For Green Bay Packers or Atlanta Falcons fans: Why did the clock stop at 2:02?
At the end of the 4th Quarter, the Green Bay Packers converted a 4th down with 2:02 left in the middle of the field, yet the clock stopped at 2:02 and didn't move until the start of the next play. No timeouts were called.
Why was the clock stopped? I can't find an answer anywhere. While the Packers probably still would have lost the game there is a good chance Atlanta would have got the ball back with at least 20 - 30 less seconds on the clock than what they did.
They explained that the stadium clock was wrong. Because the timer (league rule--- one of the 5 officials) also keeps time for those sort of happenings, nothing much came of it once it was explained to both benches but thats why the last 36 seconds was still evident after the last kneel down and head umpire towel waving. THE clock never was corrected properly.
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