Steelers coach Mike Tomlin sees Jason Kidd's staged soda spill and raises him an "'accidentally' step onto field and prevent Jacoby Jones from reaching the end zone on a kickoff return."


Officials could have, and should have, awarded Jones a touchdown for sideline interference. At the very least, they could have flagged Tomlin a 15-yard penalty. (Look closely: Tomlin initially steps further INTO Jones's way, not out of it.) Officials did neither, and Baltimore eventually settled for a field goal. What's going on here? [NBC]