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Sport Officials miss blatant hit to the head on critical fumble in Saints win over Titans

00:40  23 december  2019
00:40  23 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Officials missed a critical penalty on Sunday that had implications for both the playoffs and the safety of Tennessee Big hit leads to pivotal fumble . Trailing 31-28 in the fourth quarter, the Titans took over possession at their It was ruled a catch and a fumble , and the Saints took over possession.

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Officials missed a critical penalty on Sunday that that had implications for both the playoffs and the safety of Tennessee Titans receiver Kalif Raymond.

An inexcusable missed call on Sunday had implications for the playoffs and player safety. (Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)© Provided by Yahoo! Sports An inexcusable missed call on Sunday had implications for the playoffs and player safety. (Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

Late in their matchup with New Orleans Saints, the Titans had a chance to take control of their own playoff path.

The Pittsburgh Steelers had just lost to the New York Jets, giving the Titans the inside track to the second wild card berth in the AFC if they could mount a late comeback against the Saints.

Trailing 31-28 in the fourth quarter, the Titans took over possession at their own 38 with 4:23 remaining. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill looked deep down field to Raymond, who beat Janoris Jenkins on a double move to make the grab over midfield.

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Officials miss blatant hit to the head on critical fumble in Saints ' win over Titans .

As he made the catch, Saints safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson dropped in from zone coverage and leveled Raymond from behind, forcing a fumble that the Saints recovered.

Officials reviewed the play to determine if Raymond had control of the ball before the fumble or if it was an incomplete pass. It was ruled a catch and a fumble, and the Saints took over possession.

But officials on the field missed an obvious hit to the head on a defenseless receiver that should have ruled the fumble moot to begin with.

Replay showed Johnson lower his left shoulder pad into Raymond’s helmet as Raymond was coming down with the ball. The replay above shows Raymond go limp before dropping the ball. Another angle on the Fox broadcast showed clear contact from Johnson’s shoulder pad to Raymond’s head.

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Even though Fox’s broadcast team neglected to acknowledge the illegal hit in their analysis of the play, it was a pivotal missed call.

Johnson remained motionless on the field for several moments with an obvious head injury before walking off the field with the assistance of trainers.

Meanwhile the Saints would take over possession and go on to score a clinching touchdown in their 38-28 victory. A correct call would have resulted in a 15-yard penalty with the Titans retaining possession with a first down with around four minutes remaining.

It was a huge missed call that could have implications on the playoff picture. The Titans are still alive at 8-7, but need multiple things to break their way in Week 17 to avoid elimination.

More importantly, it was a case of NFL officials not doing their job to protect player safety.

Raymond took a violent illegal hit that resulted in a head injury. There’s no excuse in 2019 for the NFL to allow that to happen without penalty.

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