Are you saying with his front foot ahead of the LOS? I dont know.
But just like the kickoff out of bounds...for Fajardo they looked at where the ball was, for Collaros they look at were his feet were(where his back foot was)
Totally inconstant and it was as if they made up a rule to fit what they wanted the outcome to be
Not quoting any one here nor picking out any particular fan base or single member here
the correct call was made on the field. You all need to live with the fact that there was NO conclusive evidence to overturn the call was there to be seen. The refs do not have instant replay. nor frame by frame slow motion nor the luxury to look for days and weeks on end to look at the plays they make calls on.
One can analyse every single play and one teams fans can always find something to say where the refs screwed up...
What do you want, a robot with artificial intelligence and an adjustable dial to be or not be a homer on some calls.
I do not know how some fans can enjoy the game when all they do is look for stuff like this on every game they take in
Fajardo was flagged for intentional grounding while both feet were in the endzone, the command center ruled no safety because the ball passes the goal line. The throwing motion had the ball past the goal line
Article 7 – Intentional Grounding
If a Team A passer deliberately, and in the official’s opinion for the purpose of
avoiding a loss of yardage, throws the ball behind the line of scrimmage whether
to the ground or out of bounds or to an area in which there is not an eligible
Team A receiver, the team shall be penalized.
PENALTY: LD at point from which pass was thrown. If the pass was thrown from
the Goal Area, a safety touch score shall be awarded to Team B, subject to the
right of Team B to decline the score and accept the play as it terminated.
NOTE: Team A shall not be penalized if the passer throws the ball across the line of scrimmage or throws the ball out of bounds as long as it crosses the line of scrimmage in bounds.
I didn't see the play or know all the minutiae of the rules, but to score a touchdown, the ball only has to cross the plane of the goal line, not the player's foot/feet. Perhaps the same "plane" rule is applied to safeties.