There's much to be concerned about here. From *any* objective standpoint, this was a corruptly-officiated Super Bowl at worst, and an incompetently officiated one at best. How can the League survive such blatant non-calls/missed calls, especially on its biggest stage? A player shoves an NFL referee and doesn't get ejected? Players holding players everywhere; I hope you don't need me to rehash when and where. Exactly who were those refs, anyway? They seemed pretty unknown to me. This post is NOT about sour grapes for this decades-long Niner fan, though it certainly could be. It's about the integrity of the officiating, and the long-term consequences for the NFL. If the rules don't count in the NFL's biggest event, when do they ever count?