Sunday afternoon's Bills-Vikings game was apparently marred by a significant error by the National Football League. The game should not have reached overtime,
according to the officials, as Buffalo lost to Minnesota in extra time. Late in the fourth quarter, it appeared that Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis dropped a throw on the sideline,
but referees ruled it a catch, enabling the drive to continue. It should not have occurred. "The PFWA pool reporter @bylindsayhjones interviewed Walt Anderson,
the NFL's senior vice president of officiating. According to him, Gabe Davis's catch on the final drive should have been ruled incomplete, and they'll have to ask the replay
official why the game was not paused to review "Alaina Getzenberg tweeted. Sunday's fourth quarter, late, Davis appeared to let the ball fall to the ground.
The officials missed the call, but thankfully it did not cost the Vikings the game.