The NFL brass will now have to smarten up. After 3 years of allowing the conflict-of-interest members (head coaches Dungy, Fisher etc.) of the refereeing commitee to impose it's self serving will on the rest of the league, we witnessed the final insult in Sunday's Super Bowl. After a disastrous post season for NFL refereeing, we once again saw penalties called on a team (Seattle) for infractions that would not qualify for fouls in an NBA basketball game. The Tony Dungy-led charge to turn the NFL to to a touch football sport has back-fired, and now look for the NFL next year to allow a return for more physical play and a directive order for a reduction in penalty flags thrown.