First, I've thought this long before the Ellis Hobbs play. Whether the rumors of the NFL admitting a mistake turn out true or not, I couldn't care less. The NFL really needs to look at PI and decide whether to: A: Make it a 15 yard penalty like college and high school B: Allow the call to be reviewed. C: Both I am 100% serious when I say that I don't even like getting PI calls that go the Patriots way anymore. I hate how field position can change so dramatically. I'm sorry but to me something is wrong with the following: A player could take his helmet off after a play and hit someone with it and it would only be a 15 yard penalty (and an ejection obviously but in terms of field position, it only changes 15 yards) However, a WR and DB could both be playing the ball, their feet tangle, an official thinks he sees pass interference and now the offense is 50 yards up the field, or at the 1 yard line with an almost guaranteed six points. To me that is ridiculous. Troy Aikman has mentioned several times during games with questionable calls that PI should be reviewable. Of course, like every type of reviewed play, there would be times that teams don't like what the ref decides. There would be times that refs review a questionable call and would still think they see enough for there to be a flag. I can very easily live with that if it means picking up flags when there definately shouldn't be one, like when an official has a bad angle 20 yards away but he thinks he sees something. I really hope the NFL does something. It's just too big a penalty to not be able to make sure you're right.