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NFL officials tried to screw Detroit Lions on final play vs. Falcons but it did not work [Photo]

By now, you have almost certainly seen how the Detroit Lions scored on the final play of the game on Sunday to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 23-22.

On that play, Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford found tight end T.J. Hockenson, who was wide open, for the game-winner.

But did the NFL officials try to screw the Lions?

@thegibb2 on Twitter has us wondering what the hell happened just prior to the final play of the game as the ball was first spotted at the 8-yard line after a Kenny Golladay catch but then respotted at the 11-yard line following the review.

Here is a look at the original spot and then the spot following the review.

Nation, you be the judge. What were the referees trying to do here?

Let us know what you think!

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