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Chargers robbed of victory over Raiders by referees?

If Phillip Rivers' arm really wasn't moving forward on that game-changing "fumble" ruling in the fourth quarter Sunday against the Raiders, how could the football possibly have landed 8 feet in front of him, since nobody else touched it after it left his hand?  This is plainly visible if you watch the replay - and it doesn't take a genius to realize that it should have been ruled an incomplete pass.  Instead, the result was an Oakland TD, ending the momentum that had brought the Chargers back from twelve points down, and had them driving for another score.



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