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Hump Day Audible–Worst Call Ever?

Hump Day Audible–Worst Call Ever?

It was quite possibly the worst call in the history of sports officiating. It cost a contending team a precious game from a 16 game schedule. Few teams can afford to just give one up for the refs, but that’s just what the Packers were asked to do by the great and powerful OZ…er… I mean, Roger Goodell.

 Green Bay Packer Fans, on behalf of football fans everywhere (yes, even Chicago), I feel your pain. You got robbed, and the league won’t even admit that much; sticking by the Replacements no matter how sorry, unprofessional, and inept they are from week to week. I know that the words ‘sorry’ and ‘inept’ mean the same thing in this context, but the officiating really has been worthy of redundancy.

 The league announced today that they stand by the bullshot call we all witnessed Monday night in Seattle, claiming Simultaneous Catch as their excuse to get out of this one without admitting culpability. This week, the level of officiating was already nearing unprecedented levels of stupidity before this call, but now I’m going to say they’ve raised the bar by a considerable margin.

 It’s not that they got the call wrong…twice, and I certainly never expected them to change the outcome of the game (I’ve never seen that in any pro sport), but how about “Oops, we got it wrong. Sorry about that, let’s move on.” Nope, still undefeated and unchallenged, and the League remains perfect.  Au contraire, mon fre`re, I disagree and so do 88 percent of the voters on ESPN.com. The poll on NFL.com has a more conservative readership, and only 83 percent disagree with the league offices.

 And how bad were the Replacements?

 Let’s ask Kevin Ogletree of Dallas, who had a referee’s hat thrown at his feet as he tried to cut in the end-zone on a second quarter Tony Romo pass. Ogletree’s plant foot came down on the hat (which was thrown for no apparent reason), and he slipped. The pass was ruled incomplete and no explanation was provided as to ‘why’ the hat was thrown in the first place.

 Let’s ask Bill Bilechick, who will probably pay a fine for trying to get an official to talk to him. Bill shouldn’t have grabbed the guy by the arm, but his frustration at the Replacement’s indifference can certainly be understood. Here’s a three time Super Bowl winner, a five time Super Bowl coach, and this Temp was ignoring him as if he were a campaign worker seeking donations.

 The communication is even worse than the officiating, and if you ask every coach in the league they’ll tell you that the lack of communication from the Replacements is causing major problems. It’s not just the terrible calls, and make no mistake, these guys are really bad; it seems only a matter of time before one of them throws a flag for ‘Traveling’ or attempts to enforce ‘The Infield Fly Rule’. Okay, so maybe it’s not that bad, but watching them trying to sort out a relatively routine play is a bit like volunteering for an exploratory root canal, it’s painful.

 So what can we do about it?

 I saw some of the comment sections on various sites and there are a lot of boycott the NFL movements, but let’s be real, that’s akin telling an alcoholic to avoid the tavern because the ashtrays are dirty, it isn’t gonna happen. We need our NFL.

 We can get mad, and we should get mad, but at who? The league is the way the trend is leaning today, but some of us are mad at the Replacements for their incompetence, while others are still ticked-off at the real refs for holding out in the first place. Last week, I jokingly called for an occupy yellow flag movement, to let the real refs know that I’m mad. This weekend, as the Replacements got worse for the third consecutive week, my hostility began to expand toward the them. After the League’s announcement today, I once again broadened the target of my anger, and awarded Roger Goodell with my first ever Medal of Ignorance Award.

 Greg Schiano had the award in the bag this week, but Monday’s debacle and Tuesday’s announcement have left me with little choice on this. So while I’m angry at all three parts of this clustered, ugly, whole, Goodell will be my poster boy.

 We are a forgiving nation, and football fans are a microcosm of America; we’ve forgiven The Holy Roller, The Thanksgiving Day Coin-Toss, The Tuck Rule Game (sorry Patriots fans), The Ed Hochuli Game, and truth be told, we’ll probably forgive this too. The Regular’s will probably get standing ovations upon their return to the field, but I have to wonder how long that will be. Maybe this latest blunder will help the process along.

