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Friday, November 29, 2019 NFL world reacts to refs missing horrific hit to Trubisky ' s head | Small Question How the official standing right behind Mitchell
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NFL officials have come under plenty of scrutiny this season for missed calls. At a time when the league is emphasizing player safety, officials during the early Thanksgiving game missed a horrific head to Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky’s head.
After making a throw, Trubisky immediately drew a shot to the head from Detroit Lions safety Tavon Wilson. The blow from Wilson hit Trubisky like a punch, forcing his jaw up before falling to the turf.
How does the ref standing here miss that?— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson)
Somehow, the officials standing right near the hit completely missed it. As replay showed multiple angles of the hit, the NFL world quickly took to Twitter to blast the officials for the missed call and the failure to actually protect players.
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Either way, these refs really blew it by missing an obvious call. Don’t forget to subscribe to TPS and make sure you hit the bell and turn on our notifications and join the notification squad For copyright matters please contact us at: email@example.com All images licensed through GettyImages Host
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There’s a referee literally staring at Trubisky get hit on the head… and nothing is called. Officiating has hit rock bottom— trey wingo (@wingoz)
What was Tavon Wilson trying to do there other than what it looked like?— Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi)
Refs don’t even respect Mitch.— ✶ SM✶ East (@Eastman5)
For all the ticky tack bs the— Silvy (@WaddleandSilvy) likes to throw a flag for…and then you miss that hit on Trubisky? Just awful.
I’m not sure how the refs didn’t flag Tavon Wilson for hitting Mitch Trubisky in the head.
And if the NFL cares so much about player safety, isn’t *that* the type of play that New York can buzz in and say, “hey, that should be a penalty” instead of, say, pass interference?
NFL world reacts to refs missing horrific hit to Mitchell Trubisky's head
How the official standing right behind Mitchell Trubisky and Tavon Wilson missed this helmet-to-helmet hit we'll never know.After making a throw, Trubisky immediately drew a shot to the head from Detroit Lions safety Tavon Wilson. The blow from Wilson hit Trubisky like a punch, forcing his jaw up before falling to the turf.— Kevin Fishbain (@kfishbain)
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How does a ref stand in front of that play & not see Trubisky get his head taken off?
I also don’t think that’s a catch.— Aaron Leming (@AaronLemingNFL)
Trubisky rocked in the head right after that throw. We only protect good quarterbacks— Ross Read (@RossRead) ?
Trubisky took a huge head shot and I have two queries, if I may:
1. How did the refs miss such an obvious call? (That's kinda rhetorical.)
2. Why after that hit isn't Trubisky being examined for a concussion?— mike freeman (@mikefreemanNFL)
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