The Bears had 2 holding calls, 2 false starts, 1 illegal shift call, 2 offsides (one on the kickoff), 1 block in the back, and 2 personal foul calls, all legit except for the horse collar one. Minnesota had 3 holding calls, 2 offside calls, 1 personal foul, 1 block in the back, and 1 offensive PI call, all legit except for the PI call. As far as that goes he had is one hand on the defenders back and did not extend his arm to gain any kind of advantage, it was a terrible call, they showed it on replay 2 times, it was clearly a bad call. Both teams had 1 call go against them, the other calls were legit, so I dont know where the other questionable calls come in.
he may not have pushed him hard, but you can't deny the fact that he did put his arm out to create seperation...
and if TJ hadn't fallen down when grossman threw him the ball there was no way there would have been any touchdowns for the vikings today.
It's too bad the stadium is so loud... a lot of miscommunication today between the receivers and Rex, and they resulted in the first interception.