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Week 5 referee assignments

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Due to the baseball playoffs, not only will the Raiders not have their logo on the Coliseum field — because the A’s infield will be there — but the Raiders will also move their game to West Coast primetime/East Coast early morning. The game now will start at 8:35 p.m. local time. Jeff Triplette has that redeye game.

The crews of Walt Anderson, Clete Blakeman, and Ed Hochuli are off this week. Football Zebras collaborates with on the assignments.

Thursday, Oct. 3

  • Bills at Browns NFLN — Pete Morelli

Sunday, Oct. 6

  • Saints at Bears — Scott Green
  • Patriots at Bengals — Gene Steratore
  • Lions at Packers — Jerome Boger
  • Seahawks at Colts — Ron Winter
  • Ravens at Dolphins — Carl Cheffers
  • Eagles at Giants — Walt Coleman
  • Jaguars at Rams — Tony Corrente
  • Chiefs at Titans — Bill Vinovich
  • Panthers at Cardinals — John Parry
  • Broncos at Cowboys — Terry McAulay
  • Texans at 49ers NBC — Mike Carey
  • Chargers at Raiders NFLN — Jeff Triplette

Monday, Oct. 7

  • Jets at Falcons ESPN — Bill Leavy

Image: Tony Gonzalez/Oakland Raiders

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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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6 thoughts on “Week 5 referee assignments

  1. Ron Winters crew in Indianapolis performed poorly today, especially the back judge calling interference penalties. Several penalties called on Seattle were phantom penalties, giving the appearance that this particular judge was biased. One call in particular on Golden Tate was of real concern. The ref was not in position to make the call and Tate, the offensive player, did not touch the Colt defender andwas called for offensive interference. Replays from all angles proved the call was incredibly poor. This ref is not young, and perhaps should not be officiating. He made several key calls during the game, notably to the Colts benefit.
    The blocked punt for a safety should have been called a touchdown, again proven by all replays. The officials even had the opportunity to get that one correct and blew it.
    Ultimately, when I see such poor performing referees I am sure the outcome of the game will be in question. Ron Winter, get a grip on your crew! You guys sucked today!

  2. Didn’t see the pass interference calls, so I can’t comment on that.

    In our Quick Calls, we found the punt block was ruled properly. The player did not maintain control of the ball long enough for a recovery to be ruled.

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