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Week 14 referee assignments

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John Parry will lead his crew into Nashville, Tenn. for Thursday night’s game between the Jaguars and Titans. Clay Martin is off this week.

As mentioned last week, the policy of not working two home games for a certain team in the regular season appears to have been removed. This week now has the most return trips of any so far, with 5, topping last week, including the following crews: Blakeman (Dallas), Corrente (Kansas City), Smith (San Francisco), Torbert (Oakland), and Vinovich (Houston).

Per usual, scheduled assignments are subject to unannounced changes.

Thursday, Dec. 6

  • Jaguars at Titans  FOX NFLN   —  John Parry

Sunday, Dec. 9

  • Jets at Bills  —  Alex Kemp
  • Panthers at Browns  —  Walt Anderson
  • Falcons at Packers  —  Walt Coleman
  • Colts at Texans  —  Bill Vinovich
  • Ravens at Chiefs  —  Tony Corrente
  • Patriots at Dolphins  —  Pete Morelli
  • Saints at Buccaneers  —  Jerome Boger
  • Giants at Washington  —  Carl Cheffers
  • Bengals at Chargers  —  John Hussey
  • Broncos at 49ers  —  Shawn Smith
  • Lions at Cardinals  —  Shawn Hochuli
  • Steelers at Raiders  —  Ron Torbert
  • Eagles at Cowboys  —  Clete Blakeman
  • Rams at Bears  NBC  —  Craig Wrolstad

Monday, Dec. 10

  • Vikings at Seahawks  ESPN  —  Brad Allen
Cameron Filipe
Cameron Filipe
Cam Filipe is a sophomore at the University of New Haven, majoring in forensic science. He has been involved in football officiating for six years and currently works as a flag football and soccer official in college. This is his third season covering officiating as a staff writer for Football Zebras.

3 thoughts on “Week 14 referee assignments

  1. After the Walt Anderson scam job in Oakland week 4. We choose to send the Walt Anderson’s crew to Cleveland? lmao..this is not going to go well..Bring Al Riveron too!!

  2. cannot believe that the piece of sh ! t head of officiating for the NFL failed to respond this week to the glaring officiating mistakes in the Steelers vs. Chargers game, and then is assigning that horrendous Vinovich crew to the Colts at Texans game. Come on NFL, you can do better than that. You have no problem explaining bullsh 1 t calls that do not usually lead to points, but you completely ignore, and fail to explain publicly those calls that do. Al Riveron, you are a useless piece of sh 1 t tool!!

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