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Divisional round liveblog: Chiefs at Patriots


2015 AFC Divisional Playoff

Follow us here for rolling coverage of the calls and rules interpretations of the Chiefs-Patriots Divisional Playoff game from Gilette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. If you have any questions or comments, use the comments section of this post or tweet us @footballzebras.

Today’s crew is headed by Craig Wrolstad.

Yrs 2015 crew College Occupation
R 4 Craig Wrolstad 13 Washington athletic director
U 81 Roy Ellison 13 Wrolstad Savannah State technical staff member
HL 110 Phil McKinnely 14 Vinovich UCLA inventory control
LJ 59 Rusty Baynes 6 Hochuli Auburn-Montgomery general manager, safety services
FJ 41 Boris Cheek 20 Coleman Morgan State director of operations and management
SJ 60 Gary Cavaletto 13 Vinovich Hancock general manager, agricultural operations
BJ 105 Dino Paganelli 10 Steratore Aquinas College educator
  • Replay official: Mike Wimmer
  • Alternates: Bill Vinovich (R), Dan Ferrell (U), Byron Boston (LJ)
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25 thoughts on “Divisional round liveblog: Chiefs at Patriots

  1. New England got away with roughing the passer. We have all seen less called. Pathetic non call.

  2. So I guess leading with the crown of the helmet is a penalty this week. So much inconsistency…..don’t try to justify it.

  3. @8:59 2nd qtr.

    Say that Amendola commits the same foul, but the ball bounces into the end zone. Would the Patriots then get the ball at the 10? That is, the touchback occurs and then the penalty is half the distance to the goal?

  4. Back Judge (very short guy who would never have been hired but for his dad – the NFL does not hire short officials generally)just missed a big ICT on Chiefs receiver in EZ. Material effect shove in shoulder, well beyond the healthy five. Right in from of him, on 3rd down. Should be a first down and instead they have to kick for 3. Simply terrible WTF was he looking at? I guess he couldn’t see up that high.

  5. Sorry Ed, lesser hits then the first one get called all the time. If you don’t realize this – then you haven’t been watching long. Of course, it helps if you are one of the golden boy qbs….

  6. Just wondering why a nearby kc receiver was being tackled with no call on the 4th and 10 call. Oh hey, and its a non-int, unlike the TD call in the steelers game. Guess you have to actually catch the ball this week.

  7. Another “great” game by the part timers. Game outcome predicted on the first drive by NE…

  8. The official never make calls based on who the teams are they make call based on the plays
    They did a good job

  9. Just like the post a few back said; “It’s all about the money.” KC got penalized for the same thing NE did, but NE didn’t get penalized. That’s ok, someone will put NE in their place one day on a level no one will ever forget, it’s only a matter of time…..

  10. If I had bet on the game, Ed, why would I ever bet against NE? And who said I was talking about PI? How about the textbook helmet to helmet non-call? Or the “best” officials deciding that holding doesn’t apply at the end of the game?

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