No pass interference on Gronkowski in Carolina
Patriots fans were up in arms at the end of New England's 24-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers Monday night when tight end Rob Gronkowski was mauled in the end zone by linebacker Luke Kuechly of the Panthers. Even though one official threw a penalty flag on the play, there was no pass interference called because the referees waved it off, claiming that the ball thrown by Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was uncatchable by Gronkowski.
This wasn't the first time a Boston sports team was involved in a controversial play. We take a look back at some other controversial calls in Boston sports, some that were in favor of the local team, and others that left fans crying foul.