REPORT: NFL Admits The Refs Screwed Over Bears During Game vs Dolphins

One of the more exciting games of Week 9 took place in Chicago as the Dolphins held onto a 35-32 victory over the Bears.

But the game had its share of controversy as there were two notable penalties that were both missed and called against the Bears that ultimately cost them the game.

According to Alex Sharpiro of NBC Sports – Chicago, the NFL admitted to the Bears that the defensive pass interference against Eddie Jackson should not have been called and a defensive pass interference should have been called on the Dolphins for interfering on a deep ball intended for Chase Claypool:

A pass interference call would’ve set the Bears up inside Miami’s 25-yard line, which would’ve been enough for Cairo Santos to tie the game with a field goal or give Chicago a chance to win the game.


Instead, the Bears fell short on fourth-and-10 after Equanimeous St. Brown dropped a beautiful ball from Fields.