Don't waste your time with him - he either hates the Cowboys, has an obsession with defending football of officials, or maybe both. Plus he seems to think these discussions are personal manhood contests of some kind. He has nothing credible or objective to offer.. It's like his insistence that Waller was already headed up the field when he caught the ball. This is simply dishonest on his part given his two requirements not to be headed up the field - the replay shows clearly Waller had his back to the defender Kearse when he caught the ball thrown slightly behind him rather than out in front of him as intended, and as a result he was also running parallel to the sidelines not up the field, as he would have been absolutely correct had the ball been thrown when and where it was supposed to be. In fact the only reason Kearse even got the chance to make that play was Waller had to slow up for the ball and then began his turn closer to the hashmark because the poor throw allowed Kearse to close down. If that ball is out i front of Waller then Waller just follows his own momentum into the turn up filed closer to the sideline and withmore momentum and speed for a big gainer.. The only reason that didn't happen is the throw was off and behind Waller and he couldn't turn up the field as he would have been able to. It was absolutely a catch and fumble. They screwed up badly in New York.. The mystery is given their access to as much technology is how - or why.