NFL Week 4 Officiating Angles: Finding Edges in Buccaneers-Saints, Raiders-Chargers and Seahawks-Giants

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This column went 2-1 last week, improving to 5-4 on the season. We cashed Unders in Pats-Jets and Eagles-Bucs, but missed the Over in Saints-Packers. The referees' tendencies figured heavily into our handicapping.

This season, Joe Gibbs (not the Hall of Fame coach, the NFL referee expert who tweets @NFLrefstats1) is collaborating with SportsLine to provide weekly officiating angles. He analyzes the NFL referee assignments from the moment they are released each Tuesday.

Before you make any Week 4  NFL picks  or NFL parlays, you need to see what Gibbs and SportsLine senior analyst Larry Hartstein have to say about the officiating crews' tendencies.

A former lead writer for Covers and The Linemakers, Hartstein combines a vast network of Vegas sources with an analytical approach he honed working for Pro Football Focus. Larry tied for 52nd place (out of 1,598 entries) in the 2022 Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest, going 53-34-3 ATS. Those selections formed the basis of his SportsLine NFL best bets, which finished 36-26-1 last season and began this season 6-3 through three weeks.

We can tell you Hartstein and Gibbs are betting Under 40.5 in Buccaneers-Saints, expecting New Orleans to cash its 10th straight Under dating to last season. Shawn Hochuli's crew is calling the NFC South game, and all-time Hochuli is 21-11-1 (66%) to the Under in divisional games.

This season, Hochuli has called 57% of his overall penalties on the offense, including a whopping 44% on offensive lines. "Hochuli ranks second at calling offensive holding penalties this season," Gibbs told SportsLine. "He regularly ranks highly in this category but through three games this year he is averaging 3.33 offensive holding penalties per game."

In his career, Hochuli is 46-35-2 (56%) to the Under, including 2-1 this season.

Hartstein also is sharing key officiating angles in Raiders-Chargers and Seahawks-Giants. You need to see this key referee data before locking in your picks!

So which side of Buccaneers-Saints has the edge ? And what other officiating edges can be found on the Week 4 slate ? ... Join SportsLine right now to see Larry Hartstein's Week 4 NFL officiating trends, all from the expert who went 53-34-3 in the SuperContest last year !

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Brad Allen is the referee for Thursday Night Football this week as the Jaguars face the Bengals.

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Brad Allen is the referee for this week’s edition of Thursday Night Football as the Jaguars travel to Cincinnati to face the Bengals. Clete Blakeman and his crew are off this week.

Scheduled assignments are subject to change.

Thursday, Sep. 30

  • Jaguars at Bengals   NFLN  â€” Brad Allen

Sunday, Oct. 3

  • Titans at Jets  â€” Adrian Hill
  • Chiefs at Eagles  â€” Land Clark
  • Panthers at Cowboys  â€” Jerome Boger
  • Giants at Saints  â€” Brad Rogers
  • Browns at Vikings  â€” Tony Corrente
  • Lions at Bears  â€” Shawn Smith
  • Texans at Bills  â€” Ron Torbert
  • Colts at Dolphins  â€” Alex Kemp
  • WAS Football Team at Falcons  â€” Clay Martin
  • Seahawks at 49ers  â€” Carl Cheffers
  • Cardinals at Rams  â€” Shawn Hochuli
  • Steelers at Packers  â€” Scott Novak
  • Ravens at Broncos  â€” Craig Wrolstad
  • Buccaneers at Patriots   NBC  â€” Bill Vinovich

Monday, Oct. 4

  • Raiders at Chargers   ESPN  â€” John Hussey

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NFL Referee Assignments Week 17: Refs Assigned for Sunday Games

O fficiating and penalties, called or not, have been major topics throughout the NFL this season. There have been 11.9 penalties per game in 2023, which is consistent with how many were called over the last three seasons. There were 13.4 penalties per game in 2019 before dropping to 11.1 per game in 2020.

With 16 games, there will only be one crew without an assignment this week.

NFL Referee Assignments for Week 17

All times Eastern and game day Sunday unless stated otherwise. All penalty stat information is courtesy of NFLPenalties.com .

Miami Dolphins at Baltimore Ravens | 1:00 p.m.

Clete Blakeman

New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills | 1:00 p.m.

Atlanta Falcons at Chicago Bears | 1:00 p.m.

Adrian Hill

Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans | 1:00 p.m.

