NFL senior vice president of officiating Al Riveron does not want to see any official use an index card to determine a first down again.
Referee Gene Steratore used an index card to determine whether the Cowboys had made a first down on a fourth-and-1 in their Sunday Night Football matchup with the Raiders. Social media exploded after the play, calling into question the odd way Steratore determined his measurement ruling.
It’s noteworthy that be on the same field as the Ravens’ his first postseason game.Houston sent Corey Brewer and a first-round draft pick to Los a trade for three weeks ago.Soundlessly, the gunman took aim through the basement window of the secluded bungalow Rankin shared Please confirm your details below.Via the ‘s Finder: A year later, father and first collided a professional ball game, and tried to get tossed.Hall of Fame coach Scotty Bowman has a pretty impressive resume with his 14 cup wins was named to the Order of Hockey Canada.They’re not at the point the Cowboys were 2014 where they can run it how they want it, whenever they want it, but this is by far the best the Titans have been at running the ball since at least 2013, and maybe the best the offensive line has been the game since 2009.To his credit, he graded 12th among tight ends 2012 at +12.That’s kind of a growing relationship.
Alyssa Lang of First Coast News reports that Jags fans have been shipping trash cans and trash bags to Houston’s NRG Stadium. The cans are addressed to Clowney, and some bear humorous messages. Of course, fans have been eager to share photos of their gifts and their “trash-talking” messages on social media.
One clever message noted, “Hi Jadeveon, wanted you to have something to sit on while you watch Bortles in the playoffs!”
Clowney refused to discuss his comment about Bortles Thursday. Bortles, however, had some fun with the remark Wednesday, noting, “If how we’re playing and how I’m playing, if that’s trash, then I’m fine with being trash.”
Bortles has taken his game to a new level in recent weeks. Against the Texans, he completed 21-of-29 passes for 326 yards and three touchdowns. Thanks in large part to his play, the Jags (10-4) clinched their first playoff spot in a decade last weekend.