The Super Bowl LVII pairing is on the line during the NFL's championship Sunday.
With two matchups of elite teams, every play could decide which team advances. Everything counts -- every call, every non-call, every decision, every replay and every yard.
To that end, let's review the major decisions -- and non-decisions -- made by referees John Hussey (NFC) and Ron Torbert (AFC). We'll take a look at the circumstances and the rules involved, and we'll provide some analysis as well.
Bengals frustrated by Chiefs' second chance cia clock error
Cincinnati Bengals-Kansas City Chiefs AFC Championship Game, 10:29 remaining in the fourth quarter
What happened: A failed third-down play by the Chiefs didn't count because of a clock error.