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Twitter explodes after controversial Bills touchdown reversal

For the second week in a row, NFL officials made a controversial reversal of a touchdown against the New England Patriots – and this Sunday, the victims were the Buffalo Bills.

Officials have now reversed touchdowns this season against the Patriots by the Houston Texans, the New York Jets, the Pittsburgh Steelers last week and the Bills.

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What the referee said about overturned Kelvin Benjamin TD catch

NFL observers and media across the nation erupted on Twitter after officials reversed the touchdown, rendering null and void Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin’s acrobatic catch from quarterback Tyrod Taylor in the back of the end zone. The touchdown would have put the Bills ahead before halftime in a game crucial to their playoff chances.

Here was the official explanation via the NFL Operations Department.

And here was the response to the ruling and the day's officiating, starting with former Bills running back Reggie Bush:

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