I love it. I absolutely love it. I'm not going to go full "Ayesha Curry" and claim that the NFL is rigged, but I'll be damned if these comically mishandled situations don't have me thinking twice about throwing on the tinfoil cap when - without fail - they repeatedly come back to bite the victimized team in the ass. I didn't even have to watch the second half to know how that game was going to end. I should have just caught up on my NetFlix instead. Of course I didn't because I have an undeniably unhealthy addiction to watching even the crappiest of football, but you could have set your watch to the Bills getting fucked by that missed field goal in the final two minutes.
The end of the half was so poorly officiated that it almost makes me wish that it was intentionally set up to affect the outcome and get people talking about a primetime game. Nothing drives viewership like controversy, and there was nothing more controversial an NFL game turning into a goddamn 3-ring circus while the ringleaders stood around staring blankly at each other with whistles hanging out of their slacked jaws. Part of me hopes that this is all a conspiracy because that would actually make more sense than penalizing a kicker for being on the wrong end of a ridiculously late hit. If 5 seconds of gametime taking a half hour of real time wasn't part of a script than I'm even more concerned for the future of a league that's gotten so big for it's britches that even a significant percentage of the general public can't bear to look directly at it anymore.
P.S. Would you rather marry a loving, caring housewife that raises the kids and maintains the household while you're out supporting the family, or a batshit psycho that will threaten to inhumanely remove the reproductive organs of any professional athlete that so much as lays a hand on you after the whistle?
Trick question. Find you one that will do both...