"It's important to remember that this is not reviewable," Blandino said Tuesday on NFL Network's "NFL Total Access." "The ruling on the field of whether Clark possessed it or not is not a reviewable aspect, and that's something the competition committee has looked at in the past, and I'm sure they'll continue to look at."
Blandino broke down the game tape where Clark appeared to briefly take possession of the ball.
"He's going to gain control, and it actually looks like he throws a backward pass, so had this been reviewable, I think we could have overturned this," Blandino said.
"Pittsburgh would have kept the football and we would have enforced the foul from the spot of the bat, and they would have kept the ball," Blandino added. "So it's an interesting play, (but) not something that's currently reviewable."
We'll see if that eventually changes.
"It's gotta be clear-cut, definitive," Blandino said. "The pass may have hit the ground; (I) just don't think you can prove it with the video we have available, and that's why the ruling on the field stood of an interception."