The NFL owners voted to approve three more rule changes on Wednesday, two on a trial basis. One of those rules is trying real hard to eliminate kickoff returns.
Who wants to get excited about NFL football?! If you do, then these new NFL rules are sure to be enthralling. More horse collar penalties coming right up!
The NFL is considering cutting the preseason from four games to three by eliminating the final contest. Good riddance? Well, maybe. Maybe not.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews has been vocal about his distaste for the NFL’s overtime rules. His solution: switch to college rules.
A lot of people favor addressing the NFL’s overtime rules so both teams touch the ball. Not Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy. Not Mr. Status Quo.
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.