DeAndre Hopkins pass interference no-call somehow upheld upon review

NFL officials continue to prove that they are almost completely unwilling to change a pass interference call or no-call that has been made on the field, and we saw another example on Sunday that illustrated how ineffective the review system has been.

Early in the first half of the Texans-Ravens game, DeAndre Hopkins appeared to be blatantly hooked in the end zone by Baltimore cornerback Marlon Humphrey. No flag was thrown, so Bill O’Brien challenged the no-call. Here’s a video of the play: