Do You Trust the NFL? | Trust In Sports
Who do you think the position of the ball should have been awarded to? Should have it been ruled an interception or a touchdown?
The NFL is apparently closer to reaching a deal with the original referees. The NFL has been using replacement referees from Division III colleges and high schools for the first three weeks of the season. The NFL’s decision to use replacement referees over experienced referees conflicts with the competency pillar. The NFL is trusted to put the best performance on the field including players and yes, referees. How can fans trust the NFL if the officiating of the game is subpar?
During the Monday Night Football game between the Seahawks and the Packers, Seahawk’s Golden Tate and Packer’s M.D. Jennings both appeared to have caught the ball simultaneously in the end zone in the game’s final play. The replacement referees eventually ruled it a touchdown for Seattle and the Seahawks won the game because of the call.
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