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Week 6

THU, OCT 9
Indianapolis at Houston – Ronald Torbert

SUN, OCT 12
Chicago at Atlanta – Walt Anderson
Detroit at Minnesota – John Parry
New England at Buffalo – Walt Coleman
Carolina at Cincinnati – Carl Cheffers
Pittsburgh at Cleveland – Pete Morelli
Jacksonville at Tennessee – Jeff Triplette
Green Bay at Miami – Bill Vinovich
Denver at NY Jets – Brad Allen
Baltimore at Tampa Bay – Jerome Boger
San Diego at Oakland – Tony Corrente
Washington at Arizona – Ed Hochuli
Dallas at Seattle – Bill Leavy
NY Giants at Philadelphia – Clete Blakeman

MON, OCT 13
San Francisco at St. Louis – Craig Wrolstad

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Comments

  1. Lorenzo Antonio says:

    NE@BUF Walt Coleman or Tony Corrente

  2. Lorenzo Antonio says:

    or NE@BUF will be Jerome Boger

  3. David Herrera says:

    FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING CHANGES: NE@BUF has been moved from CBS to Fox (kickoff time still 1:00 p.m. EDT), while the kickoff time for CHI@ATL has been pushed back from 1:00 p.m. to 4:25 p.m. EDT.
    https://nfllabor.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/2014week6crossflex.pdf

  4. Walt Anderson in Atlanta.

  5. David Herrera says:

    IND@HOU has been narrowed down to five eligible referees: Blakeman, Corrente, Leavy, Steratore & Torbert. Triplette is also eligible, however, it’s highly doubtful that he would be assigned TNF, fresh off officiating MNF in Week 5.

    NYG@PHI and SF@STL have both been narrowed down to six:

    NYG@PHI: Allen, Blakeman, Coleman, Leavy, Morelli & Wrolstad. Though Blakeman is eligible under a “five-week rule,” I highly doubt that he would be assigned two Giants’ road games this early in the season (he worked NYG@DET in Week 1).

    SF@STL: Allen, Corrente, Leavy, Morelli, Torbert & Wrolstad.

    • David Herrera says:

      Well it looks like Coleman can be scratched off for NYG@PHI, since he will officiate NE@BUF.

    • Assuming Coleman is officiating NE@BUF I would think Morelli or Wrolstad would be the likely options for NYG@PHI as Leavy is accounted for and this can sometimes be a heated match-up and Morelli and Wrolstad have a little more experience in the NFL than someone like Brad Allen. A division match-up like JAX/TEN is one thing for a double rookie like Allen (N.B. I did not check if he is even eligible to do that match-up) but NYG/PHI is different

  6. Lorenzo Antonio says:

    Indianapolis at Houston – Bill Carollo
    Chicago at Atlanta – Larry Nemmers
    Detroit at Minnesota – Phil Luckett
    New England at Buffalo – Dick Hantak
    Carolina at Cincinnati – Bob McElwee
    Pittsburgh at Cleveland – Alberto Riveron
    Jacksonville at Tennessee – Mike Carey
    Green Bay at Miami – Ron Winter
    Denver at NY Jets – Scott Green
    Baltimore at Tampa Bay – Johnny Grier
    San Diego at Oakland – Gordon McCarter
    Washington at Arizona – Dale Hamer
    Dallas at Seattle – Tom White
    NY Giants at Philadelphia – Bernie Kukar
    San Francisco at St. Louis – Gerry Austin

  7. Lorenzo Antonio says:

    NE@BUF Gene Steratore

  8. NE @ Buffalo–Walt Coleman Confirmed–Wrong again Lorenzo!

  9. Paul Duckworth says:

    This is not confirmed…but my gut feeling is that Ed Hochuli is in Seattle.

  10. Joe Platania says:

    There was speculation about Boger further up the board, but it is CONFIRMED, per my usual source, that he will be in Tampa for BAL-TB… For the third straight week, the Ravens will have someone who was on the field for one of their Super Bowl wins; Wrolstad was the FJ for SB 47 and Anderson was on the XXXV crew…

  11. LORENZO ANTONIO says:

    Scott Green is confirmed in Miami

  12. Opposite of Lorenzo says:

    Carolina @ Cincinnati – Carl Cheffers – 4 C’s (lol)

  13. no way

  14. Gerardo Perez says:

    BILL LEAVY will be the referee for Cowboys @ Seahawks. Here’s the link from ESPN Dallas:
    http://m.espn.go.com/general/blogs/blogpost?blogname=dallas-cowboys&id=4734943&city=dallas

  15. George Ashburn says:

    What about the Pittsburgh-Cleveland Game?

  16. Opposite of Lorenzo says:

    Jacksonville @ Tennessee – Jeff Triplette (J @ T = JT)

  17. Ed Hochuli in Arizona per Becky

  18. Drew Thurman says:

    Triplette already did a Jacksonville game this year

    • David Herrera says:

      Triplette is eligible for JAX@TEN under a “five-week rule,” however, since this is already his second Jaguars’ game, he will be INELIGIBLE for any Jaguars’ games — home or away — for the remainder of the regular season.

  19. Lorenzo Antonio says:

    So Walt Coleman has NE@BUF

  20. Shane Spencer says:

    Here’s what confirmed so far:

    NE @ BUF: Walt Coleman
    JAX @ TEN: Jeff Triplette
    DAL @ SEA: Bill Leavy

  21. David Herrera says:

    Of the referee crews who have not yet been assigned any Week 6 games (AS OF THIS POST), five have yet to have a bye: McAulay, Steratore, Torbert, Vinovich & Wrolstad. Two of them will be off this week.

