One and done.
After a one-year debacle, the NFL is done with reviewing pass interference calls. Less than a year after the NFL made the decision to allow pass interference calls be reviewed by teams, the NFL’s competition committee will not put the pass interference replay rule vote to owners.
The abysmal rule didn’t have much support amongst NFL teams with only eight teams asking about making the rule permanent, while 21 wanted to get rid of it.
The rule was put in place after the controversial no-call in the 2018 NFC Championship Game between when Los Angeles Rams CB Nickell Robey-Coleman clearly hit Saints wide receiver Tommylee Lewis on a fourth-quarter play and no flag was thrown.
The call seemingly cost the Saints a trip to the Super Bowl.