Thursday, November 12, 2009
Pereira runs through Moats' fumble, controversy
By Paul Kuharsky
Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
Here’s a link to NFL Network’s spot with Mike Pereira, VP of NFL Officiating, explaining how officials sorted out the Ryan Moats fumble review in Indianapolis Sunday.
There has been a lot written and said from the Houston point of view suggesting there was definitive evidence that the ball hit Antoine Bethea while he was out of bounds.
My feeling was that it was awfully hard to be so definitive about that piece of it, and I thought it was sorted out correctly.
Pereira said the officiating department “could never find a shot that showed on TV that it touched one of the players while they were out of bounds.
What do you think?
Wild guess: Colts fans will be fine with it, Texans fans will object.