The NFL competition committee changed the wording of the Calvin Johnson rule. The rule itself remains the same, meaning no, Dallas Cowboys fans, that still wasn’t a catch.
We kid, of course. Mason Crosby will be just fine, but some other NFL kickers may not be. The league decided to move PATs from the 2 back to the 15-yard line.
The NFL went into razzle dazzle mode in explaining the language change to its rule defining what is a catch, but don’t worry, the truth is out there.
An Aaron Rodgers’ fumble was ruled a safety even though Eddie Lacy recovered it and ran it out of the end zone. Idiotic. Here’s the reason for the rule. The Holy Roller.
The NFL updated some of their rules this past week and that’s swell. Here are some rules that are sorely in need up updating, with a big focus on penalties.
The NFL and NFLPA agreed on two rule changes, one of which allows a player to go on injured reserve and come off during the season. Unfortunately, it won’t help Green Bay Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop.
If the NFL wanted to eliminate what’s potentially one of the most exciting plays in football, they did a good job on Tuesday. The league decided to move kickoffs from the 30 to the 35-yard line. You know what that means? You’re only going to see touchbacks in the NFL, next season. Awesome! I’m probably […]
We’re going to take a break from telling you everyone on the Green Bay Packers is injured to deliver some good news. Minnesota Vikings defensive end/sheep fucker Jared Allen will no longer be able to perform the traditional version of his sack celebration. You know, the one where he drops to one knee and pretends […]
Earlier this month the NFL announced they are moving umpires from the defensive side of the ball to the offensive backfield in 2010. The move was made to protect umpires, but it’s a move Green Bay Packers’ coach Mike McCarthy thinks could have affected the outcome of the Packers playoff game with the Arizona Cardinals, […]
The league owners voted 28-4 to change overtime rules in the NFL playoffs, Tuesday. The new rule states that the team that loses the coin toss will get a possession if the team that wins the coin toss only scores a field goal. If the team that wins the coin toss scores a touchdown, the […]