Grading the replacement referees after week 1
Sun, 9 Sep 2012|
On Sports Sunday with Michael Holley, Tom E. Curran and Ron Borges give their grades for the replacement officials after the first week on the job.
Our guys if it up the top of the show up watch two games so far in their entirety pats Titans. And Cowboys Giants and the officials. From professor holly get a lot of big plus there are being solid being what do you guys think the officials so far. I think I wish I had you as an instructor -- -- I got. Always glad we have an instructor to get back to go where -- -- really -- that it did exactly. -- terrible today in his. Game but I did think that -- two interference calls. That words you know. At least one of which might have been significant. Is in how things went. Overall not a disaster but I just think it as the games -- if they could to officiate and those kind of things keep happening you're gonna start hearing coach pop and -- players pop up. And then you'll have -- As -- look around the NFL as we do and I work involves -- back and forth. From the press box to the field. I'm seeing a lot of. -- in the later games that are going to be. A little more indicative of that deep plus to be slipping on the way to portion of the exam Mike I think that the San Francisco game has some agitation. I think that no question that pass interference on non call on to McCord at plus four points in the first five minutes of the game not saying that was the final arbiter of the the game but it doesn't help when you know right off this off the -- one thing I did notice always defensive backs are getting away with more grime. Right now Benson's Bill Polian went to Zurich in Foxborough about nine years ago. Yeah I mean almost it almost looked like. A missive came down from New York's and look error on the side of not making any calls. You know it's it's got to make a mistake make that mistake the united college as opposed to -- -- we watch a replay and it takes twelve makes it look like a fool. I do -- a dejected one thing on the Jake Locker injury I think people's trying to describe that for the fact or replacement -- on the field. That play should have continued -- it would have continued the regular rest from the field it was too much of a bang bang play to decide whether it was an incompletion or fumble you're supposed to rule fumble. And let it play out this call and complete plays did he screw the possible recovering team so when people say Jake Locker would have gotten hurt if the real officials whether it's propaganda.