Clay Matthews has been flagged twice for roughing-the-passer in the Green Bay Packers' first two games.
On Sunday, Matthews was flagged for a hit on Kirk Cousins, whose deep throw was picked off by Jaire Alexander -- a play that would have given Green Bay the ball back with 1 minute, 37 seconds on the clock and a 29-21 lead.
Instead, the Minnesota Vikings tied the game with 31 seconds left in regulation. The game would end in a tie.
"I have so many emotions running through as far as what a terrible call it was," Matthews said. "At the same time, I don't know what else to do. I don't know. You let me know. You tell me. Did I put pressure on him? I thought I hit him within his waist to chest, I got my head across, put my hands down. To call it at that point in the game is unbelievable.
"Last week, OK, shame on me. This week, that's unbelievable. The worst part is, we'll probably send it in and you know what they're going to say? They'll find fault on me because they're going to agree with the refs. I don't know. It's a difficult call to call.
"You see how it changed the game. I know there's an emphasis on protecting quarterbacks, but it's gotten out of control. I don't know what else to do. It's frustrating because Jaire's interception, that's game [over], right? Instead, they go down and score, overtime, this and that.
"We had opportunities to win the game, no doubt about it, but frustrating to allow a call which I feel like I did the right thing to influence the game. I don't know. I'm trying to bite my tongue, but I obviously don't agree with it."