First it was San Diego Chargers tight end Randy McMichael refusing to give credit to the New York Jets yesterday. Now it’s cornerback Quentin Jammer’s turn.
Jammer blamed the officials for Sunday’s 27-21 loss to the Jets for their “consistently bad” calls.
“No way it was called fairly,” Jammer told the New York Post. “No way. Not at all. It wasn’t called fairly at all. Maybe I’m being biased, but I’m just judging off what I saw. It wasn’t a fair game called.”
The Chargers were called for 13 penalties on Sunday, including two pass interference calls against Jammer. The one that Jammer is most likely upset about was a third down pass interference call with Santonio Holmes in the fourth quarter.
“When you’re not getting the chance to play the way you play, it’s upsetting,” Jammer said. “I mean, football is a contact sport. There’s going to be contact. Receivers make contact and corners make contact, so at some point you’ve just got to let us play.”