apparently wanted to end the season the same way. Why was Jerome Boger named to be the head referee? And did he know that he and his cohorts could actually throw penalty flags? Never mind the Ravens Cary Williams shoving the head linesman should have led to an immediate ejection; there were only seven flags in the whole game. Just one pass interference (strangely enough on the 49ers DB Chris Culliver, he of the anti-gay remarks), and not one holding penalty. Not one. None on Jacoby Jones’ 108-yard kickoff return for a TD, none on the “safety” by the Ravens punter, none during the 49ers fourth down pass play, none anywhere…except, you know, if you actually saw any of these plays. Like Jim Harbaugh, who publicly complained about the officiating, but has not been fined for these comments.
Then there was the blackout. Somehow the extended halftime didn’t derail the Ravens momentum, but a record-tying kickoff return for a TD (to make the score 28-6) and a 35-minute power delay did. The game changed on a dime the moment the lights went out in New Orleans. No one knows why this happened, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell apparently didn’t care it was going on. But there’s no way the NFL could’ve orchestrated this themselves. Just so you know.
And while the 49ers play calling could (and should) be called into question – especially when inside the Ravens’ 10-yard line with less than two minutes to play – perhaps the team’s preparations should be questioned as well. See the video here? Where the team’s top stars are heading to the strip club, just to “relax?” Yeah, maybe that wasn’t the best pre-game ritual.
And lastly. Apparently the NFL wants fans to think of Ray Lewis as a perfect spokesman for the league. The guy who admittedly was involved in an unsolved, double-homicide – but who has since found God, but not enough God to relieve the anguish of the victims’ families by apologizing or saying anything more about that night – and who uses PEDs. And cries. A lot. As if he might have some sort of emotional problem from repetitive head injuries.
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