You’ve got to be kidding me: the biggest blown calls of all time

[post_page_title]Mike Renfro’s catch that wasn’t[/post_page_title]
The Oilers and Steeler’s met on January 6, 1980 for the AFC Championships in the Steel City, a game that would end up as a prime example as to why instant replay is necessary. Late in the third, the Oilers’ Mike Renfro beat the Steelers’ Ron Johnson to the corner of the end zone and made what looked like the game tying touchdown. But Donald Orr concluded it wasn’t a catch, saying Renfro didn’t have both feet inbounds. They would eventually lost 27-13, killing their Super Bowl dreams. Video and images show he was clearly inbounds.

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