NFL coaches can challenge a pass-interference call, but they should not expect it to take them anywhere. Houston Texan head coach Bill O'Brien learned that on Sunday it was difficult to challenge an obvious pass phrase that had not been challenged at the Baltimore Ravens.
I know you probably don don't care, but because they didn't undo this obvious passport clutter (in a game I don't care who wins), I turn off the game and hide on my DVR Recordings. I'm watching tonight's highlights at the SportsCenter (which I'm anchoring). pic.twitter.com/9VnVvwh9rv
– Bucci Mane (@Buccigross) November 17, 2019
Pass failures every day of the week – except on Sundays, apparently. Because the referees on the field did not call it. And when O'Brien complained about the call, he was not revealed during the review. Maybe after the match, the referees and the referee can show us all what a pass sentence from their point of view is because it obviously differs from all of us.
The pass-failing was so obvious, and the re-test The call was so annoyed that half an hour after Twitter's review, there was a tendency for "pass interference". Click on this trend topic and you will get to tweets like this one. Man, I'm a Ravens fan, but that was clearly a nuisance, come on @NFL You can not be serious. Fix your Refs man ….
– Thicc Daddy Tank 69 420 (@LilTANKALICIOUS) November 17, 2019
Exactly the kind of advertising that the NFL wants, right?
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