NFL officiating stinks. Here are 10 ways to fix it. – Yardbarker

Aside from a 3rd-and-20 all-out blitz by the Dolphins that was so ill-advised that it bordered on negligent, Monday night’s Miami-Pittsburgh game was largely forgettable. Per usual, however, an official review took center stage, and the only thing that fans of both teams could agree on was that the process was laborious, ruining the flow of the game.  Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin’s challenge of a scramble for an apparent first down by Dolphins QB Ryan Fitzpatrick was successful. But it was a failure for the NFL, highlighting once again major issues with how games are officiated. The NFL generated approximately $15 billion in revenue in 2018, so it’s long past time the league allots some of that money to fix its officiating problems. Here are 10 officiating improvements that should either speed games or stem the weekly tide of criticism that far too often overshadows who wins and loses: Sky judge The concept is simple and would do more than anything else to fix officiating woes. An extra official should sit i

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