Mike Pereira thinks Ivory scored
On a game changing play in which a fumble was ruled on the field, the former VP of officiating, Mike Pereira, thinks Ivory actually scored on the play instead of fumbling. He also said, and I am paraphrasing, that Dean Blandino's explanation stating officials don't use freeze frames when looking at replays is essentially BS. Here's the video where Pereira analyzes the play.
Hurns got roughed up quite a bit against the Chiefs on Sunday, and in the second half he suffered a concussion.
The Jaguars committed 4 turnovers in Kansas City and weren't helped by a few questionable calls from the coaches and the refs.
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