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NFL playoff officiating decisions: What happened on controversial calls

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.