Line judge Julian Mapp ruled that Bills quarterback Josh Allen was short of the line to gain in the final seconds of Monday Night Football. It is the Week 6 Call of the Week.
Line judge Maia Chaka ruled that 49ers quarterback Trey Lance was short of the end zone on a 4th & goal. It is this week's Call of the Week.
Field judge Rick Patterson and line judge Daniel Gallagher team up to rule on a #ToeDragSwag at the sideline for this week's Call of the Week
Field judge Jabir Walker rules on a toe-tapper near the sideline and breaking the plane of the goal line. But there is more to process on this play, and it is our Call of the Week.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson retreated all the way to the goal line, and by all appearances, this would have been a walk-off safety in overtime. But referee John Hussey and down judge Sarah Thomas piece together the end of the play, and it is our Call of the Week.
Side judge Allen Baynes, with an assist from back judge Brad Freeman, rules on a Steelers touchdown catch. It is the first Football Zebras Call of the Week for 2021.
Back judge Brad Freeman has a possible touchdown but the ball pops out. Was the process of the catch completed or not? It is the Week 12 Call of the Week.
Field judge David Meslow takes a wide view of the play, taking advantage of the fact that the end zone isn't filled with photographers. On the catch, he processes what he sees, and then raises the signal for a touchdown. It is the Week 11 Call of the Week.
Fundamentals are important, and when a play devolves into chaos, it is important to keep clarity and focus. When the Bengals muff the kick in the field of play and the ball is dead in the end zone, line judge Kevin Codey and referee Adrian Hill are on top of
Fumbles near the sideline require extra concentration on the sideline, not only for a ball touching the sideline, but an out-of-bounds player touching the loose ball. Take that element of concentration, and stretch it across 27 yards of the field, and the methodical job by field judge Tom Hill and