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Old 09-22-2004   #3
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The play with AJ was a force out ruling, and there is another post about this particular catch. A force out is a judgement call by the referees, and it cannot be challenged by the coach or the booth. It isn't reviewable. It's much like how a penalty cannot be reviewed. Although I'm not sure about the 12th man penalty. I can't speak about the play in the Titans game, but if it was simply a matter of ruling whether he was in bound or not then it is reviewable. AJ got one foot in bounds, and was forced out of bound by the defender. It's up to the referee to determine if he would have been able to get both feet in if the defender hadn't pushed him out. The ref decided that he wouldn't have been able to, but he clearly blew the call.
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