Missed pass interference call costs Argos valuable points in Grey Cup

A blatant missed pass interference call cost the Argos a chance to extend a key third-quarter drive.

On second and nine from the Calgary 53, Ricky Ray threw a ball intended for S.J. Green, which went incomplete. But rookie Stampeders defensive back Tunde Adeleke committed a clear pass interference call that on the play. No flag was thrown on the play as the drive stalled.

A veteran defensive back watching the game felt it clearly should have been a flag.

There was a Ticats defender who agreed with Jovon Johnson.

3DownNation’s Grey Cup Week analyst Nik Lewis made the most prudent point about the missed call.

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