Kirk Cousins fumbled late against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, leading to a game-clinching touchdown.

The play was reviewed and looked like an incomplete pass rather than a fumble.

Official Brad Allen ruled that it was a fumble and an Eagles touchdown. When he went to replay, the decision was upheld by the NFL's senior vice president of officiating, Alberto Riveron.

However, Dean Blandino, the man Riveron replaced as the league's head of officiating, saw the play differently. He now works for FOX as an analyst.

"Yeah, there was one angle where it looked like it may have been a fumble," Blandino said alongside Mike Pereira. "But the shot from behind, the end zone look, the hand was coming forward and it looked like a forward pass. It's a close call, but we both felt it was a forward pass."