NFL Fans React to Blatant Pass Interference That Helped Colts Upset Ravens

NFL fans and analysts react to a pass interference no-call that could have changed the ending of the Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens game.

After rallying to force overtime with a field goal late in regulation, the Indianapolis Colts defeated the Baltimore Ravens 22-19 on a game-winning field goal. How they got into position for the score, however, stirred some controversy.

Colts-Ravens Missed Pass Interference Penalty

After a pair of punts and a Colts turnover on downs, Baltimore got the ball back at its own 46 with a chance to drive down the field for a game-winning score.

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The Ravens faced 4th-and-3 from the Indianapolis 47, and Lamar Jackson looked to Zay Flowers for a pass near the line to gain, but Flowers was pulled down by E.J. Speed as he stretched out to try and make the catch.

If pass interference had been called, the Ravens (2-1) would have been awarded an automatic first down and had possession within kicker Justin Tucker’s range for a game-winning field goal attempt. Instead, the Colts (2-1) got possession and converted one first down before Matt Gay made a 53-yard field goal to win it.

Baltimore also had a chance to win in the final seconds of regulation, but Tucker missed short on a 61-yard field goal try.

Fans React To No-Call

Ravens fans and pundits alike took to Twitter to voice their frustrations about the lack of a penalty on the crucial play.

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