Miami Dolphins QB Chad Henne Credited With an INT: NFL Adds Insult To Injury

Jason ClaryCorrespondent IOctober 28, 2010

GREEN BAY, WI - OCTOBER 17: Chad Henne #7 of the Miami Dolphins passes against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on October 17, 2010 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
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I'm sure all of you can remember the drama that unfolded as the NFL supposedly "made the right call" late in the game, which all but crushed the Miami Dolphins' chances of beating the Pittsburgh Steelers.

However, the NFL isn't done throwing salt in the wound of the Dolphins. After James Harrison acknowledged "that was my least productive game this year...We can still play the game, but it's not the same", the NFL awarded him with an interception on Chad Henne, which stemmed from the last play of the game, which had no bearing on the final outcome.

This video shows the last play of the game between these two teams. It was a fourth down play, which means that no matter the stat implications (interception or no interception) the outcome of the game would not have changed. The ball also hit the ground.

This is the same NFL that fined James Harrison $75,000 and almost forced him to the brink of retirement. This is the same NFL that has over 100 workers' compensation cases, in which it is trying to fight the former players who need money; The same NFL that fines players now for malicious hits, but won't give proper compensation to those players who need an income because of being viciously hit and hurt when the rules weren't the same.

Not to mention, the NFL also wants to extend the season to 18 games, which would further put these players' health in jeopardy.

This same, money hungry NFL also told Miami that they would never host another Super Bowl unless they renovated their stadium again, which just underwent an over $200 million renovation less than five years ago.

Roger Goodell preaches conduct, honesty and integrity. Two of the officials in Sunday's game were from Pittsburgh, and they also flew back with the team.

After the NFL failed to change the result of the controversial fumble call in the end zone, it feels bad for a player on the team that already won and awards them with an interception on a ball that not only hit the ground, but may not have even been a pass.

In the past the National Football League has been called the No Fun League, but now it should be called the Never Fair League.