Does this make any sense to anyone? http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2380129 'The committee also is considering recommending to officials that they make sure there was holding on a play before throwing a flag. "We want to make sure they actually see the foul," McKay said. One such play occurred in the Super Bowl. Seattle right tackle Sean Locklear was called for holding on a pass completion early in the fourth quarter that would have put the Seahawks at the Pittsburgh 1-yard line, poised to go in for the tying touchdown. After the penalty, Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck threw an interception and the Steelers eventually scored to take a 14-point lead.' Don't they usually have to see a foul to call it? Also the change on defenders and QBs, might as well just put a flag on the passers now since you can't seem to hit them anymore.