Andy Scott called for under-performing referees to be called to task after Nathan Elder's crazy sending-off on Saturday.
Bees striker Elder was just eight minutes into his return from a three-game suspension when he was red-carded during the 1-1 draw with Notts County.
But Bees boss Scott insists referee Stuart Attwell was the only person in the ground to see an alleged elbow by Elder.
He said: "At no time did Nathan even know the defender was there. The ball was going over his head and he leapt and his arm was up.
"He didn't catch him with his elbow, it was his hand. If anything the defender tried to duck out of it.
"The referee was on the blind side and couldn't see what happened. So for him to make a decision like that, well he has got to be sure.
"We'll look at it again and I'll go and show the referee so he can see it at least once, and then we will appeal.
"My players get dropped if they play poorly. But when decisions affect our livelihoods and chances of promotion and doing well, it amazes me that I get an e-mail saying they are working closely with him, watching the video to see if they can improve his performance."
Ten-man Brentford snatched a point through a last-gasp header from Mark Phillips after County keeper Kevin Pilkington came for and missed a lofted ball into the box.