For decades, it was just the rule. The most prominent example of the rule was Super Bowl XXVII. Cowboys defensive end Leon Lett was about to return a Bills fumble for a touchdown and set a high-score record in a Super Bowl. Bills receiver Don Beebe sprinted after Lett, forcing
Rules school: What replay assist can and can’t do
After review, a reversal. NFL won't allow a holder to elevate a teed kickoff ball
The Raiders sought clarification on an unusual tactic for kickoffs. After initially granting approval, the league has reversed course on the rule interpretation it issued. Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson found a way to get a little extra elevation by having a teammate hold the ball while it was on the tee.
Rules review video: getting away with feigning injury, late subs, and receivers out of bounds
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEm3RT4TeKw 2022 rules review video #2 National coordinator of football officials Steve Shaw posted his second weekly video this season addressing rules and interpretations in college football. Shaw again presented statistics on targeting fouls, saying that the foul occurs in out in 4.8 games on average, a slight increase to the 1-in-4.2 average
Rules review video: unusual fair-catch situation, new low-block rule, and a fumble into the pylon
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5t2VO8-UKY0 2022 rules review video #1 College football national coordinator of football officials Steve Shaw released his first video of 2022 discussing some rules and interpretations for the benefit of fans and the media: Shaw highlighted the statistics of targeting fouls, noting that there is one targeting foul in about 4.2 games on