John Hussey and Clete Blakeman will be working the Saturday night games in Tennessee and Los Angeles, respectively. Bill Vinovich now has his sixth Sunday Night Football game this year (two were games flexed into primetime). Carl Cheffers will be working on Christmas Eve for the last Monday Night Football game of the 2018 season, a game that potentially could be the final game played in Oakland, ever. Jerome Boger has the holiday weekend off.
Saturday, Dec. 22
- Washington at Titans (4:30 p.m. ET) NFLN â€” John Hussey
- Ravens at Chargers (8:30 p.m. ET) NFLN â€” Clete Blakeman
Sunday, Dec. 23
- Jaguars at Dolphins â€” Clay Martin
- Giants at Colts â€” Brad Allen
- Falcons at Panthers â€” Pete Morelli
- Bengals at Browns â€” Tony Corrente
- Buccaneers at Cowboys â€” Shawn Hochuli
- Vikings at Lions â€” Walt Anderson
- Bills at Patriots â€” Shawn Smith
- Packers at Jets â€” Ron Torbert
- Texans at Eagles â€” John Parry
- Rams at Cardinals â€” Walt Coleman
- Bears at 49ers â€” Alex Kemp
- Steelers at Saints â€” Craig Wrolstad
- Chiefs at Seahawks NBC â€” Bill Vinovich
Monday, Dec. 24
- Broncos at Raiders ESPN â€” Carl Cheffers
4 thoughts on “Week 16 referee assignments”
With so many prime time sunday games and no apparent downgrades it appears Vinovich is on the way to the Super Bowl.
Corrente’s team has looked solid (again) each time I’ve seen them, too.
Watch Boger get the Super Bowl because it’s being played in his backyard.
Jets coach criticizing the striped shirts in his game against Green Bay. How many were made by Sarah Thomas?
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