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Week 10, 2023

Week 10 officiating liveblog

Football Zebras is covering the officials and rules interpretations for Week 10 in the NFL with live updates.



Football Zebras is covering the officials and rules interpretations for Week 10 of the 2023 regular season.

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

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  1. Anonymous

    November 12, 2023 at 2:26 pm

    GB vs Pitt. Officials overwhelmingly bailing out Piitsburgh. 2 calls on illegal contact, 1 avoided a sack. Both iffy and after the play failed. Then refused to overturn a terrible incomplete pass call on a lateral GB recovered at the 2. How is this accepted?

  2. Anonymous

    November 12, 2023 at 3:27 pm

    In that game GB vs Pitt, there is a deep wing official who is not wearing numbers or his position letter. Why is that?

  3. Anonymous

    November 12, 2023 at 4:34 pm

    at 5:48 3Q of SF/JAX there is a replay review. JAX was hustling to get a play off. SF coach appears to throw the red flag from 20+ yards away from where it lands. The next play is started before the flag hits the ground – the live view of the play shows the flag bounce and come to rest. I thought the flag has to hit the ground before the next play starts. Is it the act of throwing red flag that initiates a review to stop next play? or is it when the red flag hits the ground?

  4. Anonymous

    November 13, 2023 at 7:01 pm

    Any thoughts on two penalties in the NO vs MN game on Sunday, November 12… Brian O’Neill was called for holding, when in fact, from watching the replay, the defender he was blocking was pushing him to the ground – essentially tacking him, and he had his hand on the defender’s back while he was falling. How was O’Neill the guilty party here? And, Danielle Hunter was called for illegal hands to the face when the NO lineman ripped off Hunter’s helmet in the field of play. The FoxSports broadcast only showed the perspective from behind the NO lineman, so we could not see the supposed infraction, but how is this not at least an off-setting penalty for whatever contact forced Hunter’s helmet to go flying off his head?

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