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Week 13 officiating liveblog

Football Zebras is covering the officials and rules interpretations for Week 13 in the NFL with live updates below on Sunday.

If you see anything confusing, unusual, or controversial, please let us know.

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8 thoughts on “Week 13 officiating liveblog

  1. Hahahahahaha through the Ravens call? Lol lol lol. Nowhere in the rules or guidance. Horrible miss.

  2. As for the idiotic ruling on the in the Tennessee in the play. What a bunch of idiots you are do you have any clue of what you’re talkin about none at all. Anyone anyone with any clue would have said so that mean dependency went and then challenged after they would give him the plate I thought they were supposed to be with the whole play. Been I’ve let you be for about a year-and-a-half that’s also something you stupid you’ve done today I’m done with it I’m going to be on you like a flies on s***. You got to bring some credibility back clueless Ben

  3. Mark Mark Mark you call that the call of the year. You’re so stupid you show the smallest clip possible you don’t even show the overall play The Defender has a right to run straight that’s in the rulebook. He’s running parallel to the boundary. That post catchable to you by who. Please differentiate this call from the 49ers Ravens call if you don’t do it you are a clueless clown

  4. Patriots at Texans 2 non-calls: 2nd Texans TD, right guard is blocking DB 4 yards downfield while ball is in air – why no call there?

    3rd Texans TD left tackle has arm bar at throat of edge rusher and takes him to ground – not holding?

  5. Anon, if he was running parallel to the boundary line, he wouldn’t have ran into the receiver, who was also running parallel to the line. By definition, two (or more) parallel lines never intersect.

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