This is in reference to the game changing penalty during the Saints Rams game that was never called. Clearly, two refs saw the play as they were seen on camera. One ref on the sideline was no more than 15 feet away when the penalty was made. There was an early hit AND a possible helmet to helmet hit. I am only assuming that the Rams Coleman hit Saints Lewis because Coleman knew that he got burned and hit Lewis to prevent a TD. There's no other reason, that I can think of, why Coleman would blatantly do that. That's my thinking. The refs changed the outcome of the game. I am assuming that these refs are the better 'crews' amoung the refs, it only makes sense. With all that said, was it Coach Belichick that said, during the coaches conference, that the coaches should have the right to challenge ALL calls made (or missed) by the refs? With the coaches only allowed to challenge twice during a game with the possibility of a third, what is wrong with Belichicks proposal?