Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Replacement ref who blew call in Seahawks game writes book, defends call

Lance Easley, the infamous replacement ref who blew the interception call last September during the Packers-Seahawks game, has written a book about it, entitled "Making the Call." In the book, Easley defends his decision that it was simultaneous possession, as well as saying his Christian faith helped him see through the controversy, which included death threats from angered Packers fans. 

In my opinion, the call was terrible, but Packers nation could've handled it better. I mean, it's just a game. There are much bigger problems in the world then who won a dumb football game. While I like football, I don't want to get mad about it. If the Packers had won that night, we'd all still go to work the next day and do the same thing. So what Packers fans need to do now is get over it and move on with their lives. 

1 comment:

Brandon said...

Of course this idiot has written a book. Do something stupid, become a celebrity for it, and go cash in. At this point, this guy has nothing to do with the Packers. They still would have had to beat the 49ers at during in the playoffs, and they obviously weren't up to the task. But it should remain a black mark for the NFL, a multi-billion dollar industry, that tried to save some pocket change with replacement refs and made their games hard to watch for the first couple weeks of the season.