It annoys me every time I see that replay from the Colts game. Course it didn't help that I looked at it again about 10 times this morning. When they showed the replay just before the Pats went for it on 4th down near the end of the game. The replay clearly shows Faulk made the first down. He does double clutch the ball but the replay from the front shows he had possesion before getting pushed back. And he was a 1/4 to a 1/2 yard beyond the 30. When they showed that replay yesterday I about lost it. I remember when the play happened. The referee who was in the middle of the field, who had complete view of what happened with the ball was marking it between the 30 and 31, where it should have been. He was then overuled by the referee who was watching Faulks back, a guy who had no view whatsoever of when Faulk gained possession. And then either Nantz or Sims incorrectly states while they where showing the play that that play had come down to a replay. NO IT DID NOT!!!! It could not be challenged cause the Pats had not timeouts. And the booth could not review because even though the play ended within the two minute warning, the play started before the two minute warning, making it inelligible for a booth review. Had that play been reviewed the Pats would have won.