This is a spin off of this thread:
But I am curious to see what rules you think need changing? For me, two rules stand out to me the most:
1) If a coach throws a red flag challenge for a scoring play, the play is not reviewable and the team is penalized 15 yards from kick off.
How in the f**k does this make sense? Maybe penalize the team, but the goal of replay IS TO GET THE CALL RIGHT. What happened on thanksgiving is an embarrassment to the national football league. So what the coach threw a challenge flag? Penalize them if need be, BUT REVIEW THE f**kING PLAY AND GET THE f**kING CALL RIGHT. Because of a coach throwing a red flag on a scoring play negates the play from being reviewed. Who are the f**king morons who make the rules?
2) Inside of two minutes, any challenges come from above.
This, again, makes little sense. Why limit the coach in when they can challenge? I mean, they should be able to challenge any play within THE WHOLE GAME. Why within two minutes, NFL personell thinks it is a good idea to have this rule in play? While I don't have as big of a problem than the above rule, this rule doesn't make any sense to me whatsoever.
There's also other rules that bothers me like which play is reviewable. (to me, all plays should be reviewable) For example, when a player fumbles but they rule the play dead due to a whistle, a coach should be able to challenge to play and have replay determine when did the player fumble and when the whistle actually blew.
What rules doesn't make sense to you and what would you change about them?