NOW Tony Corento, a guy who just last season went through the rigorous regimen of chemotherapy, he came back.
To take the officiating reins away from those empathetic refs and be more decisive in the proper pace of the game.
And a flag that has been dropped, will stay on the ground, this time.
A guy like Corrento has the mettle to keep up with the NFL game of football.
If we are glad anybody is back, it's the guy named "Tony."
Remember one of those Italian cars called FIAT? That line of cars always needed fixing. So fed up FIAT drivers started calling it "Fix It Again, Tony," the first letters making out as FIAT.
This time it is Tony, a bona-fide authentic NFL official, and he is back to fix the image of NFL in regards to the quality of officiating.
He won't have to do it again for 8 years, by then we hope the NFL is smart enough to renew the agreement with its' officials on fair terms.
Or it will be FIAT all over again, thanks to stubborness and leadership that lacks (I think we mean Goodell)