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NFL calls replay reversal 'judgment' call


December 09. 2013 5:37PM
Associated Press



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(AP) Colts coach Chuck Pagano isn't looking for an apology over Jeff Triplette's latest officiating controversy.


One day after the ref reversed a call on fourth-and-goal, giving the Bengals a touchdown at the end of the first half instead of the Colts a stop, Pagano says he's still waiting to hear from the NFL.


Triplette made the change after he said the replay showed BenJarvus Green-Ellis was not touched after he stumbled to the ground short of the goal line even though it appeared Colts nose tackle Josh Chapman tripped up Green-Ellis in the backfield. Green-Ellis then bounced into the end zone.


NFL spokesman Greg Aiello explains in an email to The Associated Press that it was a "judgment call."


The debate comes one week after the NFL said Triplette's crew made a mistake in the Giants-Redskins game.


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Associated Press


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