The NFL’s pass interference replay system is broken and is a complete joke.
After the New Orleans Saints fiasco in the NFC championship game, the NFL decided to implement a new pass interference replay review system to prevent missed pass interference calls from affecting games in the future.
This season’s new replay system gives coaches the ability to challenge offensive and defensive pass interference penalties in the first 28 minutes of each half, with the final two minutes subject to booth review.
Unfortunately, the NFL has overturned very few pass interference calls on the field and it’s getting absurd.
During today’s Ravens-Texans game, the refs missed an obvious pass interference penalty committed by Ravens DB Marlon Humphry. The Texans challenged the call on the field and refs refused to overturn the non-call even after reviewing it on replay.