A few seasons ago, America's National Football League adopted a new policy - I call it the red flag rule - that allows teams to protest calls made by officials on the field, writes Michael J. Dunne. When a team does not like what it sees, the head coach tosses a red flag out onto the field, time is called, and officials trot over to the sidelines to view taped replays of the action.
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