“I’m still gathering information on what exactly took place, but all I know at this point is, when we were out there on the field on offense, there were multiple times I saw a green laser coming from the stands,” Osweiler said. “There were a couple of times it definitely hit me in the eye. And it was very noticeable.”
During the first quarter, some would say the Texans were robbed of a touchdown thanks to a botched call by the refs. Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins tried to run the ball in for a touchdown, but was called out of bounds after running 24 yards.
On Monday night, the Texans appeared to be robbed of a first down by a bad spot on back-to-back plays, a pivotal turning point in their loss to the Raiders. And dozens of games every year see key plays turn on whether the ball is spotted a few inches one way or the other. So is there any way the NFL could use technology to improve the spotting of footballs?