Saints hit with questionable roughing the passer penalty on Titans' Ryan Tannehill, fans up in arms
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NFL officials have been unable to sidestep any kind of criticism this season whether it comes to roughing the passer or taunting penalties.

In the second quarter of Sunday’s game between the Tennessee Titans and New Orleans Saints, linebacker Kaden Elliss was called for a roughing the passer penalty on Ryan Tannehill. The penalty negated an interception the Titans quarterback threw in the back of the end zone.

Titans flags during the game between the New Orleans Saints and the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium on Nov. 14, 2021 in Nashville. 
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Ryan Tannehill of the Titans passes against the New Orleans Saints at Nissan Stadium on Nov. 14, 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee.
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On Saturday, it was reported Chicago Bears defensive end Cassius Marsh was fined for taunting during Monday night’s game. Marsh did a karate spin kick after a sack and then started down the Pittsburgh Steelers sideline. He was flagged after referee Tony Corrente appeared to hip check Marsh as he was running back to his own sideline.

Marsh was fined $5,972 for the play.

The Titans’ Ryan Tannehill celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, Nov. 14, 2021, in Nashville, Tennessee
(AP Photo/John Amis)

NFL officials had defended the decision to flag Marsh earlier in the week. Perry Fewell, NFL senior vice president of officiating, said in an explanation video Marsh “takes several steps toward the Pittsburgh bench, posturing toward their sideline.”

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