I don't know about anyone else, but I am sick & tired of seeing yellow every time a QB gets sacked. I'm talking, of course, about the personal foul penalties that too often follow a clean sack. Take DeMarcus Ware's sack of Mark Brunell last night. Since he was still closing in on the QB & was not in the process of wrapping him up, Ware put his hands up to block any potential pass attempts. As he was coming forward into Brunell, Ware's helmet INADVERTENTLY hit Brunell's, causing a flag. My question is this: How is the world can a pass rusher prevent his helmet from touching the helmet of the QB, when the pass rusher is moving into the QB with his hands up? Since there is a good chance the PR is at least as tall or taller than the QB, then it's just simple physics that the helmets are going to make contact with one another. As John Madden said after the penalty was called against Ware, looking at the replay, "They're trying to protect the QB, and I'm all for that, but it sure makes it hard on the pass rushers". No John, it makes it IMPOSSIBLE for the pass rushers. These rules have got to change. I'm all for protecting the QBs from vicious hits with the intent of causing harm or injury, but it is getting ridiculous. If a PR's helmet touches the QB's helmet, it's a penalty. If a PR lowers his helmet to avoid helmet to helmet contact, but inadvertently hits the QB's face mask with the helmet, it's a penalty. If a PR lowers his entire body to avoid having his helmet touch any part of the QB's helmet, and the PR's helmet goes into the chest of the QB.........you guessed it-it's a penalty. The NFL, in their honest effort to protect the QB from UNSPORTSMANLIKE, VICIOUS, UNNECCESARY, STUPID, & CRUEL hits, is making it almost impossible for the pass rusher to do his job. This crusade is creating a confetti of flags, confusing the players & fans, and is flat out slowing up an already slow game. It's time for the NFL Competition Committee to come to it's senses, and make only the above types of hits illegal. If a player accidentally touches his helmet against that of the QB in the course of trying to make a sack, then the act should be deemed inadvertent, and the game should go on with no penalty. I felt the rain of flags during the game last night-on both sides-bordered on assinine. If the refs want to get their face on TV, then they should paint them & go into the stands like everyone else. Otherwise, let the players play!