I don't know what to think about the NFL anymore. Every week there seems to be some stupid rule that you've never seen before come into play and effect a game. Giants WR Victor Cruz stumbled to the ground without being touched and dropped the ball when he was getting up. Arizona jumps on the ball because the play is not over and they recover it. The officials rule that Cruz had "given himself up" and therefor the play is over, Giants retain possession and they throw a TD on the next play. First and foremost, he didn't give himself up as he stumbled and secondly when the hell did they put this rule in? How can a guy be getting up off the ground and also be giving himself up? Sure, he thought the play was over but how does it make sense that a guy get up off the ground and yet they say he gave himself up? At what point is someone getting back up to run? I dunno what to think anymore. Every week there's something different that you see and ask yourself what the hell is going on. Also, in the Falcons game Roddy White caught a sideline pass got two feet in and was shoved to the ground OB and lost the ball after his knee hit out of bounds. I thought the ruling of maintaining possession throughout the play only pertained to plays in which the player is not tackled.