No, you aren't the only one. I saw it too. I ref, and I'd have at least caught the obstruction. I blew one up the previous weekend in a women's match. It was very similar. Regarding the forward pass, I'll have to see the play again to see if the ref was out of position, but then what are touch judges, excuse me, must use the new proper term, assistant referees for, other than just marking where the ball goes into touch?
Obstruction should have been called on that dummy pass, as the dummy runner obstructed a defensive player. And the forward pass was somehow missed by the ref if guess. Maybe the refs have been told to let certain things to, as blowing the whistle might mean a slower game, less action, and people at home might turn to another channel to watch something else. It's about the money, you know. So, maybe the laws need to be amended, or the refs need to start blowing up offenses.
Looked like a forward pass and obstruction could have been called. But jeez, just put aside the rules so that the crowd can be pleased, in the seats and at home on the TV. It's all about the money nowadays.