NFL owners instituted a review system for pass interference calls and non-calls this year, and they did it on a trial basis.
Not even six full weeks into the season, they might as well scrap the system entirely. It’s useless.
The latest example shows this to be undeniably true.
In the fourth quarter, with just under three minutes to go, Giants quarterback Daniel Jones threw to Golden Tate over the middle. Patriots cornerback Jonathan Jones was in coverage, and he used his right hand to grab Tate’s chest and spin the receiver.
Tate then made a leaping attempt to catch the pass, but he could not use his right arm, as Jones had it stapled to Tate’s own midsection.
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