Maybe I'm foolish, maybe I'm blind!
Well this is the obvious outcome of about 30 years of defenders using offside as a way to trap forwards, which it was never meant to be. I can remember flagging (as club AR in 80's) about twenty or more offsides every game. Cross, defenders step up, any player the slightest fraction ahead of the defensive line: flag up. So perhaps the pendulum has now swung strongly to the other side, with a player needing not only to be in offside position but to actually DO something as well. The difference is: one system leads to goals that defenders consider unfair, the other system just gioves dozens of indirect free kicks in a game. Ask yourself: which is the best for watching a game of football?