NFL officials in mid-season form with terrible call during Texans-Chiefs opener

Sports
🤷🏾‍♂️

The defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs really don’t need the zebras doing them any favors on the field. As we saw in the first half of their season opener against the Texans, these Chiefs are fully capable of embarrassing their opponents.

Unfortunately for the Texans, they were on the wrong end of a horrible call late in the second quarter with Kansas City up 14-7.

It came in the form of what officials on hand at Arrowhead Stadum in Kansas City deemed a horse collar tackle by Texans linebacker Zach Cunningham on Pro Bowl tight end Travis Kelce.

#NFL officials seem to be in mid-season form. Horse collar? Come on. #ChiefsKingdom pic.twitter.com/GPWosPtqkN

— Sportsnaut (@Sportsnaut) September 11, 2020

It was just an atrocious call and set up the Chiefs for a chip-shot 29-yard field goal to take a double-digit lead into the half.

Those watching the game were having none of it.

Not a great call

— Les Bowen (@LesBowen) September 11, 2020

Lol Cunningham was getting facemasked during the horse collar

— Jonathan Jones (@jjones9) September 11, 2020

Bad call

— Levi Damien (@LeviDamien) September 11, 2020

Kielce grabbed Cunningham’s face mask though.

— Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) September 11, 2020

Kelce facemasks Cunningham…which is never called…yet they call the defender for horse collar. #ChiefsKingdom #WeAreTexans

— Zig Fracassi (@ZigFracassi) September 11, 2020

Thaaaaat’s not a horse-collar tackle. It may be illegal per the NFL, but that’s not what that is.

— Doug Farrar (@NFL_DougFarrar) September 11, 2020

So , a horse collar no longer needs to be a horse collar. Another small step in the decline of football.

  Chargers own team doctor punctured Tyrod Taylor’s lung, Justin Herbert to start Week 3

— howardfineman (@howardfineman) September 11, 2020

How is it a horse collar when the TE has firm hold of @ZCunningham_LB’s face mask? #Offensesellstickets

— Hunter Hillenmeyer (@hthill) September 11, 2020

So you don’t have to grab the collar for it to be a horse collar tackle? Ok

— Jerry Azumah (@JerryAzumah) September 11, 2020

…read more

Source:: Sportsnaut

      

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *