http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/20816028/detroit-lions-coach-jim-caldwell-nixed-td-done-with "I think everybody can split hairs and look at it differently and all that kind of stuff," Caldwell said. "I like to deal with reality, and the reality of it is it doesn't do any good to complain about it. Doesn't do any good to say 'maybe,' 'perhaps.' It's over and done with. We lost the game. "They applied the rule as the rule stood correctly, and that's it. End of story." Caldwell said plays typically take four seconds to run; the final play of the game started with 12 seconds left. He said the Lions had not specifically used a stopwatch to time the length of the final play, but that they have an idea of how long it should take because of their work on clock management. Very disappointed with the Lions response here. There have been questionable calls going versus Detroit and will continue to do so unless someone grows some balls and calls out the NFL with these officiating inconsistencies. I ask myself this question, would they call this a non-TD if this was the Patriots? The Lions need to decide what they want to do. Win football games or sell F150's with NFL advertising. Sometimes you have to upset the apple cart. Other coaches and organizations would call this out in the press conference. Never the Lions! What is the priority here? Winning??? Imagine being a player for a team that won't stand up for itself.