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Why did they invert the two-point black conversion?

Why did they invert the two-point black conversion?

Detroit lost badly to the Cowboys after officials refused to play in the final seconds to an ineligible man

This Saturday Detroit Lions He suffered a dramatic defeat against Dallas Cowboys after The officers were cancelled a Convert 2 points In the last seconds Ineligible recipient.

With 1:41 remaining in the fourth quarter and the score 20-13 vs the black They started their final offensive series from their own 25-yard line.

Quarterback Jared Goff completed passes to tight end Sam LaPorta and wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown to go 75 yards and score a touchdown to cut the deficit to 20-19 with 23 seconds left.

Instead of kicking the extra point to tie the score, coach Dan Campbell went for the win Convert 2 points.

Goff threw a pass to the left end of the end zone after a run fake and an offensive tackle Taylor Decker (No. 68) He grabbed the ball, making the fans celebrate the blackHowever, the officers dropped the handkerchief and pointed it out The offensive lineman was not reported as an eligible receiver Before the match, he scored Illegal touch And The conversion was aborted.

In repetition, this is evident Decker He approaches the official at the same time as he approaches the offensive line. Dan Skipper.

In the next play, also try to Convert 2 pointsGoff was intercepted but that was also ruled out by a penalty against Cowboys.

Detroit He had a third chance to try Convert 2 pointsBut Goff's handoff didn't reach wide receiver Josh Reynolds' hands.

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the the black They also were unable to recover the onside kick after the touchdown and quarterback Dak Prescott only had to take a knee to use up the remaining time on the clock and seal the team's dramatic victory. Cowboys.

Despite the defeat. the black They are already assured of the NFC North title and will earn a playoff berth for the first time in three decades.

the Cowboysfor their part, are in second place in the NFC East and will take the lead in their division if the Philadelphia Eagles lose to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.