It’ll be back-to-back fines for Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin. He was slapped with a $7,875 fine for his personal foul in San Diego in week 12 and his postgame criticisms of the officiating crew in week 13 will definitely cost him a few shekels.
“They were making bad calls all night,” he said. “I know they don’t want me to say it, but it’s what it was. You can’t allow a guy to hold and then when a receiver breaks free, call a pass interference. You can’t have it both ways. If you’re going to allow us to play football, let us play football. Guys want to hold, I know how to get a guy off of me. But you can’t just let the guy hold somebody and then complain about a guy throwing somebody off when he’s trying to get out on a route.”
Boldin was flagged for pass inteference on 3rd and 11 from the Ravens 38-yard line on the Ravens first series of the third quarter.