Tuesday was a huge day for the National Football league owners voted on a one-year trial basis to include those often-controversial pass interference penalties in the officiating replay review system.
That means pass interference, whether flagged or not, can be challenged by coaches and reviewed by officials during the 2019 season.
On top of that, the NFL’s competition committee also agreed that the New England Patriots should’ve been flagged for pass interference on Brandin Cooks with less than 5 minutes to go in the Super Bowl.
That would’ve gave the Rams the ball at the 1-yard line as they were down by a touchdown and could’ve changed everything for that game.
Here’s that play: