Sunday’s Dallas Cowboys win over the Philadelphia Eagles virtually had a really completely different storyline.
With the Philadelphia Eagles trailing 23-16 within the fourth quarter, quarterback Carson Wentz discovered tight finish Dallas Goedert for what appeared like an enormous 75-yard landing cross to tie the sport.
A flag was thrown close to the purpose of the catch near midfield earlier than Goedert broke by way of the Dallas secondary for the rating.
TD turned over for cross interference
It wasn’t evident through the play what the penalty was. Officers finally introduced that Goedert dedicated offensive cross interference for the swim transfer he placed on Cowboys security Jeff Heath to interrupt free on the play.
Right here is the video of the offensive cross interference on Dallas Goedert that took away his 75 yard landing
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It was commonplace contact on a transfer generally seen on NFL passes that don’t get flagged. As a substitute of a landing, Philadelphia was left looking at second-and-20 from the Dallas 15-yard line.
Eagles bailed officers out
Had the penalty been the distinction within the sport, it might have additionally been the story of the sport. Fortunately for the officers, the Eagles went on to attain a fast landing on the drive to tie the sport at 23-23.
The Cowboys went on to win in additional time with Amari Cooper’s third landing catch of the day. Officers must be happy that he’s making headlines as an alternative of them.
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