  22. Gerardo Perez says:

    If you check Footballzebras Twitter, you’ll see the following:
    PIT @ CLE: Pete Morelli.
    SD @ OAK: Tony Corrente
    NYG @ PHI (SNF): Clete Blakeman.
    Those are some of the confirmed assignments for Week 6. Footballzebras will have the full list tomorrow.

    • David Herrera says:

      Well, this is already Blakeman’s second game officiating the Giants, as he did NYG@DET in Week 1. Looks like you can cross him off for any more Giants’ games (home or away) for the rest of the season.

      • Not necessarily he could have Giants again late in season after the 6 week rule it has happened where a ref have had same team 3 times in same season

        • David Herrera says:

          So there is a chance that Triplette could get a Jaguars’ home game anytime from Week 12 onward?

        • That has only happened when a Referee on a bye is replacing a regular Referee due to injury, travel issues, etc.. I remember one season that Bill Carollo refereed the same team in consecutive weeks but one was with his own crew and one was replacing, I believe, Scott Green due to an injury

  23. Week 6
    THU, OCT 9
    Indianapolis at Houston

    SUN, OCT 12
    Chicago at Atlanta
    Detroit at Minnesota
    New England at Buffalo Walt Coleman
    Carolina at Cincinnati
    Pittsburgh at Cleveland Pete Morelli
    Jacksonville at Tennessee Jeff Triplette
    Green Bay at Miami
    Denver at NY Jets
    Baltimore at Tampa Bay Jerome Boger
    San Diego at Oakland Tony Corrente
    Washington at Arizona Ed Hochuli
    Dallas at Seattle Bill Leavy
    NY Giants at Philadelphia Clete Blakeman

    MON, OCT 13
    San Francisco at St. Louis

  24. At this point, only Parry, Steratore, and Torbert are eligible for TNF, the latter two of the three haven’t had their off week yet.

    • David Herrera says:

      I’m not sure about Parry. He officiated the GB@SEA Week 1 Thursday Night Kickoff. I don’t know if that counts as an NBC SNF game, or a TNF game. If GB@SEA counts as TNF, one referee will get two Thursday night assignments this season.

  25. David Herrera says:

    DEN@NYJ has been narrowed down to Allen, McAulay & Parry.

    DET@MIN has been narrowed down to McAulay, Parry, Steratore & Vinovich.

    SF@STL has been narrowed down to the three new referees — Allen, Torbert & Wrolstad.

    Corrente has been confirmed for SD@OAK per the Raiders’ flipcard: http://media.raiders.com/FlipCard/2014/1012sd.htm

  26. Week 6
    THU, OCT 9
    Indianapolis at Houston

    SUN, OCT 12
    Chicago at Atlanta Walt Anderson
    Detroit at Minnesota
    New England at Buffalo Walt Coleman
    Carolina at Cincinnati Carl Cheffers
    Pittsburgh at Cleveland Pete Morelli
    Jacksonville at Tennessee Jeff Triplette
    Green Bay at Miami
    Denver at NY Jets
    Baltimore at Tampa Bay Jerome Boger
    San Diego at Oakland Tony Corrente
    Washington at Arizona Ed Hochuli
    Dallas at Seattle Bill Leavy
    NY Giants at Philadelphia Clete Blakeman

    MON, OCT 13
    San Francisco at St. Louis

  27. TNF Ref is the game I really wanna know

  28. the referee for Texans colts is Ronald torbert http://prod.static.texans.clubs.nfl.com/assets/docs/Flip_IND_FINAL.pdf

  29. David Herrera says:

    Looks like Terry McAulay will be one of two referees who will be off this week. Greg Steed, a back judge on McAulay’s crew, is filling in for Kirk Dornan on Brad Allen’s crew for the DEN@NYJ game.

    • David Herrera says:

      Well I didn’t see the article regarding Kirk Dornan’s sudden retirement. On another note, Parry, Steratore & Vinovich are the only three referees who have yet to be assigned any games. All three referees are eligible for DET@MIN and GB@MIA. Parry has already a bye week, but neither Steratore nor Vinovich have had a bye. One of the latter two will join McAulay in the bye seat this week.

  30. SpringsGal says:

    New York Jets vs Denver Broncos – Brad Allen

  31. David Herrera says:

    This should complete the Week 6 puzzle: Vinovich is headed to Miami, Wrolstad to St. Louis and Parry to Minnesota. SO, by the process of elimination, McAulay and Steratore are off this week.

  32. Thursday, Oct. 9
    Colts at Texans, 8:25 p.m. CBS NFLN — Ronald Torbert
    Sunday, Oct. 12
    Jaguars at Titans — Jeff Triplette
    Ravens at Buccaneers — Jerome Boger
    Broncos at Jets — Brad Allen
    Lions at Vikings — John Parry
    Patriots at Bills — Walt Coleman
    Panthers at Bengals — Carl Cheffers
    Steelers at Browns — Pete Morelli
    Packers at Dolphins — Bill Vinovich
    Chargers at Raiders — Tony Corrente
    Cowboys at Seahawks — Bill Leavy
    Bears at Falcons — Walt Anderson
    Washington at Cardinals — Ed Hochuli
    Giants at Eagles NBC — Clete Blakeman
    Monday, Oct. 13
    49ers at Rams ESPN — Craig Wrolstad

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