Blandino explains fumble call that ended Bengals’ chances

Blandino explains fumble call that ended Bengals’ chances

The Steelers got the best of the Cincinnati Bengals in the latest installment of their bitter rivalry on on Sunday, perhaps due in part to a call late in the game when they were down by 8 and mounting a would-be comeback.

That comeback came to a crashing end as wide receiver Tyler Boyd seemingly lost a fumble after a hit from Steelers LB James Harrison.

But on replay, it appears Tyler’s knee was down when the ball came out. The play was reviewed and upheld.

NFL senior vice president of officiating Dean Blandino agrees with the officials’ decision to let the fumble stand. Listen: