NFL world outraged after Bengals Ja’Marr Chase’s touchdown gets overturned vs Bills

Every day the NFL universe is expecting an amazing match in the arena. Sometimes, fans always raise their voice over the unusual decision on the field. On Sunday, the NFL world couldn’t hold the temperature amid the match between the Bills and the Bengals.

The Bengals seemed to convert on a crucial third-and-goal chance with 1:55 remaining in the first half of Sunday’s AFC divisional stage clash with the Bills. On the field, quarterback Joe Burrow threw a touchdown when he connected with diving wideout Ja’Marr Chase in the back of the end zone.

But the NFL review authorities subsequently changed their minds, claiming that Chase lost control of the ball at some point during the reception. When Cincinnati was faced with a fourth-and-goal, they called on kicker Evan McPherson for a 28-yard field goal, which they made.

After yet another high-profile game with a contentious catch judgment, NFL observers and commentators responded with outrage, disbelief, and uncertainty.

For others, the league’s decline may be traced back to the stricter catch regulations.

Particularly contentious was the fact that new information appeared to be sufficient to reverse the call made on the field.

Conversely, an old but still relevant tweet from MLB veteran Brandon McCarthy resurfaced.

Some other responses that stood out on social media were as follows:




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