Reaction Pours in on Bad Pass Interference Call That Hurt Ravens

John Harbaugh

As if Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers needed any more assistance against the Baltimore Ravens' injury-depleted secondary, the referees provided it Sunday night.

With the game tied at the start of the second half, the Packers marched down the field and into scoring range. On third-and-10, Rodgers threw an outside pass to Allen Lazard, who was covered by Kevon Seymour. Seymour made minimal contact before Lazard broke away and dropped the pass.

That would've meant a Packers field-goal attempt, but a defensive pass interference penalty gave the Packers a fresh set of downs. They scored on a 9-yard pass to running back Aaron Jones on the next play.

Head Coach John Harbaugh wasn't the only one who thought the Ravens got a raw deal on the call:

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