I'm not one to normally complain about officiating, especially after the fact. The Pats lost (flat out) regardless of the penalties, that's not my point. But, watching the Saints/Cowboys game shows just how poorly trained some NFL officials are and how the league has NOT improved since last season's playoff debacles. In the Pats/Dolphins game all three "roughing the passer" calls were absurd. Apparently now it's roughing to have a quarterback trip over a defender. The other two calls (one against Miami, one against NE) were weak. In the Cowboys/Saints game, the officials completely miss two calls against the Cowboys. One a clear 15 yard face mask which spun the ball carrier down. The other a "horse collar" in front of the side judge. The league spends so much of its money and efforts on promoting its product in Mexico, China, and Europe when it should be focusing more on improving its glaring weaknesses. I don't have the answers, but officiating needs to be consistent throughout a game (if not througout the league). Perhaps some of the advertising dollars the NFL is pouring into other countries could be used for goal line cameras, improved technologies, or better/consistent training of its officials. Just my 2 cents.