No. they don't. And furthermore, the NFL higher-ups take themselves WAAAY too seriously with these rules and microscopic judgement calls on every other play. We have descended into quibbling over wiggles and millimeters because the NFL thinks it's wise to do so since we have replay at our disposal to over-use and be overly reliant on.
When replay was introduced, I was all for it. I was so happy. FINALLY, all these boneheaded obvious bad calls could get overturned in a second. NOW? The NFL brass has lost its mind in ticky tacky complexity and overly refined rules about catches and possession...because we have replay. That's doing it all wrong. The rules should be simple so replay is not overly needed and easy to use when it is needed.
When replay was new, that Jets play was a TD. And no review would have changed it. When replay was new, rules for catch, possession and TDs were simple and easy to agree on because the rules were made for the human eye at full speed. The rules were practical. Now, the rules are made for replay. Result? We can all stare at a play in slo-mo 10 times and not have agreement on what we see! It's ridiculous.