http://www.projo.com/patriots/content/projo_20060806_06beat.20426f2.html Article by Curran talks to Mike Pereira about P.I., and mentions Samuel's call in the Denver game. Pereira says it would have been better off not making that call, but it was made, so be it. It boils by blood when a team gets a pass interference call in the end zone. Like Curran says, it basically gives the team a TD. A rule change is definately in order. When the ball is thrown into the endzone, ala the Denver game, make it a 15 yard penalty, unless it is flagrant, then put it on the one-yard line . Or do something along the lines of the face mask penalty (5 or 15 yards). In instances where it's flagrant, make it a spot foul. But incidental contact, when two players are running stride for stride and happen to bump each other, make it a 15 yard penalty.