Week 11

Buffalo at Miami – Walt Coleman

Atlanta at Carolina – Walt Anderson
Detroit at Arizona – Jerome Boger
Minnesota at Chicago – Ronald Torbert
Houston at Cleveland – Ed Hochuli
Philadelphia at Green Bay – Carl Cheffers
Seattle at Kansas City – Bill Leavy
Denver at St. Louis – Tony Corrente
Cincinnati at New Orleans – Craig Wrolstad
San Francisco at NY Giants – Gene Steratore
Tampa Bay at Washington – Bill Vinovich
Oakland at San Diego – Jeff Triplette
New England at Indianapolis – Pete Morelli

Pittsburgh at Tennessee – Brad Allen



  1. Carl Cheffers for Pittsburgh @ Tennessee
    Tony Corrente for New England @ Indianapolis
    Bill Vinovich for Minnesota @ Chicago
    Ed Hochuli for Oakland @ San Diego

  2. Lorenzo Antonio says

    NE@IND John Parry

  3. #66 Walt Anderson has a bye this week. His first bye of 2014.

  4. Opposite of Lorenzo says


  5. David Herrera says

    Flexible scheduling changes: MIN@CHI has been cross-flexed from Fox to CBS, and the kickoff will remain at 12:00 p.m. CST, while PHI@GB has been pushed back from 12:00 CST to 3:25 p.m. CST, and will remain on Fox.

  6. Games with AFC teams as visitors are on CBS, and such games with NFC visitors are on Fox. That used to be in stone until cross-flexing began this year… By the way, Ravens have a bye, so no zebra sightings here. See you all for Week 12!

  7. Eligible for SNF are Coleman, Morelli, and Triplette.

    Coleman worked IND-JAX in week 3, and NE-BUF in week 6.

    Morelli worked OAK-NE in week 3. He also worked the divisional round game last year between NE and IND.

  8. David Herrera says

    Heading into Week 11, Brad Allen has not yet been assigned a Monday night game. If he does not get PIT@TEN this week, then he will get BAL@NO in Week 12. He is NOT eligible for any of the remaining MNF games from Weeks 13-16, having already officiated @CHI (Week 1), @CIN (Week 3), @GB (Week 5) and @NYJ (Week 6).

  9. This is just a general (hypothetical) question. Is there any particular rule against a ref getting two divisional games with the same teams, for example OAK@SD and also SD@OAK? I have no idea who has the game this week, or when they play in Oakland…or even who that ref is. I just want to know if there are any rules against referees doing the same matchup twice in one season (one in each city).

  10. David Herrera says

    The BUF@MIA Thursday night game has been narrowed down to Coleman and Corrente.

    Parry is doubtful, fresh off working the DAL@JAX game in London. Parry has already officiated on a Thursday night (GB@SEA Week 1), however, one referee will get two Thursday assignments this season.

  11. David Herrera says

    Here is the full list of all the games and eligible referees for Week 11 (AS OF THIS POST). The Cowboys, Jaguars, Jets & Ravens are on their bye, so we won’t have Joe Platania giving us the lowdown regarding the Ravens, nor will we have ESPN Dallas giving us an officials breakdown this week.

    If a referee is not listed for said game, that referee is **NOT** eligible.

    BUF@MIA (TNF): Coleman & Corrente; Parry doubtful.
    ATL@CAR: Anderson (confirmed).
    DET@ARI: Allen, Boger, Coleman, Corrente, Parry & Triplette.
    MIN@CHI: Blakeman, Boger, Coleman, Corrente, Leavy, Parry, Torbert, Triplette & Vinovich.
    HOU@CLE: Allen, Blakeman, Boger, Hochuli, Steratore & Vinovich.
    PHI@GB: Cheffers (confirmed).
    SEA@KC: Blakeman, Boger, Leavy, McAulay, Steratore & Wrolstad.
    DEN@STL: Coleman, Corrente, Leavy, Morelli, Steratore & Vinovich.
    CIN@NO: Allen, Boger, Coleman, Corrente, Leavy, Morelli, Parry & Wrolstad.
    SF@NYG: Allen, Coleman, Corrente, Leavy, Steratore, Torbert, Triplette & Wrolstad.
    TB@WAS: Allen, Boger, Coleman, Hochuli, Leavy, Morelli, Parry & Vinovich.
    OAK@SD: Boger, Leavy, Parry, Steratore, Triplette & Wrolstad. *
    NE@IND (SNF): Coleman, Morelli & Triplette.
    PIT@TEN (MNF): Allen, Hochuli, Morelli & Torbert.

