After the Ahmad Brooks sack, fumble and controversial penalty, I am losing interest in this game. From the non-calls, questionable calls, rules relating to the crown of the helmet, phantom calls, defenseless players, horse collars, hitting a quarterback, pass interference and rules that no one seems to understand and refs that don't apply them evenly, I have lost interest in this game. Looking back on last year's Seattle/Packers last second play to last night's Patriots/Panthers game, this game is getting way too complicated. They may say that "the NFL's voice is the only one that matters," I choose to take my money and time elsewhere. The sponsors and advertisers should take note. I used to love this game.
"Meanwhile, the officials and league may have sided with New Orleans on the call, but much of the United States did not. In an ESPN SportsNation poll, only two states voted that they believe the officials made the right call -- Louisiana and neighboring Mississippi.
While readers across of the nation have spoken, the NFL's voice is the only one that matters."