biju wrote:Does anyone get the feeling the league doesn't mind owning up to mistakes when they know it didn't change the outcome of the game?
I was about to say the same thing. The Troy play had the better chance of changing the outcome of the game, because Indy went on to score a TD and make the game close. With the Steve return, Seattle was manhandling Carolina anyways. But if those two plays had change the outcome, there would be NO WAY they would have admitted up to the mistakes.
Not true, I think. They admitted the mistake in the Giants playoff game a few years ago where a FG attempt went bad but they got off a pass and there should have been pass interference. This was end-of-game and a second shot at the FG would have been mighty nice.