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Did Richard Sherman Get Away With A Pass Interference Call at The End of The Game? (Video)

by: Black Adam Schefter On  Tuesday, November 8, 2016

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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was the subject of two controversial non-calls during the Monday Night Football game against the Buffalo Bills, both of which affected the outcome greatly.

In the waning seconds of the first half, Sherman dove at the knees of Bills kicker Dan Carpenter, yet no roughing the kicker penalty was given, eventually resulting in a missed field goal.

During the last play of the game, Sherman seemingly got away with a blatant pass interference call on the very last play of the game when he took out a receiver in the end zone.

But as Sherman pointed out, and as the rulebook states, his hit on the Buffalo receiver was actually legal because Bills QB Tyrod Taylor was out of the pocket at the moment of impact:



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