Refs job Texans in Mexico, Raiders steal a win

Refs job Texans in Mexico, Raiders steal a win

Nov 21, 2016; Mexico City, MEX; Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien reacts during a NFL International Series game against the Oakland Raiders at Estadio Azteca. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 21, 2016; Mexico City, MEX; Houston Texans coach Bill O’Brien reacts during a NFL International Series game against the Oakland Raiders at Estadio Azteca. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

In Mexico, on Monday night, the Raiders were able to separate from the rest of the AFC West. Texans have the opportunity to conduct two games in the AFC South. Raiders took the opportunity to provide Texans 27-20 loss and is 8-2 on the season, while the Texans dropped to 6-4.

Without the help of the officers, but the victory Raiders probably will not materialize.

Refs job Texans in Mexico, Raiders steal a win

Bad officiating begin in the first quarter. In the first ride, the Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler, hit DeAndre Hopkins with a win over the Raiders 24-yard line 36 yards. This should be a touchdown.

As Hopkins ran down the sideline in an open space – there was no one to stop for the end zone – the official blew his whistle to stop play, noting that Hopkins was out of bounds.
“We have all these cameras and we can not do it,” said coach Bill O’Brien Texas. He was right.

Refs job Texans in Mexico, Raiders steal a win

Overview they could not fix the error, because the work has not been considered. And this is the main course lead from the first error: officials should have let the game be developed so that an automatic review of the scoring play came determine whether Hopkins. As a result of this error, opening Texans resulted in three points instead of seven.

And then what happened in the fourth quarter. With the score tied at 20-20, the Texans went off. On the third and 2 line 16 yards Raiders, Texans gets the ball Lamar Miller, who was pushed out the scoreboard in the first place. For each pair of eyeballs, Miller certainly seems to pick up yardage needed to move the sticks. But after the measurement, the officials considered Miller a few short inches.