http://www.nflpenalties.com/penalty/def ... &year=2012
i guess. without any statistical evidence to back my theory, it's just sour grapes. but i don't know if any records are publicized on pass interference per game by team.
They don't seem to get more or less in terms of the number of PI calls, however in 2011 and 2012 they were #1 or #2 in yards they benefited from.
I don't care about "headshots" and all that other stuff they want to take out, that's fine. My problem with football is how it's turned pass interference into something you see in the NHL. It's different every game, and now as we've seen with the super bowl - it can't be called late in a close game because well - we have to let them play.
At the end of a super bowl, a play in which the Ravens benefit nearly every time from a penalty call is not called because it's 4th down and the super bowl rests on one play... which ref has the balls to make a "judgement call". Ike Taylor got called this year for laying a hand on a guy as they ran down the field. If the rules can't be consistent - take them out of the rule book.