How much longer are NFL fans going to have to watch their beloved sport officiated by the inexperienced group of individuals who seem to be infiltrating as NFL Referees?

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The NFL and the NFL Referees Association made enough progress {presumably} in their negotiations Tuesday night, until almost 2 am. According to sources from both sides, the possibility of the locked-out officials returning to work in time for this weeks games has been discussed. Sources also stated that it would take locked-out officials at least a week to get prepared for their return to the field. The NFLRA says it's 121 referees have been trained on the new rules implemented last season. They have already passed physicals or are prepared to take physicals immediately in order to return to work.

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Monday's Night Footballs controversial 24 yard blunder of a Hail Mary thrown by the Seattle Seahawks Russell Wilson to Golden Tate on the final play of the game ended with commentators as well as fans and players confused as to how the seeming interception could be a touchdown. It was ruled on the field as a touchdown, and after further review referee Wayne Elliot later ruled "the ruling on the field stands" giving the Seahawks a 12-14 win against the Packers. Check out the below video for what went down Monday night at CenturyLink Field, and tell us: Did the referees make the right call?

After watching a play call this bad, and others that are lesser yet just as pivotal in a win, will you continue to support and be a spectator of the NFL if they do not come to an agreement with the NFLRA and the replacement refs remain on the field? How frustrated are you with the current referee's? Should calls like this be allowed to be reversed? What do you want or expect the NFL to do to fix this issue?