Found October 20, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
The New England Patriots lost to the New York Jets 30-27 in overtime on Sunday after referees called an obscure and ridiculous unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Pats rookie Chris Jones. The call came on a 54-yard field goal Nick Folk missed wide to the left to keep the game tied at 27. Jones was flagged […]
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  • What a freaking BS call that was...let the players decide the outcome. The jests escaped with a gift and should be sure and send a thank you card to the A Hole that threw that flag.
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