I like the rule and don't want them to change it BUT it really makes no sense. The refs are trying to do way too much guessing out there. Now, I have no doubt that Brady tried to get rid of the ball, both at the end of the first half and going all the way back to the Super Bowl. But QBs do those things all the time with no calls. In the SB, in fact, the ball sailed directly over Branch's head as he ran upfield and it landed 10 yards beyond him. ... like no QB has ever overthrown a WR by 10 yards before? How is a ref really supposed to judge that? What bugs me about the rule is that if a QB in the grasp intentionally grounds it as he's being twisted, it is not a penalty. Why? Because the ref can no longer determine intent because the defender is in control of the QBs body. Same thing with Brady yesterday. A defender actually had him in his clutches when Brady threw and the defender turned Brady's shoulders around. I do believe Brady had enough command to deliberately throw it away, but do we honestly expect the ref to make that sort of determination right there? The Seahawk had grabbed Brady's shoulder and yanked him. It makes no sense to me for effectively a sack to be awarded when a defender merely grabs a QB as he's throwing it away, but if a defender grabs and yanks a QB, then the QB escapes effectively without a sack. It's pure nonsense.