Dallas Cowboys’ Mike McCarthy on late pass interference call:’You do Not see that’

Dak Prescott’s throw into a closely covered Michael Gallup had discovered its goal down the sideline and place the Dallas Cowboys set up within the 20 to kickstart a tying field goal with 21 seconds left Sunday night against the Los Angeles Rams at the introduction of SoFi Stadium.

Replays seemed to show fairly regular contact until Ramsey pulled his head and upper body back again.

“I will tell it was obvious and clear about the area, of a hand in the opposing participant,” referee Tony Corrente stated in safeguarding the telephone. “A complete arm extension which generated separation. In most situations which would be predicted. We are not going to let that at any given instance of the match “

Mike McCarthy, making his debut as Cowboys coach, said that he was amazed at the time of the telephone, and Gallup and Ramsey were both hands battling the left sideline.

“I was amazed there was a telephone either way,” McCarthy explained. “I am very disappointed with the telephone, particularly that late. You do not find that in a crucial portion of the game”

Ramsey felt equally strongly that it had been the proper call.

“If they had not have predicted this, I’d have been very mad,” Ramsey explained. “That has been clear as day, in my estimation.”

Two plays later, Prescott’s fourth-and-20 pass fell harmlessly into the floor as Dallas managed just 15 net yards on its final 10 plays of this game.

“It was a massive opportunity,” Prescott said. “We had a large two-minute drive in the close of the half. We were nevertheless able to maneuver and find some improvement, but we did not do it. Nonetheless, it is Game 1”