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Images of Week 1
Courtesy of team photographersClick on any image to open as a slideshow.Courtesy of Getty ImagesView image | gettyimages.comSarah Thomas makes history.View image | gettyimages.comLine Judge Gary Arthur acknowledges the crowd's applause as he leaves the field after being injured on a punt play. We wish Mr. Arthur a speedy recovery.View
After Further Review: Which 2 teams (and 7 officials) will go from 0-0 to 50?
Â View image | gettyimages.comQuick calls from Week 1 [Football Zebras]Seahawks kicked an onside kick at the start of overtime, creating an enforcement 180Â° [Ben Austro/Football Zebras]During the Broncos/Ravens game, LJ Gary Arthur (above) was hit from behind in the first quarter. He left the game with a broken collarbone [NFL.com
Onside kick to start overtime causes enforcement nightmare
Week 1: Seahawks at Rams (video)A surprise onside kick didn't catch the Rams napping, but it wound up catching the officiating crew off guard.The Steven Hauschka kick was popped straight up into the air, and Rams receiver Bradley Marquez signaled for a fair catch and successfully and cleanly caught the
After Further Review: Reunions, points of emphasis, and roughness fouls
Quick calls for Week 1 [Football Zebras] You make the call on the punt coverage for the Browns [Ben Austro/Football Zebras] The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks realize they may be the motivation behind the highly enforced illegal contact penalty [Sam Farmer/LA Times] Calls for illegal contact and defensive holding, points of emphasis
Do Browns shoulder burden of avoiding touchback?
Week 1 referee assignments
Cards’ final play, again, evades replay review
Week 1: 49ers at Cardinals It seems the Arizona Cardinals cannot finish a game without a controversial call on the last play of the game. In the first outing following the controversial game-ending fumble in Super Bowl XLIII, the Cardinals found themselves, again, in a last-second desperation call. With eight seconds left