If there’s one thing that every fan can agree they want to see at the Super Bowl, it’s good officiating.
No matter which team you’re rooting for, no matter who your money may be on, nobody wants to see a bunch of bad calls by the refs dictate who takes home the most coveted prize in football.
The NFL knows this, and that’s why they always put careful consideration into who will and won’t be officiating each year’s Super Bowl. After some careful consideration this year, the league has it’s crew for the big game.
The officiating crew for Super Bowl LVII will be headlined by referee Carl Cheffers. He’ll be joined by umpire Roy Ellison, down judge Jerod Phillips, line judge Jeff Bergman, field judge John Jenkins, side judge Eugene Hall and back judge Dino Paganelli.
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This will be Cheffers’ third Super Bowl appearance. He previously officiated Super Bowl LV between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs two years ago. And prior to that, he worked Super Bowl LI between the Patriots and Falcons—the infamous 28-3 game.
This year’s Super Bowl is set to take place on February 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Right now, it’ll be a battle between either the Chiefs or Bengals, and the 49ers or Eagles.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.