OK.. I re-watched the game against the Skins and I have to say that the referees have me totally and utterly confused (/SARCASM) about what is Pass Interference. Play One: Patriots are in a 4 WR set with Baker lined up as the slot receiver on the left and Moss is the slot Receiver on the right. Moss runs short crossing pattern from right to left where he runs up 3 yards and then cuts across, taking the man in coverage with him. Baker also runs a crossing pattern, but its from left to right. He runs out the 4 yards and then cuts across. The whole time Baker is running, the defender is jamming him and impeding his right to run his round. Mainly because he's within the 5 yards. Moss's defender tries to avoid Baker as Moss is making the reception, yet still clips Baker, who is knocked over.. The Result: Baker gets called for Pass Interference.. The other play: The Redskins have two receiver on the left hand side who seem to be running streaks. However, they cross their route about 8 yards out. As they do, the inside receiver clearly hits the outside Pats defender and also runs into Butler, who is trying to stay with him. The Result: Butler gets called for the Illegal contact. He also got called for the Pass interference when their legs got caught up going into the endzone, but the ball should have been ruled uncatchable. So, how is it that, in both cases, the Redskins players initiate the contact, yet the Pats players are the one flagged???