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Divisional Playoff liveblog: Panthers at Seahawks


2014 NFC Divisional Playoff

Follow us here for rolling coverage of the calls and rules interpretations of the Panthers-Seahawks Divisional Playoff game from CenturyLink Field in Seattle.

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

Today’s crew his headed by Terry McAulay.

Yrs 2014 crew College Occupation
R 77 Terry McAulay 17 Louisiana State college officiating coordinator
U 96 Undrey Wash 15 Cheffers Texas-Arlington claims controller
HL 74 Derick Bowers 12 Parry East Central sales representative
LJ 9 Mark Perlman 14 Leavy Salem teacher
FJ 25 Bob Waggoner 18 Steratore Juniata College retired probation officer
SJ 73 Joe Larrew 13 Parry St Louis attorney
BJ 111 Terrence Miles 7 Anderson Arizona State quality control manager
  • Replay official: Earnie Frantz
  • Replay assistant: Brian Matoren
  • Alternates: R Craig Wrolstad, LJ Byron Boston, SJ Mike Weatherford
  • Supervisor: Garth DeFelice
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11 thoughts on “Divisional Playoff liveblog: Panthers at Seahawks

  1. DAMN Terry McAulay is a good official are you sure he cant be eligible to Ref super bowl 49

  2. Dean and Bill, McAulay is ineligible for SB XLIX due to the fact that he worked the SB last season.

  3. Just found this site. You work for nfl or referees union? Plenty of bad calls in first game and it was my understanding you cant hit a sliding qb., never mind the hit to the head with his forearm.

  4. head slap, should not have been talked out of the call as originally seen by R. I’d love to know what level the of football the operators of this site have worked, and for how long. They sure seem to (think) they know everything.

  5. I will be the first to admit I watched the game through Carolina lenses. Facts, and after DVR reviewing several of the above, multiple times. Calls were either missed or not consistent. I will argue that they ultimately don’t affect the end outcome, but in a time where officials are being criticized and technology is being emphasized, you must fix this moving forward. It’s seemingly the National Fixed League.

  6. They did do a good job but it seems that Seattle gets away with callls every game regardless of the crew

  7. @Dave C
    You must be kidding.

    Seattle has a) the most penalties of any NFL team this year, b) their opponents have the lowest penalties in the NFL, and c) the Seahawks – can’t remember team/specific year but I do have the correct decade for sure (according to the broadcast team one or two weeks ago) – have the most penalties since 1953, that is the Seahawks are the most penalized team in SIX DECADES.

    The Hawks lost two games this season on very arguable calls. I’m a Hawk fan, sure, but I admire competence in any discipline. The officials in this game called a FINE game. Well done.

  8. Yes, the Seahawks are heavily penalized. Just not for the defensive holding they get away with. Number of penalties does not equal a team not getting away with things.

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