I hope they close the loophole of intentionally taking a penalty to waste time to help running out the clock that BB exposed and Vrabel used this year. I really think it is boring for the fans and makes a mockery of the game. It was surprising to me that the clock didn't stop after a penalty. I'd like to see them put time back on the clock to the original time before the first penalty was called if the other team chooses that option. If nothing else just stop the clock after the first penalty and only run it after the ball is snapped. The other rule that bothers me is when the offense has the ball near their own goal line and commits a penalty, the refs move the ball "half the distance to the goal". I think that is fine, but they should move the first down marker/yard to gain upfield the same amount. For example, if it is 1 and 10 on the 10 yard line and the offense commits a holding penalty, the refs should move the ball to the 5 yard line (i.e. half the distance to the goal) and then move the first down marker upfield from the 20 yard line to the 25 yard line, making it 1st and 20, like it usually is when someone commits that penalty. Also, I'm still unsure about the reviews of PI. I think they should keep it again next year and get more data before deciding if it is worth having.