I remember after the 2012 home game there were a lot of questions raised about pass interference regarding the Seattle secondary. There were many infuriating events from last nights game, but the one I can't figure out is how Seattle gets away with that much contact down the field. The only penalty I remember getting called is when one of the corners straight up tackled a receiver after five yards, and that was when the game was already out of hand.
Does anybody have some legitimate explanation, maybe even a statement from the NFL regarding it? How else can it be explained except the referees feel bad throwing a flag on every play? Five yards is five yards, why is that not enforced?