Chiefs’ Andy Reid couldn’t believe this late pass interference call

Andy Reid thought a crucial late-game call could've gone his team's way. It didn't.
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Andy Reid expected to see yellow flags when the Bears threw deep on their game-ending drive.

He just never expected the referees to rule that his cornerback, Marcus Peters, was the interferer and not the interferee.

“I didn't agree with it, but that's hindsight,” Reid told reporters after the game. “I thought, if anything, it was a push off the other way.”

Reid could have a point. Peters locked up Bears receiver Marquess Wilson with a minute left in regulation, but turned his head around to make a play on the ball.

That's when flags poured down, citing Peters for making an aggressive play on a ball in the air. Matt Forte found the end zone just seconds later for the deciding touchdown.

Said Reid about the call: “It's over. Can't do anything about it.”

(h/t Arrowhead Pride)

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