Clay Matthews, and most of the Packers players who spoke to the media Wednesday, are still in disagreement with the NFL's doubling down on the roughing the passer penalty assessed to Matthews during Sunday's tie with the Vikings.
Matthews even said that Vikings fans "would agree" with that assessment, and thinks that the NFL should take a better look at enforcing rules protecting the quarterback.
It's now a part of Packers infamy, but Matthews was flagged for a hit on Kirk Cousins because he "scooped and lifted" although the video evidence doesn't support that very much. The resulting first down allowed the Vikings to tie the game and send it to overtime, where the Packers and Vikings battled to a 29-29 draw after three consecutive missed field goals combined by each team's kicker.
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