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Topic - Ken Roan
Replacement officials are getting to Bill Belichick, too.
The NFL and the officials' union were talking again.
Week 3 of the NFL produced more suspect calls during several games, and it also produced a meeting between the league and the locked out officials' union.
Suspect officiating decisions during several games contributed to a chaotic third Sunday of the NFL season.
"My interpretation of it was that he could do that based upon the time factors and not knowing it was a challengeable play to begin with when he called timeout," Roan said. "If you don't have a timeout to lose, you can't make a challenge."