2015 NFC Championship
Follow us here for rolling coverage of the calls and rules interpretations of the Cardinals-Panthers Conference Championship game from Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. If you have any questions or comments, use the comments section of this post or tweet us @footballzebras.
Today’s crew is headed by Bill Vinovich.
|R||52||Bill Vinovich||11||San Diego||accountant, former NFL officiating supervisor|
|U||64||Dan Ferrell||13||Corrente||Cal State-Fullerton||director, parts logistics and supply chain management|
|HL||79||Kent Payne||12||Cheffers||Nebraska Wesleyan||teacher|
|LJ||18||Byron Boston||21||Anderson||Austin||tax consultant|
|SJ||73||Joe Larrew||14||Blakeman||St Louis||attorney|
|BJ||111||Terrence Miles||8||Cheffers||Arizona State||quality control manager|
- Replay official: Larry Nemmers
- Replay assistant: Mark Butterworth
- Alternates: Walt Coleman (R), Paul King (U), Mark Steinkerchner (LJ)
- Supervisor: Neely Dunn
6 thoughts on “Championship liveblog: Cardinals at Panthers”
Are you the moron who thinks standing still is a football move but switching hands and reaching?for an end zone isnt?
Did the officials have any travel problems with the storms on the east coast?
Also one more question how mang seconds after a whistle does a play end? 5? How are late hits or defenseless player personal fouls?justified anymore? Huge?mistake by ed H and dean today on that clear recovery rule
Larru no all left home on thursday
To answer your questions…
1. No, one tone.
2. 3 mang seconds. I’ve forgotten the current conversion rate to normal seconds, unfortunately.
3. No, 3. I just said that.
4. Defenseless players are not fouls, they are people.
5. Since you said you had one question but asked six, I’m going with no.
6. No, tiny.
I think a mang second is the square root of -1. Maybe it’s 42 now, it seems to change frequently.
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