The NFL has furnished Football Zebras with the rules modifications in place for the Pro Bowl. For player safety and exhibition purposes, there are restrictions on formations, pass coverage, and rushing the quarterback or kicker. The formation and coverage schemes are monitored by Dean Blandino and an unnamed assistant coach
Week 11: Lions at Cardinals (video)
An unusual set of circumstances collided on an Arizona punt, and, depending on the ruling, it is a spectacular play for one team and a missed opportunity for the other.
With the punt headed for the end zone, Cardinals special teamer Justin Bethel grabs the ball
The kicking game has become more complex to officiate over the past few years, even before the ball is snapped or kicked. The NFL, citing player safety, has developed rules to outlaw unbalanced lines in free kick and scrimmage kick formation.
Gone are the days where the kicking team can
Week 5: Cardinals at Broncos
Broncos tight end Julius Thomas was flagged for a 15-yard illegal chop block on Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell. Campbell suffered a strained MCL and will be out three to four weeks. His coach, Bruce Arians, called it "the dirtiest play I've seen in the National
A lofty punt by Cowboys punter Chris Jones appeared to scrape the bottom of the massive video screen hovering over the field at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. When the video board was installed in 2009, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said it would be unlikely to be hit by a
The Pro Bowl will undergo radical changes this season in an attempt to add variety to a typically dull game. The league, based on their promotional spots for the game, would like us to highlight the fact that this game is "unconferenced."
The NFL Network carried a live draft of the
AFC Divisional Playoff: Colts at Patriots
When the snap sails over the punter’s head and out the back of the end zone, all of us have the same first reaction: safety. However this season we saw many instances of bizarre rulings, rare rule applications, and rule misapplications, so now more than