Tony Dengi is one of the best men in the NFL fraternity and it takes a lot to fire him. But enough is enough when it comes to the new NFL Challenge Challenge Rules.
Like most NFL watching people, Dungy was dissatisfied with the handling of contested interference calls (or non-calls) caused by the Cowboys 37-18 win over the Giants in the fourth quarter.
Here's a breakdown of an excerpt from DallasNews.com.
The first moment came with the Giants after 23-1
In the subsequent possession of the Cowboys, the unsuccessful challenge returned to pursue Shurmoor and the Giants, as DeAndre Baker was called for questionable interference with Amari Cooper's defensive pass. Repeats showed that Baker had his finger on Cooper's bicep, but the ball probably couldn't be seen.
It makes sense in the league that employees take the new challenge rule personally and do not cancel some of the most obvious missed calls.
Former NFL head coach who is now a NBC analyst
Please NFL do us a favor and don't let coaches dispute Pass Pass Interference call, you make teams lose outs, make your work department seem incapable, and make our fans feel stupid – like we don't know the meaning of the clear, the obvious and the significant!
The tweet was accompanied by a photo revealing a clear display of intervention by the Giants 'defensive back on the Giants' wide receiver during the game. for grossly neglecting the NFL procedure, which requires them to do their jobs to the best of their abilities. But they will rather throw their attacks.
There are many coaches in favor of the new rule, which allows them to challenge the passing of interference calls (or non-calls) during games. But he makes fun games. Plus, when coaches lose challenges, they lose timeouts that affect game results.
In a sense, Dunny wants the NFL to save its coaches from itself and to save fans from those longs,
He argues that it is the job of officials to make these calls while the rule is for challenge gives word to others about every call that complicates the problem.
Dungy does not lose words, so when he speaks people listen. And I am inclined to agree that passing interference challenges (or challenges without calls) can interfere with the game.
Unless my team has to dispute a call.
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