Under what conditions would the NFL revoke a game's outcome?
This is something I've been curious about: Under what circumstances would the NFL declare a game's outcome to be so outrageous that it had to be revoked?
Would the blatant bribery of the officiating crew be cause for a game's outcome being revoked?
An outrageously poor call (i.e., a kicker misses the potential game-winning field goal wide left, yet the officials declare it good?)
The NBA didn't revoke the outcome of games that Tim Donaghy officiated, even though he was proven to have been bribed.