I hope there is discussion about adjusting this rule. I mentioned before that "Play on" is not called quickly enough, and when it is, the player seems unwilling to leave for fear of a 50. Watching the PA/Bulldogs match, there was a 50 awarded, "per the rule" , i.e. correctly. However, the man on the mark reacted to the motion of a hand pass, which was pulled back, but because he moved, the 50 was awarded. Seems to me that this rule is far too severe. I can understand why the rule was put in place, but there are too many times when the play is allowed, or penalized, and the "man on the mark" is basically taken out of play. I really don't think that was the intent. So, end of rant, is there any conversation going on about making some changes/allowances so that the defense still has "something" to contribute instead of being forced to be a statue and totally taken out of play? As I mentioned, even after "play on" has been called, too many times, the defense still just stands. I assume for fear of being penalized.