15 Nov 2005
Head coach Joe Gibbs spent much of Monday documenting all the officiating mistakes that cost Washington a win against Tampa Bay. Many Redskins players said the game shouldn't have come down to the final play, but oddly, Gibbs didn't agree: "You'd like to say, 'Well, we don't want it to come down to that' "he said. "But to be quite truthful, up here it can come down to that."
Of course, if it wasn't for one controversial play that favored the Redskins (Ladell Betts' kickoff return for a touchdown), we wouldn't be having this conversation. (free registration/bugmenot required)
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