As a postseason in that officials were a focal indicate comes to a close, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says some improvements to officiating might be on a way.
Goodell pronounced during his “State of a League” press discussion that a NFL will inspect ways to make officiating softened for a 2015 season.
“We are looking during other ways to raise replay and officiating,” Goodell said. “That includes potentially expanding replay to penalties if it can be finished but some-more intrusion to a gait of a game. And we are deliberating rotating members of a officiating crews during a deteriorate as a approach to urge coherence via a unchanging deteriorate and advantage a crews in a postseason. In officiating, coherence is a number-one objective.”
Achieving coherence is easier pronounced than done, since coherence has been lacking in NFL officiating for a long, prolonged time. But it’s good to know that a NFL realizes that officiating is something that needs to be improved.