What was it Bill Belichick said this week? “When you have two challenges, I don’t see anything wrong with the concept of, 'You can challenge any two plays you want.'" His displeasure referenced a fair catch interference non-call made in the Patriots game against Houston. “I understand that judgment calls are judgment calls, but to say that an important play can’t be reviewed, I don’t think that’s really in the spirit of trying to get everything right and making sure the most important plays are officiated properly." Funny thing, a similar play happened in the Cleveland game. On a Browns second-and-8 play, Jason Campbell threw to Greg Little. Patriots linebacker Dont'a Hightower was there to wrap Little up, spin him around, and throw him to the ground. It appeared Little fumbled the ball well before he hit the ground, which the Patriots recovered, but the officials ruled in favor of forward progress. It was a complete pass for no gain. A furious Belichick screamed his displeasure and stuffing the red challenge flack back into his sock.