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Open forum: Submit questionable calls from Week 1

We cannot possibly watch every game. We will report what we can, especially if it appears in the game summary.

If you see a disputable call, point our attention to it by using the comment section of this post. The ones that we can explain or get further information on will be answered in a new post.

This site is yours as much as it is ours. I look forward to this experiment in the 2009 season.

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Ben Austro
Ben Austro is the editor and founder of Football Zebras and the author of So You Think You Know Football?: The Armchair Ref's Guide to the Official Rules (on sale now)

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3 thoughts on “Open forum: Submit questionable calls from Week 1

  1. From the Tennesean:

    Missed call: Officials missed a holding call in the end zone that would have resulted in a safety for the Titans, Fisher confirmed when asked about the play on Friday.

    “Sometimes those things are missed and I was surprised that that one was missed,” Fisher said. “But those types of things in games like these can have an impact on the outcome of the game.”

    http://www.tennessean.com/article/20090912/SPORTS01/909120337/2072/SPORTS/Bo+Scaife+day-to-day+after++legal++hit

  2. We are going to be examining the final play of the 49ers-Cardinals game. The ruling was a fumble with 3 seconds remaining, but the 49ers bench entered the field before the 3 seconds ticked off the clock. Stay tuned.

  3. I missed the call the first time around, so I’m hoping for a re-air on NFLN. Al Harris was flagged for illegal contact that should not have been. Anyone want to comment on this?

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