    * NOTE: I’m not sure if Corrente would be eligible for this game, as he officiated the SD@OAK game in Week 6. I highly doubt it, especially due to the fact that he is one of two front runners for the BUF@MIA Thursday night game.

  12. steelers78492 says

    the buf @ mia the referee im pretty sure will be tony corrente he hasn’t worked a buffalo or miami game this year walt colmanan worked bufaalo new england game and that was a division game and so is buf mia this thursday

  13. Lorenzo Antonio says

    Out of interest – how do they work out the referees for the post season and does anyone know who looks likely / less likely to be involved in the playoffs / SB etc?

    • All of the officials are graded on every play they officiate in every game. If an official makes a wrong call, or misses a call, they are downgraded and their overall grade goes down. The officials that are graded the highest among their peers get assigned playoff games. The seven officials (one at each position) that are graded higher than anyone at their position receive the honor of working the Super Bowl. The League and the Officiating Office doesn’t make officials’ grades public, so the only way to know who looks likely to work a postseason game is to follow the games and see which crews miss a call, or make a wrong call, and tally them throughout the year. If I missed anything, please, someone can correct me.

  14. According to Titans press release, BRAD ALLEN will be working the first Monday Night game of his NFL career.

  15. David Herrera says

    Per SportingBecky, The Gun Show is headed to the shores of Lake Erie (HOU@CLE)…

  16. Steratore — SF @ NYG

  17. Friend of a Friend of a Friend. This will probably be my first and last post because I’m a reader of this website, not a poster.

  18. Steratore @ NYG

  19. David Herrera says

    MIN@CHI is the only game that Torbert is eligible for. He will have a bye if he does not get that game.

    If Torbert gets MIN@CHI, Vinovich will only be eligible for TB@WAS.

  20. For SNF, PETE MORELLI will be headed off to Indy to officiate a Colts-Patriots game for the second time in 10 months.


    BUF@MIA (TNF): Coleman
    ATL@CAR: Anderson
    DET@ARI: Boger & Triplette.
    MIN@CHI: Boger, Leavy, Torbert, Triplette & Vinovich.
    HOU@CLE: Hochuli
    PHI@GB: Cheffers
    SEA@KC: Boger, Leavy, McAulay, & Wrolstad.
    DEN@STL: Corrente
    CIN@NO: Boger, Leavy, & Wrolstad.
    SF@NYG: Steratore
    TB@WAS: Boger, Leavy, & Vinovich.
    OAK@SD: Boger, Leavy, Triplette & Wrolstad.
    NE@IND (SNF): Morelli
    PIT@TEN (MNF): Allen

  22. David Herrera says

    Bills at Dolphins NFLN — Walt Coleman
    Vikings at Bears — Ronald Torbert
    Texans at Browns — Ed Hochuli
    Seahawks at Chiefs — Bill Leavy
    Falcons at Panthers — Walt Anderson
    Bengals at Saints — Craig Wrolstad
    Eagles at Packers — Carl Cheffers
    Buccaneers at Washington — Bill Vinovich
    Broncos at Rams — Tony Corrente
    49ers at Giants — Gene Steratore
    Raiders at Chargers — Jeff Triplette
    Lions at Cardinals — Jerome Boger
    Patriots at Colts NBC — Pete Morelli
    Steelers at Titans ESPN — Brad Allen

    Clete Blakeman, Terry McAulay & John Parry are off this week.


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