Found October 22, 2012 on The Awesome Boston:
PLAYERS: Phil Simms
TEAMS: New York Jets
A.B. Mistakes happen. Announcers get names, numbers & scores wrong all the time. It’s part of the job and they are only human – and the games are live. But New York Nance not understanding what’s happening is beyond a simple mistake. It wasn’t like the Green Bay – Seattle game where whoever made the catch won the game. In this case it was either a fumble and the Patriots win or the Jets are facing 4th down.  The Jets were down 3 and this wasn’t a scoring play – where is the confusion? Phil Simms would have corrected Nance but he was too busy also being a New York homer.

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