In Monday night's game against the Seahawks, the Eagles were in a prime position to score a touchdown in the second quarter,
but they were unable to do so due to a false start penalty against Jason Kelce. Officials' decision didn't sit well with fans.
Officials decided that Kelce had shifted the ball before the snap, therefore he was penalized almost as soon as the Philadelphia offense came in position for a third-and-1 play.
Overhead video revealed that Kelce stood still, but he really had the ball in his hand before the squad was ready.
On the drive, the Eagles came to terms with settling for a field goal.
The call of a false start was valid, according to ESPN NFL officiating analyst John Parry, who made the confirmation on Monday Night Football.
Nonetheless, many fans took to social media to express their displeasure with the vague false start call, with some even going so far as to label it a phantom penalty.