— Bring back refs: NFL is harming its product — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
Bring them back. For the sake of the game, please, National Football League owners, settle your labor dispute with the officiating crews and bring them back to the field.
If you don’t, the NFL season won’t have much meaning. Another weekend like the one just concluded and fans will decide that bad calls are just as likely to determine the outcome of games as the play of the teams. The replacement officials just aren’t cutting it. For the integrity of professional football, that’s not good. ...
— Class warfare comes to Monday Night Football — St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial
We interrupt the presidential campaign, every other political campaign, the looming "fiscal cliff," Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan and the rollout of the iPhone5 to note that on Tuesday, the biggest story in America was that the Green Bay Packers lost a "Monday Night Football" game to the Seattle Seahawks because a replacement official blew a call.
Oh, the humanity. ...
— Mad at NFL referees for call in Packers-Seahawks game? Here’s how to show it — Kevin Modesti | Los Angeles Daily News
... If you’re really angry about these refereeing mistakes, and you want to scare the NFL into settling its beef with the real officials, here’s how to show it: Stop talking about pro football until the labor dispute is settled. Stop Tweeting about it and listening to radio shows that flog it. Stop watching the games. ...
— Throwing a penalty flag on football as an election escape — David Sarasohn | The Oregonian
... Monday night, many of us parked ourselves on the couch for a brief escape, to watch a football game that ended up collapsing into incoherence -- because of budgets, pensions and benefits. It was like watching all of Florida 2000 in two minutes in one end zone. ...
— NFL must replace replacement refs — San Francisco Chronicle Editorial
— NFL greed shafts referees and fans — Prescott Daily Courier Editorial
... So the big guy is squeezing the little guy, simply because he can. ...
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