Really, we don't understand the rules of football anymore. With Minnesota attempting to drive down to tie the game in the waining seconds at Lambeau, Kirk Cousins threw what looked to be the game-ending interception deep in the Packers secondary, as he was hit on the play. Unfortunately, veteran pass-rusher Clay Matthews was called for an abysmal roughing the passer call to keep the drive alive. The rest, of course, was history.
Matthews has been around enough to know exactly what to do in clutch situations, and there's just no way he would put his team in that position two weeks in a row. The NFL's new roughing the passer rules make it incredibly tough to understand exactly what's a penalty. Surely, this won't help matters.