Kansas city Chiefs Seek a re-match with Green Bay Packers ” NFL set to nulify the Sunday result after ref Brad Allen mishaps “it’s unacceptable result”

Kansas city Chiefs Seek a re-match with Green Bay Packers


NFL fans weren’t all that impressed with the officiating during the Sunday Night football battle been the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs.


The officiating crew blew a big call late in the contest, which saw the Packers come out on top 27-19

With the Chiefs down by eight and in need of a touchdown, quarterback Patrick Mahomes sent a ball deep for Marquez Valdes-Scantling with less than a minute left in the game.

The Chiefs receiver was covered by Carrington Valentine and looked as though he had a chance at catching the ball inside the five-yard line.

However, the Packers cornerback jumped into the back of Valdes-Scantling, which prevented the Chiefs wideout from making an attempt on the ball as he fell to the floor.

Fans left speechless by blown call
The missed call didn’t go over well with fans on social media, with some suggesting the game was rigged in favor of the Packers.

“How the hell is this not pass interference?! And you wonder why people think your league is rigged @NFL,” wrote one fan.

Another added: “An all-time bad call, the NFL again embarrassing itself on prime time.”

One fan was stunned the Chiefs, who some fans believe get favorable calls from officials, were left on the short-end of the stick this time: “Refs were horrible but I’m just shocked the Chiefs didn’t get the flag.”

“How’s that not pass interference? Valdez Scantling got clobbered,” wrote another fan.

Mahomes refuses to blame officials
While fans voiced their displeasure over the missed call, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes refused to blame the officials for the loss.

“If I get the ball out there, then he scores a touchdown. That’s what I’m saying,” Mahomes told reporters after the game.

“You don’t want flags, man. I gotta make the throw. If I make the throw, then I wouldn’t be wanting a flag.”