Sunday featured two questionable calls that stood out. One may have helped decide an exciting finish. The other was barely consequential but confusing all the same.
Against the Indianapolis Colts, Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis appeared to have been stopped just short of the goal line. He was, according to replay, hit by a defender and downed before scoring.
The infamous Jeff Triplette disagreed, however, which is a decision that has already drawn major criticism from former officials and media pundits alike.
Sports Illustrated's Peter King tweeted Sunday, "The overturn by Triplette in Cincinnati: disgraceful. Indefensible."
In the Browns and Patriots contest, a game with serious playoff implications, it was a questionable call that helped decide the game.
With less than a minute remaining, Browns cornerback Leon McFadden was flagged on a very questionable pass interference call. That set the Patriots up with a 1st-and-goal opportunity and an eventual win.
The play can be seen here.