Scott Novak

Las Vegas Raiders at Indianapolis Colts | 1:00 p.m.

Shawn Smith

Carolina Panthers at Jacksonville Jaguars | 1:00 p.m.

Carl Cheffers

Los Angeles Rams at New York Giants | 1:00 p.m.

Arizona Cardinals at Philadelphia Eagles | 1:00 p.m.

Bill Vinovich

New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers | 1:00 p.m.

San Francisco 49ers at Washington Commanders | 1:00 p.m.

Ron Torbert

Pittsburgh Steelers at Seattle Seahawks | 4:05 p.m.

Shawn Hochuli

Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos | 4:25 p.m.

Craig Wrolstad

Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs | 4:25 p.m.

John Hussey

Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings | 8:20 p.m.

Clay Martin

The Raiders fired head coach Josh McDaniels in October and named Antonio Pierce the interim head coach. Under McDaniels, the Raiders went 3-5 and had 5.5 penalties per game in the first eight games. With Pierce in charge, the Raiders are 4-3 and have dropped their penalties per game to 3.4.

After 12 games, the Bills were outside of a playoff spot with a 6-6 record. Buffalo averaged seven penalties per game in the first 12 weeks of the season. After a bye, the Bills have won three straight games, and their penalties are down to four per game.

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Adrian Hill and his crew have worked 14 games, and there is a 29-penalty difference between home and away teams. They have called 100 penalties on the visitors and 71 penalties on the home team. Away teams are 6-8 when Hill’s crew is calling the game. They have the Falcons at the Bears this week.

Each season, officials are assigned to referees from the NFL’s officiating roster . You can see the full crews for the 2023 season in our handy guide.

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NFL Referee Assignment for Super Bowl 58 & Impact on NFL Betting

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We tend to only focus on NFL referees after a controversial decision or bad no-call. Yet each head NFL referee and his respective crew interprets the game differently.

Gaining insight into the way a game will be officiated can have immense value in the betting market.

A referee who calls more penalties for defensive holding and roughing the passer has a far different impact on game flow than a ref who focuses more on offensive holding and false starts.

Referee style one week may hide a team’s weakness (defensive backs), but a different official who leans heavily on calling pass interference will compound that weakness the next week.

Same team. Different outcomes.

Throughout this 2023 NFL season, we’ll help to identify important trends and tendencies by different NFL referees to help you gain an edge when placing a bet .

Sharp Football Analysis has every angle of Chiefs vs. 49ers covered in our Super Bowl 58 Hub .

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Bill Vinovich’s Impact on Chiefs vs. 49ers in Super Bowl 58

The Chiefs and 49ers meet in Super Bowl 58. The game will officiated by Bill Vinovich, his third Super Bowl as a head referee.

Bill Vnovich was in charge of proceedings in the Chiefs’ 31-20 victory over the 49ers in Super Bowl 54 to conclude the 2019 NFL season. This game marks the first time the same referee has officiated a Super Bowl rematch.

Vinovich is the epitome of a “let ‘em play” referee, especially in postseason games.

We have detailed the decline in offensive holding penalties throughout these playoffs versus regular season averages. Expect that to continue in Super Bowl 58.

San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa brought the issue to the media’s and hopefully the officiating crew’s attention in the lead-up to the big game.

The Chiefs have been the number one beneficiary of the reduction in offensive holding in the playoffs. It would be an ideal scenario for the 49ers to see more offensive holding calls in Super Bowl 58, but that is unlikely.

The all-star officiating crew is a topic of conversation when assessing the Super Bowl. How can we preview a game if the referee in charge doesn’t have the entirety of his regular season crew on the field?

It’s a valid point, and we did an in-depth look at this last week.

If there is one surefire playoff trend, regardless of the crew makeup and the head referee, it’s the emphasis on reducing overall penalties.

Look for the Vinovich-led crew in Super Bowl 58 to follow that script.

