Refs miss pass disturbance throughout Buccaneers-Eagles game
Sure, it was bad that no penalty was called. Provide Regor credit, he almost handled to secure the pass with Dean interfering with him.
Oct 14, 2021; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Jamel Dean (35) breaks up a pass play to Philadelphia Eagles pass receiver Quez Watkins (16) in the end zone throughout the 3rd quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. Obligatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
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Referees missed a blatant pass interference charge throughout Thursday night football in between the Philadelphia Eagles and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
It is Week 6 of the 2021 NFL season, and it began on Thursday night, as the Philadelphia Eagles hosted the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As it is in almost every video game, the referees missed a blatant charge.
During the game, Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts targeted second-year pass receiver Jalen Reagor down field. Buccaneers cornerback Jamel Dean was on the wideouts back and made contact with his arm prior to the football even reached them.
It sure looked like a pass interference penalty, however not to the on-field officials. Have a look for yourself and you be the judge.
The Eagles discovered themselves in a 28-7 hole after the Buccaneers reached completion zone on a 12-play drive to start the 2nd half. Yet, Philadelphia got better in the second half, as Hurts scored two hurrying goals to cut their deficit to 28-22 with a little under six minutes staying in regulation.
Tampa Bay ran out the clock to secure their 5th success of the season and clinching Philadelphias third loss of the year.