Super Bowl 52: Did officials blow the Corey Clement touchdown?

Super Bowl 52: Did officials blow the Corey Clement touchdown?

Super Bowl 52: Did officials blow the Corey Clement touchdown?

The two Eagles appeared on Kimmel's show to celebrate their victory over the New England Patriots, and they certainly appeared to be enjoying themselves.

Not long into his viewing experience, Long tweeted his thoughts on the job done by Cris Collinsworth, especially on the Eagles final touchdown play to Zach Ertz. And Philadelphians, even after getting the Lombardi trophy they've craved for decades, are still peeved about it. It calls the former Cincinnati Bengals All-Pro receiver "the most biased and terrible commentator ever".

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"Being a Philadelphia Eagles fan and having to listen to him constantly talk about the Patriots and hardly ever the Eagles during the game made it nearly unbearable".

The Ertz play was the most controversial of the Super Bowl because of how it resembled a TD scored by Pittsburgh that was overturned earlier this season against the Patriots. He eventually called him out on it via Twitter.

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But it's not the only expression of anti-Collinsworth sentiment. That was the case in the third quarter of Super Bowl 52 on Sunday, when Philadelphia Eagles running back Corey Clement caught a touchdown pass that probably shouldn't have counted. "If that ball is not loose in his arms when that last football came down, I give up", said Collinsworth. Clement never allowed the ball to touch the ground and had his left foot already down when he caught the ball. It was, but Collinsworth seemed baffled.

On one hand, Eagles fans had a right to be annoyed during Sunday's game.

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