I don't know what can be done to improve officiating beyond the following: * Establish new goal line/end zone and sideline camera angles specifically for use as needed for replay review. * Require more of the officials re., preparation and schooling. If this means making them full-time employees of the league, so be it. * Give the official in the press box a bigger role in overruling questionable calls that are not subject to coach's challenge, outside the final two minutes of each half (I know, this would open a huge can of worms). * Don't laugh: Put some sort of microchip in the football that triggers a sensory field at the goal line when any part of the ball breaks the plane. The main problem, as I see it, is that the game on the field has gotten so fast and the rules so complex that the officiating is more exposed than ever before. It's obvious that more must be done to prevent bad calls from unfairly deciding who wins and who loses. I think things have now gotten to the point where it's no longer a case of dismissing it as "things even out a the end."