Eagles head of security, Dom DiSandro, 49ers LB Dre Greenlaw ejected from Week 13's game

Yeah... So, they threw the Eagles head of security out. Here's more on that and this week's official.

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Okay, we're going to give you the short version of the story. So, following a touchdown drive by the San Francisco 49ers to extend their lead to 21-6 in the third quarter, the Philadelphia Eagles got the ball. They drove into scoring range. DeVonta Smith converted a second-and-five situation into a first down.

Dre Greenlaw decided to go Hulk Smash on him. Tempers flared, as you might expect. Nick Sirianni was hot. So was the rest of the Eagles sideline. Philly's head of security, Dom DiSandro was ejected.

Here's some visual aid to bring all of that together.

Okay, serious question... They do watch these games at league offices and fine official right?

We won't complain a ton about the DiSandro ejection. We could, but we won't. The phantom offsides call on Josh Sweat though and the phantom TD catch by Brandon Aiyuk though? How about the missed pass interference call on Quez Watkins or the missed 49ers holding call on Reed Blankenship? Something is afoot.

We won't spend a ton of time complaining about missed calls or referees. That won't make us any better than 49ers fans. Some things have to be pointed out though. Let's talk about referee Alex Kemp.

Actually, we'll let our buddy John McMullen give you the particulars.

Coincidence? You tell us! You be the judge. The Eagles are down at the time of this story's release, the start of the fourth quarter. They'll need a major comeback if they're to pull this one out.