Surprise, surprise--the Cowboys faithful are crying. First off, let's be clear--that ball is moving a lot and Dez clearly lost control of it when he went to the ground. It isn't a catch. If you don't like the rule, you can bitch about the rule all you like. However, the NFL has been rocking with that rule for a while now. Based on the rule, the refs made the right call--for once, so far as your beloved Cowboys are concerned. When I saw the play live, I said the ball was moving and it wasn't a catch before the Packers challenged the play. After seeing the replays, I had no doubt that they were going to reverse the ruling on the field. The rule is what it is. That wasn't a catch. Let's move on.
Secondly, last week the officials actually did butcher a call--a couple of them, in fact, and they've admitted as much. Yet all we heard from these Cowboys fans was that one bad call doesn't change the outcome of a game. I guess a couple doesn't either. Regardless, if that was your case a week ago, why all the moaning and groaning now? I argued last week that one lousy call can totally change the outcome of a game, so that was your argument, not mine. However, if you were on that bus when your team benefited from the call, I'm not letting you get off when the pendulum swings the other way.