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NFL Week 15: Referee Assignments

We’ve got Scott Green in Tennessee and Don Carey in Philadelphia. What else can you find? Please post any assignments for week 15 in the comments here.

Thanks!

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NFL Week 14: Referee Assignments

We’ve got several already for this week, please post here in the comments what you find out is confirmed.

NFL: Week 12 referee assignments

We’ve got all 3 Turkey Day games posted, Bill Leavy in Detroit, Carl Cheffers in Dallas, and Tony Corrente in Denver, along with a few for the weekend, Scott Green in St Louis, Al Riveron in Houston, and Pete Morelli for the big Monday Night Game in New Orleans.

Here’s the full list in progress.

Let us know what else you find.

NFL: Week 11 referee assignments

We’ve got 3 for the week already, Al Riveron in Dallas, Scott Green in Green Bay, and Jerome Boger on Monday Night.

Here’s the full list in progress.

What else can you find?

NFL: Week 10 referee assignments

We’ve got John Parry in Tennessee and Scott Green in Indy.

What else can you find? Here’s the full list, in progress.

The NFL admits it goofed at the end of the Steelers-Chargers game

As it turns out, it WAS a touchdown for Troy Polamalu, but it’ll never show up that way in the history books.  Fortunately, this error didn’t change the outcome of the game.  However, it messed up a lot of gamblers and fantasy players, and could possibly affect the playoff picture under certain scenarios.

The problem is that if ANY forward pass touches the ground, the play is dead.  The officials simply got confused about which pass was which.

The little flip pass from LaDanian Tomlinson to Chris Chambers was an illegal forward pass, but was handled cleanly by Chambers.  When Chambers tried to lateral again, the ball hit the ground.  However, because that pass went backwards, the ball was still live and it was legal for Polamalu to pick it up and score.

There still should have been a penalty on the Chargers for the illegal forward pass from Tomlinson, which the Steelers could decline so they could keep the touchdown.  That’s what happened initially.  After that, referee Scott Green changed his mind (got confused, etc) and things got a little weird.

As a result of this mess, the NFL is looking at making some slight tweaks to the replay system.  With the new rules, officials will be allowed to re-review a play if they think they need to.  This new system could be in place in time for the playoffs.