On every run by a Houston RB, when they carried the ball they would swing it back and then forward in their hand as they ran.
Now as we all know, swinging/moving the ball forward starts a forward pass, so I ask the following questions:
1) Why could the RB's swing the ball forward as they run more than once per run? Aren't you allowed one forward pass per possession?
2) Why could the RB's swing the ball forward after they got past the line of scrimmage? Isn't it illegal to have a forward pass once your body crosses the line of scrimmage in it's entirety?
3) Why does the NFL hate us enough to clearly avoid calling these obvious penalties?