3 blown calls by the refs that killed the NY Giants vs. Washington
1. The clown show at the end of overtime by the refs
That man featured above is Washington linebacker Jamin Davis, who should have been called for a delay of game towards the end of overtime. After Jones hit James for a big-time gain, the NY offense raced to the line of scrimmage to try and spike the ball, but Davis got in the way to try and take valuable time off the clock. A flag had to be thrown.
That’s classless! Right before Jones spiked the ball too, Jonathan Allen was 100 percent offsides. That should have been five yards for the Giants, which would have made the Graham Gano field-goal attempt a bit easier.
Oh, and don’t forget that James caught the ball at the 43-yard line, but it was spotted at the 45. All in all, that entire sequence was a joke and NY was robbed of important yardage. There’s no excuses for this from the refs.
First, the spot was a nightmare, and then they allowed Davis to get away with his despicable move. Missing the offsides was inexcusable too. How in the heck do you not see that? Each week, the Giants have to play against the officials. We’re tired of this crap and it must change.