BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – DECEMBER 19: Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers looks to make a pass play in the fourth quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on December 19, 2021 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
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It looks like the Green Bay Packers were the recipient of a pretty controversial pass interference call against the Baltimore Ravens.
The Green Bay Packers are holding a solid 31-24 lead late in the fourth quarter against the Baltimore Ravens. One very controversial pass interference call that led to a touchdown for the Packers earlier in the game is going to be heavily scrutinized if that score holds up and the Packers go on to win.
Plenty of people are going to argue how this shouldn’t have been a touchdown, and they might just be right.
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This one is going to be examined extensively by a few different groups.
Ravens are definitely not thrilled with the way this played out. The folks who typically like to root against the Packers are going to look at this as some sort of evidence of bias on the part of the NFL and its referees.
And then there’s the folks who are generally distrustful of NFL refs. They are for sure going to hold onto this clip for a while.
That’s especially true considering how the Packers currently have a one-touchdown advantage over the Ravens. If Green Bay goes on to win by one score against Baltimore, plenty of people will be outraged over this call for a while.