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Sport Competition committee chair Rich McKay admits to ‘angst’ from pass interference review

22:25  11 december  2019
22:25  11 december  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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The NFL has a problem with its pass interference challenge system, and the chairman of the league’s competition committee seems to know it.

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Rich McKay, the chair of the Competition Committee and president of the Atlanta Falcons, admitted that the current challenge system has caused “angst” and will be re-evaluated after the season.

The league has no choice to evaluate whether the system is even worth it. Few pass interference calls are ever changed, and few non-calls are ever called on replay. It’s also inconsistent and hard to tell why certain calls are changed and certain ones stand. The frustration from within the league is obvious, and the system needs a long look before 2020.

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Stephen Jones: “Good chance” replay review of pass interference will go away .
Saints coach Sean Payton, a member of the Competition Committee, recently suggested changes to the process which imply that the process has a chance of surviving beyond 2019. Cowboys COO Stephen Jones, also a member of the Competition Committee, recently suggested that the process won’t survive beyond 2019. 

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