|Will this be the game's lasting image?|
It's never good for an official to be a household name the day after a big game, but that's the position referee Bill Leavy is in after his crew was involved in numerous contentious decisions. From Ben Roethlisberger's disputed touchdown run to Darrell Jackson's pass interference penalty, close calls were directly responsible for points going on -- and coming off -- the scoreboard.
So what's your take, SportsNation? Did the officials decide Super Bowl XL, or is this much ado about nothing? And coming on the heels of other officiating controversies in the postseason, does the NFL have a bigger problem on its hands?