In that situation you don't review the play until after the offense sets up. Otherwise you're giving them free time that could potentially effect the outcome. Never, should you use a review to allow a team to gain time that's not there.
So in other words you allow the offense to get back to the line before blowing the whistle. This way once you start the clock back you can effectively overlap where the clock would have been running originally when they setup.
But that's not what it does - it doesn't effectively overlap anything because you let an offense get set, recognize the defense, then you force them to do it all over. In your argument, they should review it at the time the other team gets to the line and gets set, not 5 seconds after like they did.
Jags center screwed up by not realizing the time though.
Edited by mav1234, 25 September 2011 - 05:38 PM.