Now, let’s assess the strengths and weaknesses of the teams in the Super Bowl from a penalty perspective and how the officiating of the Bill Vinovich-led crew will potentially impact these games

Penalty Tendencies:

  • Since Bill Vinovich’s first Super Bowl as a head referee between the Patriots and Seahawks in 2015, his games are averaging 9.5 penalties for 78.4 yards. Keep these numbers in mind for any penalty props that may be available for this Super Bowl
  • The Chiefs overall offense and offensive line issues were well-documented throughout the 2023 season. The penalty issues for the Kansas City offense have seen a sharp decline in their playoff run
  • The Chiefs averaged 5.3 penalties per game in the 2023 regular season, with 63% committed by their offense. That averages out to around 3.5 offensive penalties per game
  • The Chiefs are averaging just 2.6 penalties per game on their current playoff run, with the offense responsible for 70% of penalties. That amounts to around 1.8 offensive penalties per game, a significant drop from the regular season average. Since the drop in offensive penalties is primarily via offensive holding, it’s a huge boon to a Kansas City offense that struggled at times in 2023
  • The decline in offensive holding is standard operating procedure every season in the playoffs. The NFL wants an aesthetically pleasing product in highly viewed postseason games. It just so happens Kansas City is the biggest beneficiary of this in 2023
  • The 49ers offense is responsible for just 46% of the team’s overall penalties in 2023, with their offensive line responsible for just 24% of the team’s overall penalties
  • The 49ers were a below-average penalized team for offensive holding in 2023
  • In their Super Bowl 54 matchup in 2020, there was one offensive holding penalty called by Vinovich’s crew. More notable in that game were the non-calls, particularly in situations involving the aforementioned Nick Bosa 
  • The 49ers and Chiefs defensive units are the two least impactful at generating offensive holding penalties on the opposing offenses in 2023, ranking 31st and 32nd respectively. In their five combined playoff games in the 2023-24 playoffs, these defenses have generated one accepted offensive holding penalty and have had one additional call declined
  • Vinovich ranks second for false start penalties per game
  • The 49ers and Chiefs share a common trait in penalties surrendered via passing plays. Defensive pass interference makes up the bulk of penalties surrendered in this category, with 61% of the Chiefs’ infractions and 58% of the 49ers’
  • The back judge in Super Bowl 58 is from the Land Clark crew. One of the more controversial no-calls in 2023 came in Chiefs at Vikings in Week 5. It was a late-game defensive pass interference by L’Jarius Sneed on Vikings wide receiver Jordan Addison . The flag was thrown by the side judge but picked up after a discussion with the back judge and head referee Land Clark.
  • The 49ers and Chiefs offenses are top five beneficiaries of defensive holding infractions
  • The Vinovich-led crew has members from the Clark, Shawn Hochuli, and Tra Blake crews. All three were above average calling defensive holding.
  • Vinovich is co-ranked number one for illegal use of hands penalties and second overall for illegal block in the back penalties in 2023. These are two categories the Chiefs are highly penalized in versus league average. These infractions are more likely to get called in Super Bowl 58 with the Vinovich and Hochuli crews heavily represented in this game
  • No referee has called fewer roughing the passer penalties than Vinovich since the start of the 2018 NFL season, averaging one approximately every seventh game officiated. This is far fewer than other referees over that same stretch. Across the board, the average is one roughing the passer penalty approximately every 2.5 games officiated. Keep these roughing the passer numbers in mind for penalty-specific prop bets in Super Bowl 58
  • In playoff games, Vinovich-led crews have called just one roughing the passer penalty in 14 contests officiated since the 2012 season. The inclusion of two Hochuli crew members is the only cause for concern about roughing the passer, as they led the NFL in this category. However, at the end of the day, Vinovich runs this outfit and his numbers override everything else.
  • Conversely, Vinovich-led crews in those 14 playoff games have called 13 unnecessary roughness penalties
  • Pre-snap penalties are to be avoided at all costs. The Chiefs were one of the best in the NFL this season, ranking 30th overall. It’s worth noting, four of the five teams with the fewest pre-snap penalties in 2023 made the playoffs

Bottom Line:

  • Vinovich-led crews are 60-39-2 (60%) to the under since the start of the 2018 NFL season, including 10-7 (60%) to the under in 2023
  • In playoff games dating back to 2012, Vinovich is 9-8 to the under. The Chiefs’ 31-20 victory in Super Bowl 54 stayed under the closing total of 52.5 points. We are dealing with a far lower number in this contest
  • A little-mentioned factor in the lead-up to this game is the new grass field surface at Allegiant Stadium. Last year’s surface in Arizona was a debacle, and it favored the offenses. From an in-game wagering perspective, the focus on offensive holding, or the probable lack thereof, is issue No. 1. The second piece to the puzzle is field conditions. Those two factors alone will impact the total as much as anything else

If the 49ers bring their “A” game, they can win Super Bowl 58. At their best, San Francisco looked near unbeatable in the 2023 season.

