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These refs have got to go

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What a disaster for the league. That's embarrassing.

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Dear dipsh*ts,

the review was not to see who actually had possession. dual possession is a judgement call and cannot be overturned in a review. the review was did tate maintain possession when he landed, which he did.

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Lol. . . looking at the replay again, one of Tate's hands wasn't even on the ball going down, he was grabbing onto Jennings' arm trying to get leverage.

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I kind of like them

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ESPN is being so objective about this....

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Yeah, it was the dual possession call that was blown.

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it's weird because the review people upstairs are the regular guys from years past; you would think they would have told the booth ref that that was a clear interception.

can't overturn possession from the booth

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Yeah, it was the dual possession call that was blown.

and having the real refs back would have fixed that? it was a split second play, no slo-mo no replays

it was a tough call for anyone to make

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Dear dipsh*ts,

the review was not to see who actually had possession. dual possession is a judgement call and cannot be overturned in a review. the review was did tate maintain possession when he landed, which he did.

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So I guess you missed the other phantom calls like the PI on shields and the roughing the passer that negated the interception that would have led to at least a green bay field goal, effectively ending the game.

and having the real refs back would have fixed that? it was a split second play, no slo-mo no replays

it was a tough call for anyone to make

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Watching the replay, Jennings gets the ball first, but can't bring it in because Tate has an arm between Jennings and the ball. Then, something causes Jennings to bend forward. That something is Tate pulling the ball to himself. As their feet hit the ground, they both have possession.

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To be fair offensive PI is pretty much never called on the last play of the game.

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