Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel took issue with one of the Green Bay Packers‘ touchdowns on Thursday night.

Tennessee left Lambeau Field with a 27-17 win, but Vrabel probably thinks the score should’ve been 27-10.

Vrabel didn’t feel like Green Bay was set before their first touchdown of the game. He also noted that he was trying to call timeout but it wasn’t granted by the official.

“I thought I did call a timeout, yeah,” said Vrabel. “They just didn’t give it to me. They weren’t set but that’s never getting called. So, give them credit. They went fast and made a play.”

Here’s the touchdown.

It’s hard to tell if the Packers were set from the television angle. There’s no doubt they were going fast, but it appeared (from what we can see) that they were close to being set.

But as Vrabel said, that’s not something that’s called a lot.

As for the timeout, he might have an argument there. He clearly didn’t like what he saw and he knew it wasn’t good for the Titans (and he was right). Officials, however, are looking at multiple things and with the Packers going fast, it probably just wasn’t seen by an official.

Ultimately, it doesn’t matter. Tennessee still won the game by 10 points.

By the way, Vrabel can complain about that play, but Packers fans can complain about Derrick Henry’s long reception on a screen pass that shouldn’t have counted because of an obvious hold.

I’d love to hear Vrabel’s thoughts on that play.

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