What does this crucial TD remind you of? Maybe the Jacoby Jones over-turned TD from the Giants game?
I remember being at the stadium and seeing the "Under the Hood" feed, where they showed us what the ref was looking at in the booth. That's the story anyway.
Every time they slo-mo'd it to SUPPOSEDLY show us what the ref was watching, it NEVER included the ball coming out as soon as his hands hit the ground. The focus wasn't on the "completion of the catch", it was all on his feet. Apparently NONE of the refs noticed the ball come out, so they didn't bother looking at that on review.
I frankly don't see any difference between the Miller game-tying TD (would have been 3rd-and-goal from the 7 if ruled incomplete) and the Jones incompletion today. Catch, two feet down, turn and stretch, break the plane, then drop the ball. Why is one a TD and the other an incompletion?