In response to Sned1's comment:
First of all, I'm not such a homer that I'm not willing to admit when a call that goes the Pats' way is BS.
But I watched the replay of the late-game call on #23 for interfering with Boyce in the end zone.
First of all, he completely grabbed him and slowed his progress on about the 15 yard line. No question.
Then as the football approached, the defender reached in and put his hand on Boyce's left bicep. It didn't seem to affect the motion of Boyce's arm much -- which is why everyone thinks it's a BS call. But it might have, probably did, a little. Is a defender allowed to touch the receiver's arm and impede his arm motion, even a tiny amount, as the ball approaches? NO. A totally legit call.
Back off, whiners.
I had a holding call at the 4, 3, and 1 yard lines on that play and the ref let him get away with all those holds, but when #23 grabbed and turned Boyce's left shoulder pad before the ball arrives, that was the last straw for the ref! Definately PI. I have been complaining about the lack of fair officiating since the Jets were issued a victory on a play that hasn't been called in any of the games since and then were topped out by the Carolina game travesty! In no way was this call ever anything but a PI. No make up involved. Also for those who thought the flag was late it wasn't he threw the flag as soon as he saw the tug on the shoulder pad and then he saw the ball go by.
If anyone wants to see what a truly bogus PI call looks like try and find the interference in the Ravens last drive that they called on the DB covering Marlon Brown on the play just before they score the winning TD! There was absolutely no defender in the area, not within 5 yards in any direction, then on the scoring TD Marlon Brown doesn't get both feet down with possession of the ball, his right foot lands and then he trys to tap his toe but he is clearly out of the endzone when he taps it and to prove there was a conspiracy the Ref who called it a TD runs to where his foot allegedly touched and he scratches the spot with his own feet obliviating the spot so it won't show where he actually tapped! Now that was a ref determining the outcome of a game! First he call the imaginary PI and then he calls a non catch a TD.