Did Jeremy Lane’s ejection affect outcome of Seahawks vs. Packers? | Around the Horn | ESPN

The Around the Horn crew debates if CB Jeremy Lane’s ejection affected the outcome of the Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers Week 1 game.

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  • Brandon Barker
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    Fail Mary, Julio Jones PI call, ball punched out of the end zone. Karmas a bitch. Pack outplayed Seattle anyway we had the ball twice as long as you guys. Your o line is putrid, legion of boom is passed their prime and Russell Wilson is overrated.

  • Jason Cavitt
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    Pete Carroll didn't complain once about the officiating, so why did Plaschke score on that weak-ass straw man point? When Carroll was repeatedly asked about the controversial calls, he put the onus on Cliff Avril for unnecessarily touching Rodgers in the back, admitted when pressed that the pass interference on Jimmy Graham should have given the Hawks a 1st and Goal at the 1-yard line before quickly moving on without belaboring the issue, and emphasized how bad Jeremy Lane felt about the team being hurt by his ejection (while hoping for clarification from the league). The media bombarded Carroll with officiating questions, yet he never blamed the officials for the outcome, and was completely accountable for his team's performance. Unsurprisingly, Plaschke is speaking out of total ignorance here, and Reali is crediting him out of total ignorance. It's all about the uninformed hot take these days.

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