The Redskins were driving with under two minutes left trailing the Eagles 22-17 in Week 1 of the NFL season.
Then it happened.
Kirk Cousins stepped back in the pocket, and was immediately hit by Eagles' Brandon Graham.
The ball was jarred loose from Cousins, and Fletcher Cox scooped it up and ran in for the touchdown, putting the Eagles up 28-17.
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But was it a forward pass?
That was ultimately the decision the referees had to make.
Don’t know how you call this a fumble but alright pic.twitter.com/JxTD6RPPxX— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) September 10, 2017
The referees upheld the call on the field, and the Eagles scored on the two-point conversion to take a 30-17 lead.
Was it a fumble or an incomplete pass? It looks like the ball was jarred out after Cousins had moved his arm forward, making it a forward pass.
But it's a moot point now, and the game appears to be out of hand.