While I am pro CFL and haven't cheered for a NFL team since back in the late 80's when 72 Steve "the fridge" Perry played for Chicago, I was invited to watch a game tonight with some close friends (He- Packers, Her - Steelers) and it was a pretty entertaining game (will leave out my thoughts on the "free catch" and maybe one or two other differences between the leagues - good news is they still like the CFL, just need to work on them a little more lol). If any of you watched the game, would like to hear from you on this.....with just over a minute left, the Packers headed up field and made it into the red zone with time to spare (converted touchdown would tie the game)....why wouldn't the OC call to spike the ball and kill the clock on that first down in the zone? For whatever reason, they didn't and the next play was offside on the offence (not what they called it - but same) and not only did they get knocked back 5 yards, but they took 10 out of the remaining 20 seconds off the clock as well....???? If you can explain any of those two mysteries to me, go a little further and explain what happened in the third quarter....Packers field goal attempt was blocked, one of the Steelers snagged it, took a step (control maybe yes maybe no), tossed it back to a teammate (missed), bounced, and another teammate knocked it out of bounce.....call was illegal something for knocking out of bounds - Packers got the ball back plus 10 yards for 1st and 10? It's no secret the NFL rules are different to me, but I wasn't alone in questioning these three things. Edit: I remember Steve P not because I had ever seen him play, but because I read a few articles about him in Sports Illustrated when I played high school, and we had the same number - that, and his pictures showed him as big as a small house with attached garage (the league leading defence Chicago had at the time only helped ingrain that in my memory). Aside from that short burst between the end of our season and theirs, it's been Stamps all the way!