The Baltimore Ravens absolutely dominated the Houston Texans on Sunday afternoon, winning 41-7, in what was billed as one of the games of the season before the teams took the field.
That game also included a terribly missed call where the refs hurt the Texans early on with a missed defensive pass interception.
Deandre Watson went deep to DeAndre Hopkins early in the game on a 4th down attempt, but it fell incomplete, largely due to Hopkins being grabbed before the ball got there.
Houston challenged it, and they still upheld the call.
Hopkins, who had 7 catches for 80 yards in the game, took to Twitter and blasted the refs.
“As a leader in the NFL, we need someone new in New York deciding calls,” he tweeted.
The league put in this rule following the 2018 season but it has been horrendous all year long as calls are not getting reversed despite replay evidence.