Look, I get that TECHNICALLY, a ball going out in the endzone has to be a touchback, and I get that the league doesn't want to make any special exceptions depending on the situation.
But seriously, that rule is ridiculously unfair. If the ball goes out one centimeter beyond the pylon, you keep possession and most likely get a touchdown the next play, but if it goes JUST past it, you lose everything? Players have very little control on where the fuck the ball is going to land when they lose control of it, and it's especially hard when it appears that you already went out of bounds and it seems like dropping the ball won't matter anyway. Yeah, I get it, be safe and just hold onto the ball and whatever, but when you're reaching for the pylon, it's easy to lose control of it. What are you supposed to do in that situation? Tell players to never try to extend to reach the endzone because they might fumble, even though the same exact action won't harm you on any other spot on the field?
It's like how many people were pissed about the pickoff play in Game 5 of the Cubs-Nationals game in baseball. Even if the runner's foot popped off the bag by 2 centimeters as he slid back because that's just how physics works, there HAS to be exceptions to the rules. It's just plain taking away from the fun and spirit of the game to call petty shit like that.