The NY Giants-Tampa Bay Bucs Monday Night Football game ended in a bit of controversy.
With 28 seconds left to go in the fourth quarter, the Giants scored on a touchdown pass from Daniel Jones to Golden Tate to make the game 25-23.
The Giants proceeded to attempt a two-point conversion to tie the game and Jones went on to throw a pass for Dion Lewis that was incomplete after some contact from Bucs safety Antoine Winfield Jr.
The refs initially called defensive pass interference but then changed the call after conferring on the field.
— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) November 3, 2020
Giants fans felt the play should have been called pass interference because Winfield Jr. hit Lewis before the play was broken up.
— Shaun O'Hara (@ShaunOHara60) November 3, 2020
That was absolutely, 100 percent, pass interference.
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoSNY) November 3, 2020
He literally runs into him before the ball arrives lmao pass interference 😂😂😂 Brady getting bailed out again pic.twitter.com/Ucg0zwF1tq
— John (@iam_johnw) November 3, 2020
Daniel Jones was late on the throw but that doesn’t make that NOT pass interference lol
— Ricky Sanders (@RSandersDFS) November 3, 2020