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Week 4 referee assignments

Clete Blakeman will have the Thursday night game between the Ravens and the Steelers, and Craig Wrolstad will be travelling to London for the Jets and the Dolphins. Crews for Walt Anderson and Pete Morelli have the week off, and the Patriots and Titans have a bye.

Thursday, Oct. 1

  • Ravens at Steelers CBS NFLN — Clete Blakeman

Sunday, Oct. 4

  • Jets vs. Dolphins (London, 9:30 a.m. ET) CBS — Craig Wrolstad
  • Jaguars at Colts — Ed Hochuli
  • Giants at Bills — John Hussey
  • Panthers at Buccaneers — Gene Steratore
  • Eagles at Washington — Jerome Boger
  • Raiders at Bears — Jeff Triplette
  • Texans at Falcons — Carl Cheffers
  • Chiefs at Bengals — Ron Torbert
  • Browns at Chargers — Bill Vinovich
  • Packers at 49ers — Terry McAulay
  • Rams at Cardinals — John Parry
  • Vikings at Broncos — Walt Coleman
  • Cowboys at Saints NBC — Brad Allen

Monday, Oct. 5

  • Lions at Seahawks ESPN — Tony Corrente

 

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17 thoughts on “Week 4 referee assignments

  1. After 3 below average games, can Gene Steratore and his crew receive just passing grades? The overall performance of the NFL Referees have been poor thru 3 weeks. Penalty after penalty after penalty after penalty. Too bad someone can’t throw a flag on them.

    At the top of the incompetent list….Gene Steratore and Terry Mcaulay.

  2. Jeff Triplette appropriately saddled with the worst game this week. His work in Detroit last Sunday night was disgraceful.

  3. I thought triplette had a pretty decent game last week. He called alot of flags but he was thorough.

  4. John hussey must be impressing the league he has got another big game for a first year referee! Good job!

  5. Your officials for the Bills Giants game were absolutely horrible!! I have never seen so many touchdowns taken away for phantom calls.

  6. When is the NFL going to employ younger men (maybe college players who don’t make the pros) as referees? These old refs can’t see, don’t have reflexes and can’t think. They are more active in affecting outcomes than the two teams. It’s getting difficult to watch week and week and seeing the only consistent thing is INCONSISTENCY! They are the definition of arbitrary and capricious. Why don’t teams have a challenge flag for a blatant bad penalty or phantom penalty? Refs aren’t God. We need younger men who can devote themselves to this fulltime. Guys who know the game, played the game, and can keep up physically and with good eyesight. Or hire more women. Women are generally better at enforcing rules evenly. The inconsistency is really bad and hard to take.

  7. I agree officials should be full time. They make more as part timers than most of us ever will. All over six figures. With those wages they don’t even need a job during the week.

  8. Waggoner goes emphatic calling off his HL’s TD call in Carolina, then gets over turned. Beautiful!!! He is almost 70…retire, Bob!

  9. why does Morelli’s crew get games in California he’s from Stockton, Ca
    But Gene Steratore doesn’t get any Steelers game since he’s from
    Pittsburgh
    Is that fair?
    I think who ever makes the assigments should not allow Morelli
    to call any games In California.

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