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Live blog: Seahawks at Falcons

NFC Divisional Playoff

Divisional_10_rgbWe will be live blogging the calls and rules interpretations from the Seahawks-Falcons game. (If you see continue reading below, click it to see the entire feed.)

If you have any questions or comments, use the comments section of this post, or tweet us @footballzebras.

Today’s crew is headed by Walt Coleman. The full crew list is at the bottom of this post.

[liveblog]

      Yr. Crew College Occupation
R 65 Walt Coleman 24   Arkansas manager, dairy processor
U 81 Roy Ellison 10 Coleman Savannah State technical staff member
HL 28 Mark Hittner 16 Hochuli Pittsburg State investment broker
LJ 18 Byron Boston 18 Anderson Austin tax consultant
FJ 4 Craig Wrolstad 10 Hochuli Washington athletic director
SJ 15 Rick Patterson 17 Coleman Wofford banker
BJ 38 Greg Yette 3 Coleman Howard defense contractor
  • Alternates: Dan Ferrell (upfield), Jerry Bergman (line), Todd Prukop (deep)
  • Replay official: Bob McGrath
  • Replay assistant: Russell Yurk
  • Supervisor: Neely Dunn
  • Observer: John Schleyer
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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)

2 thoughts on “Live blog: Seahawks at Falcons

  1. Thought SEA snapped ball just prior to clock being 0:00. Doesn’t the BJ have to call the play dead? Didn’t see who acted first.

  2. It’s possible, but I don’t think so. Also, if LJ (who has responsibility for game clock) sees :01 and the offensive lineman are not set, the call is academic, because no legal snap could take place at that point.

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