WATCH: Kevin O'Connell roasts officiating from Sunday's game vs. Bills




 

The Minnesota Vikings were able to beat the Buffalo Bills in overtime by a score of 33-30 but it wasn't without controversy.

The officiating wasn't good on Sunday across the league, but it was especially egregious during Sunday's game against the Bills.

After the game, the VP of Officiating Walt Anderson admitted that the crew made a mistake not reviewing Gabe Davis' catch on the sideline that was not a catch.

There were numerous other mistakes made on the day, including the Bills having 12 men on the field on the Vikings' drive in overtime. On head coach Kevin O'Connell's latest film session, he straight up called out the officials for missing the 12 men on the field.

Harsh, yet incredibly fair words from the Vikings' head coach.

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Story originally appeared on Vikings Wire

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