Rookie officials get their trial by fire at some point of their first season. Rookie back judge Dale Shaw faced his trial in a frigid Week 14 in Baltimore between the Ravens and Vikings. In a game where the lead and momentum switched back and forth several times in
Snowy conditions make one grade inconclusive Football Zebras Roundtable As the snow blew through four games this weekend, there were a flurry of close, questionable, and controversial calls. To help us understand the Week 14 calls, former officiating supervisors Larry Upson and Jim Daopoulos took a look at a few plays. It does
Field judge Craig Wrolstad (pretty sure, can you tell?) helps on the spot and measurement [Hunter Martin/Philadelphia Eagles]. Here's what is in the news this morning: Quick calls from Week 14 [Football Zebras] First, the good news. Did you see what was perhaps the call of the year from field judge Scott Edwards?
Week 14: Dolphins at Steelers (video) An incredible ending to the game, as a multiple-lateral play could have given the Steelers a game-winning touchdown. Field judge Scott Edwards called the play dead, with Steelers receiver Antonio Brown stepping out of bounds. Edwards could have let the play run out, and let replay
The Panthers-Saints game was flexed to Sunday night, and the originally scheduled NBC game was moved to 1 p.m. Eastern. Walt Anderson will preside over the flexed game. Mike Carey's crew is off this week. Thursday, Dec. 5 Texans at Jaguars NFLN — Tony Corrente Sunday, Dec. 8 Vikings at Ravens — Pete Morelli Colts at