The NFL referee issue is as bad as ever but it may not be the fault of the individual refs. The Ringer’s Kevin Clark explains two possible solutions to the referee crisis before delving into Lamar Jackson’s special season and what it means for future prospects. Then, Jason Concepcion of NBA Desktop joins the show to give his solution to the NFL referee problem, read into a bizarre Ask Amy, and accuse the L.A. Times opinion section of lying.
‘Slow News Day’: The NFL Referees Are As Bad As Ever, but It’s Not Their Fault
The officiating issue in the NFL is as bad as ever, but it may not be the fault of the individual refs
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