While a Dolphins’ 22-9 feat vs. a Bills didn’t underline most sparkling descent action, there were quite a few argumentative calls from arbitrate Walt Coleman’s organisation that mostly went in preference of Miami.
Buffalo quarterback Kyle Orton was flagged for conscious education in a finish zone, heading to a safety, even yet it seemed as if receiver Sammy Watkins was in a area of where a round landed. Cornerback Stephon Gilmore was penalized for pass division even yet it seemed as if he only done a good play on a round to mangle adult a Ryan Tannehill pass. And Miami receiver Jarvis Landry was awarded a touchdown even yet his knee competence have been down before a round pennyless a craft of a finish zone.
None of this is to contend those calls — and maybe they were a scold calls — were a reason Buffalo mislaid a diversion (especially given a Bills offense was subpar all night), though after a game, Buffalo’s players weren’t gratified with a diversion officials.
Particularly defensive finish Jerry Hughes who was given an unsportsmanlike control chastisement in a fourth entertain (after he brushed opposite a diversion central and maybe yelled out some unsporting comments), and he pronounced he didn’t know why.
“I did scream since we did get hold on that play. we done certain we yelled, ‘Holding.’ Whatever else came after that, we unequivocally don’t know,” Hughes said, around ESPN.com. “I don’t know. … I’ve never unequivocally seen a holding call missed during a indicate of conflict like that. So we unequivocally don’t know. I’m during a detriment for difference right now.”
Making matters worse for Hughes, he was also flagged for unsportsmanlike control chastisement in Week 6 vs. a Patriots, also interjection to Coleman’s crew. Hughes pronounced he hadn’t lost that one, either.
Meanwhile, Gilmore also didn’t know how to explain his pass division penalty.
Take a demeanour during a play here.
“Everybody [was] revelation me it was a jive call,” Gilmore said. “So it is what it is. They done it. Gotta live with it.”