However, it’s been a while since we’ve seen that form, and frankly, they were fortunate to win their first two playoff games.

We thought the Ravens would be a tough out in the AFC Championship, but the moment proved to be too big for them.

The positive for the 49ers is that they have a loaded roster with high-IQ players who shouldn’t make the same discipline-related errors that contributed to the Ravens’ downfall. The team needs to play its best game from the get-go in Super Bowl 58.

Conversely, the Chiefs’ fast starts have had them largely control games during their playoff run. Its coaching staff and its core group of players provide them with an edge in this matchup. This is especially true at the quarterback position.

The bottom line is they won’t beat themselves, making the Kansas City Chiefs the play in this game and the winner of Super Bowl 58.

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Super Bowl 58 Referee Crew & Penalty Trend

Heading into the 2023 NFL playoffs, the three referees most likely to officiate the Super Bowl were Bill Vinovich, John Hussey, and Shawn Hochuli. It’s no surprise five of the seven Super Bowl officials are members are from these crews.

Two members apiece are from the Bill Vinovich and Shawn Hochuli crews.

The remaining three officials are from the John Hussey, Tra Blake, and Land Clark officiating crews.

These five crews represent 30% of all officiating crews in the NFL, which is a key number when detailing the following penalty categories.

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September 26, 2013 By jon

Week 4 of the NFL kicks off tonight in St. Louis with Jeff Triplette , and we have the full schedule of refs for this week posted on our week 4 page .

If you see any calls or actions that are noteworthy, use the comments on this post to discuss them.

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I see a lot of pick plays with wes welker in Denver why are they not called

Could Major League Baseball See Its First-Ever Woman Umpire This Year? Jen Pawol Makes Spring Training Debut Saturday

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Jen Pawol, a 47-year-old former softball player, will be the first woman to umpire a Major League Baseball spring training game in nearly two decades on Saturday—and is poised to become the first-ever woman to umpire a regular season game when the season gets underway this spring.

PORTLAND, ME - AUGUST 27: Minor league umpire Jen Pawol signals to other umpires during the first ... [+] Portland Sea Dogs v. Hartford Yard Goats game of the evening on August 27, 2022. (Photo by Sam Mallon for The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Pawol is set to be on the umpire crew of Saturday’s exhibition game between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros, according to multiple media outlets, making her the third woman umpire assigned to a Major League spring training game and the first since Ria Cortesio did it in 2007.

MLB announced earlier this month that Pawol was one of 24 minor league umpires assigned to a full-time schedule during this year’s spring training, putting her in a prime position to be called up to a regular-season Major League game this season; according to the Associated Press, last year, 21 of 26 full-time spring training umpires were added to the in-season call-up list, and USA Today reported last week she’s expected to be on the call-up list.

When Pawol’s month-long spring training assignment ends, she’ll be sent back down to Triple-A, the highest level of Minor League baseball play, where she’ll work as a crew chief, according to ESPN—but as a member of the call-up list, she could be called to take over in a Major League game at any time during the regular season, in the same way Minor League players get called up to fill in gaps at the Major League level.

The New Jersey native is an accomplished athlete herself, having played softball for Hofstra University and the U.S. women’s softball team in 2001, according to MLB.com.

She’s also amassed significant umpiring experience, working as a Minor League coach since 2016, when she got her start in the Gulf Coast League, more recently umpiring at the Triple-A level— culminating in a chance to work as home plate umpire at the Triple-A National Championship game last year.

Crucial Quote

“The male/female thing literally never went through my mind,” Pawol said of her historic rise through the umpiring ranks, per ESPN. “It was just, ‘I can do that.’”

9. That’s how many women have umpired at the Minor League level as of 2022, according to CBS, but the outletalso noted nine women are expected to umpire minor league games this year.

Key Background

When Pawol stopped playing, she was working to become a teacher in New York but felt unsatisfied, according to the Associated Press. She was drawn to return to competition through umpiring and spent six years as an NCAA umpire before getting her shot in the minors. Cortesio was the last woman who neared a chance at the Major League level, but was ultimately released by Major League Baseball the same year she made her spring training debut. Major League Baseball lags behind other sports that have already integrated women officials into regular season games. The National Basketball Association introduced Violet Palmer as its first-ever woman referee in 1997 and has since expanded the number of women referees working in the league. The NFL brought on Sarah Thomas as a referee in 2015—she also made history by becoming the first woman to officiate the Super Bowl in 2021.

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