Heard the crew at halftime on NBC: "I would NEVER have overturned that call...that one play had a major impact on the playoffs..." blahblahblah.
So, we get to hear all about how our division title was bogus and Harbaugh is whining about it and all that bs.
I don't know that the call should have actually been overturned (the best angle I saw was an overhead view, looked like he was in). I don't know what the rule says about two feet in the end zone (heard that brought up at ESPN). But I do know that, if they marked the ball at the one inch line, that did NOT mean "game over" by any stretch.
At the least, we run the clock down, kick the FG, and tie it up. So spare me the melodrama about "one play" changing the entire season. In all my years of griping about officials
, I have learned one thing: One call rarely, if EVER, decides a game, much less a season. For every one that goes against you, someone could probably find 2 that went FOR you.