By Dan Jenkins

The Detroit Lions entered Saturday night’s playoff matchup with the Seattle Seahawks with many, many things going against them.

A three-game losing streak, no wins against playoff teams this year, Matthew Stafford’s injured finger, two offensive linemen missing and having to face Seattle’s dreaded 12th Man.

But — per usual — the Lions had to deal with the referees as well.

Seattle marched down the field midway through the second quarter and scored a touchdown on a fourth down play on the goal line. Seahawks wide receiver Paul Richardson made a phenomenal catch in the back of the endzone while absorbing some contact from Lions safety Tavon Wilson.

However, it looked like Richardson may have gotten away with a grab of Wilson’s facemask in the process.

Wilson was ultimately called for a pass interference penalty and the Seahawks would go up 7-0.

Do you think the call was right, or should it have been a penalty on Richardson? Let us know in the comment section below.

  1. yes, Every single close call will go Seattle’s way. The refs and the national announcers are afraid of the consequences of being honest,

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