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Guess Who’s Taking Advantage of This Officiating Controversy

Lance Easley

First things first. On Monday Night Football, the Detroit Lions lost a game in a way only the Detroit Lions could lose a game.

They were driving for the go-ahead touchdown. Just before receiver Calvin Johnson crossed the goal line for that score, Seattle safety Kam Chancellor knocked the ball from Johnson’s hands. Teammate K.J. Wright batted the ball out of the end zone.

Seattle ball.

Except, in this case, Wright’s move was illegal. A penalty should have been called, giving the Lions the ball at the Seattle 1.

Instead, Seattle got the ball at the 20, ran the clock out and once again became the beneficiary of an officiating blunder.

The officials totally blew it. Specifically, back judge Gregory Wilson.

So, of course, guess who decided to stick his head up and take advantage of the situation.

Yup, our old pal Lance Easley.

He of the worst officiating call in history infamy. The Fail Mary.

“He was a mentor of mine,” Easley said of Wilson. “I would email him plays and ask him if I was making the right calls. I’ve still got his email and was planning to let him know that I totally understand what he’s going through.”

Of course he was a mentor of yours.

Maybe that explains why you both suck.

That wasn’t really the interesting part of the story though. The interesting part is what this bag of shit is doing now.

If you guessed “still trying to cash in on fucking the Green Bay Packers,” you win!

Easley is taking acting classes in Los Angeles, for what reason we couldn’t begin to imagine. He is also working on a movie adaptation of his book “Making the Call” and trying to develop a reality show about officials.

All of that sounds enthralling. Entertainment gold, we’re sure.

Here’s an idea, Lance. Maybe go try to find something you’re actually good at and do that instead.

Like digging graves. You know, and feel free to bury yourself in one of them.

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

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  1. Big Gay Clay October 6, 2015

    I was really hoping Seattle would lose but oh well. Did you see that Chancellor hit on CJ? He fucked him up, never seen CJ get laid out like that. As for Easley, fuck that dude.

  2. Dave October 6, 2015

    Fuck Seattle and that little shit Russell Wilson! He’s getting sloppy seconds from Future’s ex. The Seacocks are just lucky to even be 2-2 and coming from a Lions fan, with the respect I have for Green Bay and the harsh reality that the Lions season is over after four fucking games, I hope Seattle goes to GB and gets the living shit kicked out of them for the world to see. Fuck Seattle!

  3. Packrat Dan October 6, 2015

    Forget about Seattle, put your hatred on the Vikings then Dallas then duh Bears in that order.

  4. SoCal Pack Fan October 6, 2015

    1. Seattle 2. Dallas 3. San Francisco. My hated teams in that order.

  5. Deepsky October 7, 2015

    It wasn’t just THIS call that was bad. Seattle’s offensive line was holding all game long against the pass rush of Detroit, which was the only thing Detroit had going for them. Seattle’s corners were grabbing all game too, yet that was not called either. This same stuff went on when the Packers played them in Seattle.

    Ya gotta wonder at this point if the crowd noise causes the refs to go into blind mode.

    1. Abe Frohman October 7, 2015

      That’s their game. You haven’t noticed?

  6. icebowl October 7, 2015

    Is that W-Easley quote legit ?

    Didn’t think I could be disgusted more than by what that jerk did and said to date….
    This takes the friggin cake..

    A psychiatrist would have a hayday analyzing this loser.

    What a sad, sad excuse for a human being….

  7. Cheese October 7, 2015

    “He is also working on a movie adaptation of his book “Making the Call” and trying to develop a reality show about officials.”

    You’ve got to be kidding. This piece of shit is milking this for everything he can and then some.

    1. E. Wolf October 7, 2015

      Just because he is working on a screenplay or pitching a reality show does not mean its going to happen. Do you know what the odds are of non-connected outsiders making something like that happen?

  8. Kato October 7, 2015

    E wolf- BUT I could totally see people in the seacocks organization with those connections helping to make it happen

    1. E. Wolf October 7, 2015

      Well, I will believe it when I see it. For now h es like so many waiters in Hollywood pushing horrible screenplays.

  9. David October 7, 2015

    How much do Seattle refs make in the NFL?