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Live Blog: Steelers at Broncos

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Today’s officials are listed at the end of the post.

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  • R — #14 Ron Winter (17th year, 14th as referee)
  • U — #49 Rich Hall (8th year)*
  • HL — #52 Julian Mapp (3rd year)
  • LJ — #108 Gary Arthur (15th year)
  • FJ — #88 Scott Steenson (21st year)
  • SJ — #62 Ronald Torbert (2nd year)*
  • BJ — #83 Richard Reels (19th year)
  • Alternates — Ed Camp (#134, HL from Walt Coleman’s crew), Dyrol Prioleau (#109, FJ from Scott Green’s crew)

*Substitutes are from Ed Hochuli’s crew.

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Ben Austro
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5 thoughts on “Live Blog: Steelers at Broncos

  1. re: review, incomplete pass. The player was not going to the ground when he made the catch. He got 2 feet down before being tackled. He then lost the ball after he was down. I think they made the right call originally.

  2. Thanks for tuning in. Sometimes it is hard to analyze some of these rules. I don’t get them right as often as the officials do, and the Steelers-Broncos game has shown some of my shortcomings.

  3. Was the pass behind the line of scrimmage. If so there should have not been pass interference. Did not see a replay. Denver ball on the 2.

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