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Week 13 referee assignments

This week, Clete Blakeman is off, although two members of his crew are substituting this week. Bill Vinovich, who is a rotating 18th referee, will head Walt Anderson’s crew; Anderson will head Gene Steratore’s crew, while Steratore has the week off.

The two officials who have been benched with injuries are back this week: head linesman George Hayward on Bill Leavy’s crew and Kirk Dornan on Mike Carey’s crew.

The officiating assignments have been compiled with the assistance of Football-refs.com.

Thursday, Nov. 29

  • Saints at Falcons: Scott Green

Sunday, Dec. 2

  • Jaguars at Bills: Pete Morelli
  • Seahawks at Bears: Mike Carey
  • Colts at Lions: Bill Vinovich
  • Vikings at Packers: Ed Hochuli
  • Texans at Titans: Tony Corrente
  • Panthers at Chiefs: John Parry
  • 49ers at Rams: Carl Cheffers
  • Patriots at Dolphins: Ron Winter
  • Cardinals at Jets: Walt Anderson
  • Buccaneers at Broncos: Terry McAulay
  • Bengals at Chargers: Walt Coleman
  • Browns at Raiders: Bill Leavy
  • Steelers at Ravens: Alberto Riveron
  • Eagles at Cowboys: Jeff Triplette

Monday, Dec. 3

  • Giants at Redskins: Jerome Boger
Ben Austro
Ben Austro
Ben Austro is the editor and founder of Football Zebras and the author of So You Think You Know Football?: The Armchair Ref's Guide to the Official Rules (on sale now)

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  2. Mike Carey began his career as a ref in the San Diego Referee’s Association.
    When he started the advice he was given – “if he wanted to really learn how to be a great ref, follow O’Connor”. My dad, Tom O’Connor, was a 20 year veteran of the SD Referee Assn and yes he was one of the best. My Mom loves to tell everyone Mike learned to officiate the game, not only on the field, but at her dining room table! My dad passed away almost 20 years ago (way too young!) but I know when Mike calls a game, my dad is right there with him – so I feel my Dad did get his wish and go to the Super Bowl game! Love you Mike – the whole O’Connor clan is always in your corner:)

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