Officials breakdown: Walt Coleman

November, 6, 2012
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IRVING, Texas – Walt Coleman’s crew will work Sunday’s game at Philadelphia.

It will be the first time the Cowboys have seen Coleman since Week 13 last year at Arizona, which ended in a 19-13 overtime loss and sent Dallas on its late-season skid.

Coleman’s crew worked the Arizona-Green Bay game last week and called nine penalties for 62 yards. The Packers had one false start penalty. The Cardinals were flagged eight times for 57 yards.

The breakdown:

False start – 2
Offside – 2
Illegal formation – 1
Neutral zone infraction – 2
Personal foul – 1
Horse collar – 1

Quarter by quarter:

First – 3
Second – 2
Third – 1
Fourth – 3

The Cowboys were penalized seven times for 49 yards by Coleman’s crew against Arizona last season. They had two false starts, and Orlando Scandrick was twice flagged for illegal blocks above the waist on punt returns. They also had one illegal formation, defensive holding, delay of game and defensive pass interference penalties each.

Todd Archer

ESPN Dallas Cowboys reporter

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