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Barry Sanders, Clay Matthews, Tony Dungy among those upset over refs in Packers-Lions game

Barry Sanders, Clay Matthews, Tony Dungy among those upset over refs in Packers-Lions game


Lions DE Trey Flowers says ‘I didn’t think hands to the chest was a penalty’ after loss to Packers, Oct. 14, 2019 in Green Bay.

Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press

The Green Bay Packers beat the Detroit Lions, 23-22, on a last-second field goal by Mason Crosby.
The Packers moved to 5-1 and took sole possession of first place in the NFC North.
However, that was not the topic of discussion following the clash of rivals at historic Lambeau Field.
Instead, it was several questionable calls by the referees that had people — both current and former NFL players, and other experts — angry in the aftermath of the “Monday Night Football” game.
From Lions legend and Pro Football Hall of Famer Barry Sanders to former Packers linebacker and current Los Angeles Rams player Clay Matthews, here’s a look at the intense reaction to the refs.

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