Replacement Ref Who Blew Packers-Seahawks Was Mostly Concerned With Looking Decisive

The Golden Tate hail mary Monday Night clusterfuck was one of the all-time national NFL stories, but everyone moved on fairly quickly. The regular referees came back next week, the standings weren't permanently affected (though the loss gave the 49ers home field against Green Bay in the playoffs), and one of the most… »3/04/13 3:45pm3/04/13 3:45pm


The Scab Who Blew The Seattle Touchdown Call Now Wants To Get Paid For Interviews

You remember Lance Easley, yes? Side judge who signaled "touchdown, Seattle," overruling his colleague and singlehandedly becoming the biggest reason the lockout ended when it did. It's not often someone gets famous for being bad at his job, but if Lance Easley is going to be bad at his job, he might as well try to… »9/28/12 4:45pm9/28/12 4:45pm

Official Who Signaled Seahawks Touchdown Was Deemed Not Ready For Division I Football This Summer

To clear things up: Yes, the owners are wholly responsible for the lockout. But we identify and delve into the backgrounds of the replacement refs not to be mean, but for two legitimate reasons. First, they're scabs, and without them crossing the picket line, the lockout would have been over months ago. And second,… »9/26/12 9:35am9/26/12 9:35am