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East Texas SOUND OFF: NFL Replacement Officials

The NFL replacement referees continue to be the the major talking point of the season, especially in the wake of the blown call during the final play of Monday Night Football.

We want to hear from you.

What do you think about the replacement refs?

Do you think the game has gotten un-watchable?

Do you think the players have no respect for the replacement officials?

Will it make a difference when/if the regular officials come back?

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