This one doesn't happen very often, but in the early game today, there was a penalty called for offensive pass interference. Called a "pick" play. The offensive player obstructs the path of the defender while another player receives the ball. In the case of today's call, the player was literally just standing there, not part of the play and the defender barely touched him. The offensive player did not impeed the defender and the pass was well away from the so-called "pick". When this penalty is usually called, the offensive player is in motion and clearly intends to disrupt the defense. On this play, the offensive player was just literally standing there and the defensive player ran into him. I know there will be other opinions, but mine is that this is extremely ticky-tack and the referee's need to use judgment when this call is made. Peace. PS. I actully think it was in the Chicago/NOLA game, not the early game..... PPS. Amazing Chicago is keeping this game so close.