Even famous NFL alumni know the league must fix its broken officiating. Now. – Yardbarker

When it comes to prototypical “football men,” there aren’t many with the clout of Jack Del Rio: USC star, All-American, Rose Bowl MVP, 11-year NFL career, Pro Bowler, NFL coach for 22 years, including a dozen as a head coach — great name and a solid jawline to boot.  When he sounds the alarm this loudly and this repeatedly about the NFL’s officiating woes after yet another Monday night meltdown, it’s clear the league has a massive problem on its hands:  Del Rio is not the only gridiron great to make his opinion known on Twitter, radio and television. Far from it, as Monday night’s matchup between the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions ignited yet another chorus of criticism. Detroit was the better team for much of the contest and almost certainly would have won if not for multiple questionable calls that seemed obvious to just about every person not in black-and-white stripes on this chilly Green Bay evening. On a 3rd-and-10 early in the fourth quarter, officials negated a Kevin Strong sack of Aaron Rodgers

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