Referee John Hussey will have his crew on Thursday night as the Jaguars face the Titans. The final morning London game of the season will have Carl Cheffers.
The Ravens, Rams, Dolphins, Giants, Steelers, and 49ers have byes this week. The crews headed by Clete Blakeman, Ron Torbert, Jeff Triplette, and Bill Vinovich have the week off.
Thursday, Oct. 27
- Jaguars at Titans NFLN â€” John Hussey
Sunday, Oct. 30
- Washington vs. Bengals (London, 9:30 a.m. ET) Fox â€” Carl Cheffers
- Packers at Falcons â€” Walt Anderson
- Patriots at Bills â€” John Parry
- Jets at Browns â€” Pete Morelli
- Lions at Texans â€” Brad Allen
- Chiefs at Colts â€” Craig Wrolstad
- Seahawks at Saints â€” Ed Hochuli
- Raiders at Buccaneers â€” Terry McAulay
- Chargers at Broncos â€” Tony Corrente
- Cardinals at Panthers â€” Walt Coleman
- Eagles at Cowboys NBC â€” Jerome Boger
Monday, Oct. 31
- Vikings at Bears ESPN â€” Gene Steratore
9 thoughts on “Week 8 referee assignments”
Notice Morelli’s sad bunch still getting the the worst matchups ! Tough to get out of the doghouse !
Lisa somebody always get bad matchup somebody get great matchup
John Parry crew not allow bills and Patriots get shovel and push match
If you do not know the real reason why officiating crews are not scheduled certain games don’t post stupid reasons that make no sense at all
ALL GAMES MATTER, so projecting your POV and biases onto an officiating crew serves no purpose other than to reveal your own personal POV and biases.
The calls on the Cardinal/ Panther game were no doubt leaning in favor of Panthers. That’s the only reason they won. Fucked up calls. Get a clue.
Karma comes to Josh Norman for calling-out an Official after the game. Still, a nice BIG fine will be incurred (thay he can afford), especially due for wearing a Man Utd scarf in the post-game press conference – and I doubt that Norman has ever been to Manchester, let alone Old Trafford, besides even knowing that MU wear embarrassed the day before.
Wait a minute…you mean to tell me that the assignments for the NFLs Referees is released to the PUBLIC almost a FULL WEEK before the GAMES! Are you KIDDING ME? Isn’t the NFL in the least bit concerned that this information could be used approach an official and try to bribe him to influence a game to benefit someone who stood to gain from the outcome of a game? Jesus H. Christ don’t they pay attention to what happened in the NBA? Major league Baseball at least has the since to keep the umpires in the dark at to where their next assignment is going to be and at least to MY knowledge never releases it to the PUBLIC!
I want to know who paid off the crew refereeing (?) the Sea hawks vs Saints game. C’mon, man!????!!!!!
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