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  1. brdmaverick

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    How could the Titans challenge the completion and fumble recovery by Chung?

    If I'm not mistaken they already used two challenges (1 success, 1 failure). Doesn't that mean they shouldn't have been allowed to challenge again?

    There must be new rules that I am not aware of. Or the officials stink.
     
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    If i'm correct you have two challenges per half. Didn't they use one of those challenges in the first half?
     
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    All turnovers are automatically reviewed. No challenge necessary.
     
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    I could have swore it was two per game, but maybe others here would need to confirm that.

    Or is the two per half new?
     
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    Its 2 challenges per game. If your first 2 are in your favor then you get a 3rd.

    Tenn only used one challenge on the Lloyd catch. The others were automatically reviewed because they were 'turnovers' which are now automatically reviewed like TDs.
     
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