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ORLANDO, Fla. -- The NFL officiating department will help referees rule on instant replay reviews starting next season. League owners passed a rule Tuesday allowing referees to consult with director of officiating Dean Blandino and his staff to help determine whether a call should be upheld or overturned. NFL officials said the change should speed up the process. Blandino and other staff will be monitoring the games from league offices in New York, and they will immediately begin reviewing challenges before the referee even gets to his monitor. They can make recommendations on what replays to look at, but the referee still will make the final decision. Rich McKay, Falcons president and co-chairman of the influential competition committee, called it "kind of a proof of concept to see how this works. We feel pretty comfortable with it, though." "What we do like is we take the true experts in replay, those in New York, to be able to communicate with the referees who have the ultimate decision," McKay said. "We just think we get a more consistent decision-making process." Blandino said the new process will be faster and make more eyes available to help in the reviews. "Well be reviewing all the angles the network is providing, in essence finding what is the best reviewable aspect, and getting a baseline for the referee," he said. "Then we will begin the communication process with the referee once he is done speaking to the coach and announcing the challenge. "Consistency is what we are striving for in officiating and this will definitely help us in that area." One coach, Cincinnatis Marvin Lewis, a member of the competition committee, believes the entire procedure has been upgraded. "By consulting with New York, they can speed up the review process while they talk to the referee," Lewis said. "They can tell the referee: Here are the shots all set for you to look at." Blandino wasnt sure this change would lead to more challenges, noting that coaches will still lose a timeout for an incorrect challenge. Players no longer will be allowed to dunk the football over the crossbar of the goalposts in celebration. Blandino said the NFL is making a clarification of the rules for mutual respect and sportsmanship. "We put a rule in several years ago about not using props on the football field: the football, the pylon," he said. "This is just expanding upon that rule to include the crossbar of the goalpost. We had the situation with (Saints tight end) Jimmy Graham knocking the uprights off kilter last season and it delayed the game. "We have a potential rule change where we could raise the uprights, so you may have more issues with that if guys are dunking." The owners also banned roll-up blocks to the side of a player. In the past, the rule only barred such blocks from behind. "We saw some plays on tape that we just felt like we needed to expand that protection," McKay said. Commissioner Roger Goodell believes small changes like that one, along with other recent rule changes, have made the game safer. "We went through that (data) in greater detail with the outside firm thats been tracking that for us and its very clear that the rule changes we have made had the positive impact that we intended," Goodell said Monday. "While there are some that say it has had a negative (impact) -- as an example, ACL injuries being up -- thats not the case. What weve seen is that players have adjusted to the rules and they are finding that target zone and it is a safer, better game because of it." A dozen other proposals for rules or bylaw changes were being considered by the owners, with votes on them expected Wednesday. SAN FRANCISCO -- Marco Scutaro was scheduled to get a day off on Wednesday. Fortunately for the San Francisco Giants, he managed to talk his way into the lineup. Scutaro and Brandon Belt hit consecutive RBI singles in the eighth inning to rally San Francisco to a 4-3 victory over the Colorado Rockies. "Marco made it pretty easy for me," Belt said. "He did the hard part. He looks for his pitch and wont swing until he gets it." The Giants loaded the bases with one out against Matt Belisle (5-7), and Scutaro followed with a tying single into right field. Belts hit drove in Angel Pagan and gave San Francisco a 4-3 lead. Scutaro also doubled and drew a walk. "Thats what you love about him," manager Bruce Bochy said. "He wants to play and doesnt like days off. He was adamant about playing." Guillermo Moscoso (2-2) pitched two scoreless innings for the victory, securing the first winning homestand for the Giants since May 20-26. Santiago Casilla finished for his second save. Moscoso has pitched two scoreless innings in each of his last three outings, but this was his first appearance since Sept. 2 at San Diego "Im able to handle my routine out of the bullpen," he said. "Its about staying consistent." Nolan Arenado had two hits and two RBIs for the Rockies, who have lost five of six. Michael Cuddyer added three hits and went 7 for 13 in the series. "Weve played a lot of close games," Rockies manager Walt Weiss said. "Every time we come here, its a war. It seems like every game here is like this. Sometimes youre going to lose close games." Pablo Sandoval and Hunter Pence each drove in a run for San Francisco, which has won three of four. Giants right-hander Yusmeiro Petit struck out seven in 5 2-3 innings in his first start since he almost threw a perfect game against Arrizona before settling for a one-hitter.dddddddddddd He gave up three runs and six hits with two walks. "The Rockies came out singing and got their timing against me in the later innings," Petit said. "Ive seen our club come back so I just wanted to keep it close." Petit retired his first 11 batters before walking Corey Dickerson in the fourth. Dickerson raced over to third on Cuddyers base hit and scored on Arenados single, tying it at 1. Colorado added two more in the sixth on RBI singles by Arenado and Charlie Culberson, making it 3-1. Rockies starter Juan Nicasio was in line for the win before San Francisco rallied. He held the Giants to one run and five hits in five innings. The Giants left the bases loaded twice, once with two outs in the second and once with one out in the fifth. San Francisco pulled within one in the seventh, taking advantage of a bout of wildness from Josh Outman. The lefty walked the bases loaded with no outs, and Pence hit a sacrifice fly against Adam Ottavino. The Giants had a chance for more, but Sandoval and Hector Sanchez grounded out to end the inning. NOTES: Giants LHP Jeremy Affeldt will be reinstated from the disabled list in time for Thursdays game in Los Angeles. ... RHP Matt Cain (8-9, 4.37 ERA) will start for the Giants in the series opener against the Dodgers on Thursday. Hes 5-1 against them in his last 12 starts. ... Petit set down 38 of 39 batters before walking Dickerson. ... The Rockies will start RHP Tyler Chatwood (7-4, 3.17 ERA) in their series opener in Arizona on Thursday. ... Nicasio has allowed three earned runs in his last 22 innings against the Giants. ... Belisle needed 36 pitches to get through the eighth, the most by any Rockies reliever in an inning this season. ... The Giants left 13 runners on base. Theyve stranded 13 or more five times this year. ' ' ' Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping
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