Sep 24, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks receiver Golden Tate (81) catches a 24-yard touchdown pass as Green Bay Packers players Sam Shields (37), and Jarrett Bush (24), and Charles Woodson (21) and Jarrett Williams (38) defend on the final play at CenturyLink Field. The Seahawks defeated the Packers 14-12. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Poll: Is The Bad Call Made In Seattle Enough To Bring Back The Real Officials?

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Is The Bad Call Made In Seattle on Monday Night Enough For The NFL To Finally Bring Back The Real Officials?

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  • TCUFrogAbroad

    “Is it enough?” might mean “Should it be enough?” or “Will it be enough?” for the NFL to yield to the officials’ union demands. To answer that question we need to consider the reason for the lockout, and that, basically, is a money issue, not (yet at any rate) a quality control issue.

    Will the NFL owners suffer financial loss from last night’s call? Very doubtful. Will people stop buying T-shirts, watching “the world wide leader” when NFL issues are discussed, or cancel their subscriptions to the NFL Network? All of those are highly unlikely.

    It’s a simple business decision, comparable to, say, McDonald’s: Could they make an absolutely GREAT burger? Yes, they could…but what they make now sells like crazy so why change what works?

    The NFL and the union will eventually come to terms, but “the touchdown that wasn’t” won’t really be a factor, in my opinion.