Mike Tomlin, who is a member of the NFL's competition committee, declared Tuesday that the catch rule should be reviewed this offseason.
The Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the New England Patriots on Sunday afternoon after a late Jesse James touchdown was overturned.
"I think that we all can acknowledge that all of this needs to be revisited," Tomlin said. "It's not just that play. We're having similar discussions week in and week out. So as a member of the committee, I acknowledge that we've got our work cut out for us this offseason regarding a number of those things."