Barry Ritholtz, CEO at FusionIQ, implores NFL owners to settle with professional referees and bring them back to the field. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

See if you can tell that I am a little annoyed at this (watch carefully, it might sneak by you):

Accidentally hilarious:

Bloomberg, Sept. 25 2012

Category: Humor, Sports, Video

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2 Responses to “BloombergTV: `NFL Owners, Get Your Acts Together, You Morons’”

  1. robertgrumbles says:


    Has anyone done a statistical comparison between professional refs and replacement refs? Might be an interesting post.

  2. Greg0658 says:

    we were talking about this at churchbar Sunday morning :-)
    fyi – there are 7 per game on the field
    I still don’t know if there is 7×2 ie: union bookeep’g assistants for each field position.
    I have been educated where the replacements came up from .. but who replaces them?
    in responce to the Green Bay/Seahawks jumpball wrestling match tie goes to the runner .. I’m stayin out of it