NFL Thread 2021-2022

#307      
Response from referee Tony Corrente regarding a couple of big plays in tonight's game:

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#308      
Fields coming out party. You have to let him try to win it at the end. Unless your name happens to be Justin Tucker, you're not making that kick. It was nowhere close to hitting the crossbar like Levy stated.

I'm not one to complain about officiating but that was criminal what took place out there tonight. The NFL is becoming more and more unbearable with all these stupid rules to the point where you can't even look at the opposing team's sideline without a flag being thrown. Unless literal punches are being thrown, let them play FFS.
 
#309      
I’m less concerned with the tainting call than the low block on Daniels. There’s a lot of room for interpretation on taunting. It is what it is.

But there’s got to be contact for it to be a low block and Daniels didn’t come anywhere near making contact. It was a complete blown call.
 
#310      
Cary, IL
I’m less concerned with the tainting call than the low block on Daniels. There’s a lot of room for interpretation on taunting. It is what it is.

But there’s got to be contact for it to be a low block and Daniels didn’t come anywhere near making contact. It was a complete blown call.
And he was still in the tight end box.
 
#311      
We have our QB

Larry Borom last two starts went up against Nick Bosa and TJ Watt he allowed 1 sack and total 2 pressures.

Pace deserves a ton of blame for a lot of things, but If Teven Jenkins is as good as I think he is, this has a chance to be an all time draft.
 
#315      
Lions-Steelers game ends in a 16-16 tie.

They mentioned on the broadcast that the Lions haven't beaten Steelers in Pittsburgh since 1955. It's been so long since they've won in Pittsburgh that the Ford family didn't even own the Lions the last time they won in Pittsburgh.
 
#316      
Geneseo, IL
Lions-Steelers game ends in a 16-16 tie.

They mentioned on the broadcast that the Lions haven't beaten Steelers in Pittsburgh since 1955. It's been so long since they've won in Pittsburgh that the Ford family didn't even own the Lions the last time they won in Pittsburgh.
Looked like two crap teams going at it, OT was pathetic.
 
#317      
The weather was also absolutely terrible in Pittsburgh yesterday too.

Co-worker of mine who is a Steelers fan said the middle of the Steelers D (NT and MLBs) basically gave up after the 1st quarter of the game. That's part of why Detroit was able to gash them on runs.
 
#318      
Bears may potentially catch a break tomorrow with Lamar Jackson dealing with a non-covid related illness. Schefter is saying that at this point it's 50/50 if Lamar plays. Lamar's backup is Tyler Huntley, an undrafted player in his 2nd season from Utah.