10-second runoff rule expands by one minute

Embed from Getty Images New for 2017, the NFL is expanding the 10-second runoff rule. This season the 10-second runoff applies after the two-minute warning instead of the last minute of the half. A 10-second runoff happens when a certain fouls, injuries, and replay situations stop the clock near the end of

50 Super Bowl calls, Part 4: XX to XI

The Football Zebras staff -- with the assistance of our affiliated forum, Behind the Football Stripes -- has examined the Super Bowls of years past for the work of the officials who, in a given year, achieve the honor of the best of the best. While every team competes for

Media tape: clock on penalties, spot on slide, tangled feet PI

The latest media tape by Dean Blandino has been posted by the NFL, which we will use as the weekly training tape on unusual calls. The vice president of officiating discussed these calls:The clock remains stopped on penalties inside 2:00 of the first half and 5:00 of the second half.