Somewhere in the middle of the 2008 season there was a call that challenged the interpretation of the rules. I was looking to verify my understanding, but everywhere I turned the play was through the lens of the team. It was the right call, even though it was controversial. It
It's with great excitement that we announce a new collaborative association between Football Zebras and Quirky Research.
"This is a fantastic partnership for our sites and for our audiences," says Ben Austro, the founder and editor-in-chief of Football Zebras. "All too often we are asked 'When was the last time...?' or 'Has
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Football Zebras is happy to announce that our very own Josh Lewis, once again, will be officiating games on Saturday as part of the official activities scheduled around the NFL Draft. This is Josh's second year working the event, seen here at last year's event with Tom LaNeve, a committee
Football Zebras was recognized by the editors of Sports Illustrated with our Twitter feed (follow) being included in the annual Twitter 100 list of sports-related accounts to follow. The Twitter 100 list was included in a broader Social 100 feature by Sports Illustrated.
"This is an incredible honor for Football Zebras
Chicago is center stage in the football world as the host of the NFL Draft weekend, and the league has several special events scheduled around the selection meeting. On Saturday, USA Football will hold a flag football tournament in conjunction with the NFL's Play 60 youth exercise initiative. We are
2013 has been an incredible year for us at Football Zebras, and I wanted to thank you for taking the time to read what we write. I appreciate the questions, the discussion, and even the arguments. I suppose it goes for with the territory when discussing the officiating. The number
Football Zebras editor Ben Austro was interviewed on the John Murphy Show (WGR 550/Buffalo) to discuss the controversial ending in Carolina. Podcast, begins at the 1:02:40 mark.
My apologies, as we were nt intending to break away this long around the holidays. Life sometimes has other plans. We will go back and write-up our assessments of the "Official Review" segments that we missed in the coming days. Thanks for your patience.
We expect to report every Wednesday on the "Official Review" segment on NFL Total Access. I am unsure if the segment aired on NFL Network, but as of Thursday, NFL.com has not posted either the network version or the online-only bonus coverage.