I cannot find it on the Internet, so I will ask you fine folks:
During the Buffalo game there was incomplete pass in the final two minutes of the game, and the receiver was injured and they were charged a timeout. Why was the timeout taken for an incomplete pass as the clock was stopped?
A couple of weeks ago the same thing happened but the team was not charged a timeout....
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