Oct 19, 2010 1:59 AM
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - One day and countless rewinds later, Broncos cornerback Renaldo Hill says he still thinks he shouldn't have been flagged for pass interference in the decisive play that led to the New York Jets' improbable win over Denver.
If anything, he said Santonio Holmes tugged at him and should have been whistled for offensive pass interference.
Hill got tangled up with Holmes on Mark Sanchez's Hail Mary pass on fourth-and-6 from midfield with under two minutes left Sunday. Field judge Gary Cavaletto called pass interference on Hill, who had grabbed Holmes' face mask with a couple of fingers on his right hand while both fell to the turf.
That gave the Jets the ball at the Broncos 2 and LaDainian Tomlinson scored from there to give the Jets a 24-20 win.
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