Cory Hepola: Here's two rules the NFL needs to change now

Cory Hepola likes the results of the NFC and AFC championship games but feels the NFL can still improve their product for the fans

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January 21, 2019 - 1:11 pm

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After watching the NFL crown their NFC and AFC champions Sunday, Cory Hepola told WCCO listeners that he has a big problem with the way each of the games was decided.

"They (the NFL) absolutely need to make two changes," Hepola said.

A missed pass interference call cost New Orleans a trip to the Super Bowl and Cory believes that is something coaches should be able to challenge with instant replay. The Saints, unable to challenge the missed call late in the game, ended up losing to the Los Angeles Rams in overtime.

Speaking of overtime, the New England Patriots beat Kansas City in overtime by scoring a touchdown on their opening possession of the overtime period. Cory says it's completely unfair and against everything the fans want to see the game end without Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes getting a chance to score.

You can listen Cory's rant here:

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