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2015 PostseasonWild Card liveblog: Seahawks at Vikings

Wild Card liveblog: Seahawks at Vikings

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2015 NFC Wild Card Playoff

Follow us here for rolling coverage of the calls and rules interpretations of the Seahawks-Vikings Wild Card Playoff game from TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. If you have any questions or comments, use the comments section of this post or tweet us @footballzebras.

Today’s crew is headed by Walt Coleman.

 

      Yrs 2015 crew College Occupation
R 65 Walt Coleman 27   Arkansas manager dairy processor
U 11 Fred Bryan 7 Allen Northern Iowa superintendent, juvenile correctional facility
HL 91 Jerry Bergman 14 Coleman Robert Morris sales executive
LJ 100 Tom Symonette 12 Allen Florida certified public accountant
FJ 88 Brad Freeman 2 Cheffers Mississippi State sports park director
SJ 97 Tom Hill 17 Allen Carson Newman teacher
BJ 39 Rich Martinez 2 Coleman Canisius sales manager
  • Replay Official: Tommy Moore
  • Replay Assistant: Glenn King
  • Alternates:
    • R/U: R122 Brad Allen
    • Line: TBA
    • Deep: TBA
  • Supervisor: Garth DeFelice
  • Observer: Alberto Riveron

7 thoughts on “Wild Card liveblog: Seahawks at Vikings

  1. 1982 freezer bowl I remember referee Fred Silva with his ACME metal finger whistle your could only hear a peep. Todays Fox 40’s solve that.

  2. Tell us all about it Swat. Sure seemed like a pretty cleaning officiated game to me. I thought the receiver was close enough to avoid grounding by Wilson. Not many other controversial plays. Walt should have gotten a better assignment this year. He had a pretty good year, only to be rewarded with freezing his arse off.

    Best thing for this game – Bud Grant coming out for the coin toss……. in a short sleeve golf shirt.

  3. @Swat–Please do not post the type of comment on this website without specifics. Your “observation” lacks foundation and merit. You seem to be the only one bitching about the officiating in regards to this game.

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