"Jim Leonhard of the Jets was flagged for a helmet-to-helmet hit at Denver. Tony Corrente was the referee for that game, and his crew deserves credit."
Obviously Easterbrook did not watch this whole game as this crew deserves 0 credit...one of the worst games of officiating I have ever seen.
Here is the link to the whole article:
This morning, on Sirius NFL Radio, I asked Denver coach Josh McDaniels about the play, about replay being used as an aid to help officials on plays that move so fast. "The play happened right near our bench,'' said McDaniels. "[Leonhard] stood right up and said, 'Coach, I didn't hit him in the head.' Jim Leonhard should never have been called for a foul ... We've got to make sure it's done the proper way, and if that means involving the replay official, I'm OK with that ... I guess what I'm saying is if they give the officials on the field the latitude to eject a player, and he really didn't do anything illegal, we better make sure we've taken a look at both sides of it.'' And if that includes replay as a tool to help, so be in.
Pretty sad. NFL f*cks up again!