SJ - November 3, 2020
At the end of the Buccaneers 25-23 win over the Giants the referees picked up a pass interference flag on New York's two-point conversion attempt with 28 seconds left in the game.
The flag was thrown and then picked up after Daniel Jones threw a pass behind running back Dion Lewis in the end zone. The pass fell incomplete after contact from safety Antoine Winfield Jr.
Was it pass interference? That probably depends on if you hate Tom Brady or not.
The Bucs beat the Giants after a flag for pass interference was picked up on New York's two-point conversion attempt.
— ESPN (@espn) November 3, 2020
It looks like a pretty good play by Winfield Jr. to me. He appears to get there as the ball arrives.
If the Giants want the call, Jones has to make a better pass. The pass was behind Lewis causing it to hit Winfield Jr's arm as he makes contact with Lewis.
If Jones could make a better pass they probably wouldn't be a one win team.
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