Giants head coach Joe Judge initially did not pick up a pass interception flag called against the Buccaneers in an attempt to change the Giants’ last gas two-point.
Judge Nate Jones correctly threw a flag to intervene, and the judge said it should not be violated by his fellow officers.
“I thought Nate did Perfect call when he threw the flag, ”The judge said, via NorthJersey.com’s Art Stapleton. “So, I do not know why it was taken. We had a good vision and I knew they could not use the Zombotron as a remake. We had a good vision of that too, but, you know, I thought Nate made the right call for the first time. I thought, In general, your first instinct is right, so I’m going to talk about officialization. I thought our comrades played hard.
Buchananers defensive though Antoine Winfield Jr.. Was initially flagged for colliding with the Giants running behind Diane Lewis Just moments before Louis got a two-point replacement pass, authorities stopped it Winfield touched the ball Touching Louise at the same time, there is no interruption. It was a close call, and did not sit properly with the judge.
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