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Bills owner Terry Pegula not happy with NFL replay process following Kelvin Benjamin play vs. Patriots

Ryan Hannable
December 26, 2017 - 2:27 pm

On Sunday, many Bills players expressed their displeasure with the ruling on the Kelvin Benjamin overturned touchdown at the end of the first half.

It was ruled a touchdown, but after a long review it was overturned and ruled an incomplete pass.

On Tuesday, Bills owner Terry Pegula also complained about the call and replay process on WGR 550.

"I don't know what's going on, but we have to fix it," Pegula said, via ESPN's Mike Rodak. "And I'm not saying that as the owner of the Bills, I'm saying that as a football fan. We can't have stuff like this happening in our league."

Added Pegula: "Replay was developed by this league to correct obvious mistakes. And if you got to look at at play 30 times from five different angles, and keep looking at it, and looking at it and looking at it, you go with the call on the field. That's what the league has been doing ever since replay started. As a matter of fact, Dean Blandino, who was the head of replay last year, said last year that was a touchdown."

Pegula expects to hear from the NFL regarding the ruling.

"I can tell you this, since we've had this discussion, I'm sure I'll be having another conversation with somebody," he said. "If it's unfriendly from the other side, I can dish back on unfriendly too, because it's a little upsetting."

The Bills are currently missing the postseason, but can get in with a win and some help on Sunday.

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