Well, here we are four years later with some sort of vindication. Not that it matters at all now. The NFL's Competition Committee has found that Dez Bryant's "non-catch" in the 2014 Divisional Round against the Green Bay Packers was in fact a "catch-catch."

From 247Sports.com, The NFL competition committee appears to have unanimous agreement that controversial catch rulings involving Dez Bryant and Calvin Johnson should have been ruled complete, according to Giants owner John Mara. So the committee is working on changing the rule to relax the "going to the ground" requirement.

And it only took half-a-decade for them to come to this conclusion. While the findings can do absolutely nothing to help the past, perhaps it will make a difference going forward. We look forward to the "going to the ground" rule change.