 Was this call the worst ever? I don’t really know, but I’d love to hear your view on the matter. And why you’re at it, tell me who I should blame.

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Steve Massey is the author of Grid Iron Audible at @prosportsblogging.com, a weekly column covering all things NFL related. He is originally from California, but now resides in Northern Arkansas with his beautiful wife and best friend, Debbie. Follow Steve on Twitter @SteveMassey9


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  1. Steven Keys Sep 26 20121:32 am

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    Guess I’m gonna’ go it alone. I’m siding with the replacement referees, Stevo. This ref-rage, fueled by ESPN and the mainstream media, is more annoying to me than the disputed call. Boo-hoo, Packer-backers. You’re troubled teamed stunk-it-up (Seattle wasn’t any better with their run-rabbit-run QB) and it didn’t work out. Cry me river. How many titles ya’ got, twelve?

    If you can tune-out the biased ESPN anchors you’ll see in the replay that Tate’s left arm & hand are hidden from view and likely clutching or on the ball. Where else would they be? That makes it a simultaneous catch.

    Who should you blame? Whoever created this Age of Enablement where everything is cause for conflict. I’m not too pleased with ESPN these days, either.

    1. Steve Massey Sep 26 20128:41 am

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      Steven, I always welcome your voice on a matter. “…ref-rage…” Love the term, but would love to see it behind us so much more. “Boo-hoo Packer-backers.” Spoken like a true and passionate Viking fan (I feel the love).
      As for the ESPN bias, I watched mostly the league owned and run NFL channel yesterday—and they have some bias of their own—as they inundated their audience with all the reasons that, while this may not have been a touchdown in the truest sense of the word, the ruling was correct. Bias-schmias, I know what I saw on Monday night, but that’s okay if we see it differently.
      As far as the “age of enablement” and “cause for conflict”, well that’s a little deeper in the human psyche than my mind is willing (or able) to delve.
      I really would love to put the entire officiating theme to bed forever. I had a great piece on coaching decisions planned for today’s column, and until the last play of the game on Monday, that hadn’t changed. I guess that’s why I call it Hump Day Audible.
      I feel your frustration, Steven, and as always, I appreciate your thoughts.

      1. Steven Keys Sep 26 201212:57 pm

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        Like your comment, Steve, on having to call an “Audible” with our writes (“I had a great piece on coaching decisions planned”). Bummer. You should do it anyway, sounds like a good topic.

        I’m glad the NFL & regular-refs reached agreement (and that Mr. Jasper gave us another one of his timely updates for I would’ve been clueless for days). I was starting to get a little worried for the replacement-ref’s safety, given the growing animosity. I’m guessing that was a big motivation between the sides to make compromise.

  2. Adrian Fedkiw Sep 26 20121:47 am

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    Saying this is the worst call in the history of officiating is a bit much, Don Dinkinger would be offended!

    1. Steve Massey Sep 26 20121:16 pm

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      Adrian, you are a well studied young man. ’85 series, I remember the game and the call, but I must confess that I googled the name, Don Denkinger, to jostle the memory.

      Denkinger’s boner happened in the series, and was equally as terrible a call, and perhaps that alone should qualify it as worse. It certainly was a bigger goof. He didnt have the benefit of instant replay on his side, and the Cards still could have won the game. It seems six one way, and half-dozen the other to me, but yours is a valid point.

      I read your writing bio, you’re good, and I’ll be dropping in to give you a read very soon.

      Thanks for the read.

      1. Adrian Fedkiw Sep 26 20124:41 pm

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        thanks for the spelling lesson and compliment haha.

  3. Steve Burgoyne Sep 26 20124:17 am

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    I’m Not feeling it Steve….I blame the striking refs. But you my friend should be blaming the owners. Again another well written article well done.

    1. Steve Massey Sep 26 20121:39 pm

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      Heya, Stevie, thanks for reading.

      I’m mad at all of them, but the league has drawn my most recent wrath for its stubborn refusal to apologize (for anything…ever). It sounds as if both parties and have reached an agreement…AAAHHH! I got a little dizzy from the head rush. Now we can get back to football.

      I appreciate the comment.

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