Recently, there his been much made of the Replay Booth Reviews in the NFL. The officials got the review of the BJGE TD correct. When BJGE was called down short of the goal line.The ruling on the field was he was touched just before he bounced across the goal line. After review the evidence was clear that no-one touched him. So they got the call right. Now as far as him being touched on the foot at the Line of scrimmage, ? Is not clear. It had nothing to do with the THE original call. The officials never saw this. That being said. I have seen many/ most calls over the years go against the Cincinnati Bengals.FYI Marvin Lewis is on the competition committee, and this idea of centralizing the instant replays will be implemented by committee and not solely by Roger Goodell. My opinion is the definition of rules need to be simplified so that they are enforced fairly and consistently. I'm not 100 percent on this but, when a play is reviewed the only portion to look at is the call that was made on the field, unless a coach brings attention to something that was overlooked. In other words they can't look at the entire play, there are penalties and rule violations commited on pretty much every snap. So this is part of the game. It always has been and always will be.