*** Thursday night Football *** in NY Jets Forum Posted September 17 I'm a Chiefs fan and I thought that replay should NOT have overturned the INT. I can understand how some refs might try and interpret every frame of a replay and apply the rule literally and overturn that..... and they did, but they shouldn't have. At some point officials should think about what the spirit of the rule is intended for....using super slow mo replay to determine if a player had or didn't have control of a ball that they initially caught, and still had control of for all intents and purposes, but not to the letter of the law...that's not really what the rule was made for was it? It's kind of like offside in Soccer. That rule exists so you don't have offensive players hanging out deep down the field or deep into the other teams zone. That rule was NEVER intended to be called where some ref or replay determines if a guy is half an inch behind a defender at the time a ball is passed ahead/into the zone. IT's stupid how that's interpreted. And so is this. Last thing. Mahomes definetly threw some turnover worthy passes. The Chargers didn't convert those to turnovers (the above notwithstanding) ...Herbert also threw some turnover worthy balls. The Chiefs only converted ONE of those into a turnover, it was a major play in the game.. Point being...in most NFL games, the QB's have some turnover worthy throws. "ALMOST INTS" is not a stat...and if you keep that as a stat, that's a losers mentality.