AFC Title Game May Come Down To Another Controversial TouchdownS

A lot's being made of whether the Pittsburgh Steelers could beat any team three times in a season, let alone the Baltimore Ravens. Most of you will remember the controversial Santonio Holmes touchdown that pushed the Steelers past Baltimore in that Week 15 showdown. The goaline catch was originally ruled short of the endzone, but was then ruled a touchdown after a Mike Tomlin challenge, despite the "indisputable visual evidence" needed to change the call. The NFL explained that ruling...sort of.

NFL Vice President Of Officiating Mike Pereira explains the criteria that referee Walt Coleman had to satisfy to overturn the original ruling on the field. I actually watched this game; I originally thought Holmes caught the ball outside of the endzone, and this hasn't changed my mind.

One thing that's indisputable? Santonio Holmes has a huge penis. I bet that thing breaks the plane every time.