DeAndre Hopkins called for Al Riveron's replacement Sunday after he was twice denied a pass interference penalty against the Baltimore Ravens.
The questionable non-call took place on fourth down during the Houston Texans' second drive. Ravens defender Marlon Humphrey was draped all over Hopkins as a pass from Deshaun Watson floated into the end zone.
Houston challenged the play, but Al Riveron upheld the original call. Riveron, the senior vice president of officiating, rules on all pass interference challenges from New York City.
"I have no idea what pass interference is anymore," Texans head coach Bill O'Brien said after the game, according to Josh Alper of ProFootballTalk. "No idea."
Hopkins finished the contest with seven receptions for 80 yards as the Texans fell 41-7.