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Championship liveblog: Packers at Falcons

2016  NFC Championship

Follow us here for rolling coverage of the calls and rules interpretations of the Conference Championship  game, the final game to be played in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

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.

         Yrs 2016 crew College Occupation
R 52 Bill Vinovich 12    San Diego accountant, former NFL officiating supervisor
U 121 Paul King 8 Torbert Nicholls State school teacher
HL 28 Mark Hittner 20 Wrolstad Pittsburg State investment broker
LJ 10 Julian Mapp 8 Wrolstad Grambling State software QA tester
FJ 97 Tom Hill 18 Allen Carson Newman teacher
SJ 80 Greg Gautreaux 15 Torbert SW Louisiana athletic programs manager
BJ 93 Scott Helverson 14 Hochuli Iowa sales, printing and promotions
  • Replay:  Paul Weidner
  • Alternates:  Walt Anderson  (R), John McGrath (HL), Gary Cavaletto  (SJ)


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6 thoughts on “Championship liveblog: Packers at Falcons

  1. Also questioning fumble touchback. Clearly had possession before going into endzone. Momentum exception would put it at the 1, not a touchback.

  2. Darin of course you are correct. Ben and company only parrot what joe and troy tell them or dean tells them to say . Maybe a safety there or ball at 1 but certainty not a touchback.

    T bone

  3. “Gained possession with left leg touching the goal line so it is a touchback.”

    What rule number says you can have a touchback with the ball outside the endzone on a fumble? The exception “it is a touchback…touches a player of the kicking team who is touching the ground on or behind the receiver’s goal line” only applies to scrimmage kicks.

  4. What rule? Whatever immaginary one ben makes up to justify a call so he can get in good with NFL.

  5. This crew sucks Vinovich sucks. Clearly a facemask on Rodgers and the no slide against Rodgers. Pitiful and embarrasing. No wonder fans think its rigged

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