No changes have been set for now.
Everyone remembers the missed pass interference call at the end of the NFC Championship game between the Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints. The Saints were essentially hosed by the refs as the Rams were able to go on and win the game, giving themselves a spot in the Super Bowl. Many felt as though that spot was undeserved, while Rams fans were happy to get a call go there way.
Over the last few days, the NFL Competition Committee has been meeting to discuss replay and whether or not changes need to be made to avoid any more mistakes. According to ESPN, Stephen Jones, the executive vice president of the Dallas Cowboys says talks are stalling out.
"We've had these conversations," Jones said. "And you start rehashing them, and you go, 'Oh my gosh, we've had this conversation again and again and again and again and again.'"
Jones than tried to justify not making any changes to the fabric of the game as he explained that mistakes happen and that's how the game has been played for years.
"Over the course of time," Jones said, "everybody gets affected by a call, by a player making a mistake, by a coach making a bad decision. Those things happen."
It's a busy week for the NFL as many team officials are at the scouting combine ahead of the NFL Draft in April.