I thought that was a good no-call. As the the last call on Brown on Thanksgiving should have been also.
The Raiders blew their chance when that...
If I hadn't just witnessed LVE plunge from stud to dud after an impressive rookie season and seen the 2019 Jaylon after the 2018 version, then I'd...
Minus the one TD drive in the first half, 0
In total, I give him a 2.
Minus that drive, against the awful Falcons, and some of the 4th quarter...
New name for the defense:
Parsons and the 10 Stiffs.
Pollard. Bye, Zeke.
Kearse just bailed them out
In a dog fight with a CFL caliber talented team. This team is a joke.
Each WR with great plays on that drive.
Beautiful throw and catch.
Dak is terrible. Lamb wide the f open.
Prepare for Hill to look like an all-pro anyway.
And all those possibilities still existed when hill swung on him after the game, only worse since the raider was unsuspecting and the reasonable...
The difference is reaction vs. Premeditation. The law recognizes this principle, why shouldn't the NFL?
In nfl's defense, one was in-game and the other occurred after the game. Not the same.
Yep. Another example of the NFL's lack of consistency and logic to rules and punishment.
Dak should be more worried about the 3 losses in the past 4 games and erratic offense (and passes) than what fans think, say, or do.
I'm surprised by this. If a sucker punch after the game doesn't warrant a suspension *** does? If that happens during the game it's an automatic...