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    Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons was called for roughing the passer, after Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr fell into him. Dallas Cowboys fans had to be dealing with heartburn on Thursday night, and it had nothing to do with Thanksgiving dinner. Rather, it had to do with the calls by officials during their Thanksgiving game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Dallas fans were no doubt furious about one penalty in particular. In the second half, Cowboys rookie linebacker Micah Parsons was called for a roughing the passer penalty. But upon further replay, the flag was thrown after Raiders quarterback Derek Carr…fell right into Parson’s hand and knee. Take a look for yourselves in the video below. “Forcible” contact is obviously subjective but I would put this in the “glancing” category rather than “forcible”. https://t.co/Vq2yzm60NK — Terry McAulay (@SNFRules) November 26, 2021 Micah Parsons called for questionable roughing the passer penalty vs. Raiders That penalty turned out to be costly for Dallas, as it turned an 11-yard reception by Hunter Renfrow into a 26-yard gain with the penalty. That, and...
    Saints linebacker Kaden Ellis was flagged for an atrocious penalty Sunday against the Titans. Ryan Tannehill tossed an interception, but the play was called back because Ellis had the audacity to lightly tap the Tennessee quarterback to the ground. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) In case you think I’m exaggerating, just wait until you see the video. *This* roughing the passer negated a Saints interception. So bad. pic.twitter.com/OqFHFyLyIb — Joe Fann (@Joe_Fann) November 14, 2021 Seriously, what the hell is wrong with the league’s roughing the passer rule? What is wrong with the NFL and the apparent need to protect QBs at all costs? This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a trash roughing the passer call this season. In fact, it’s happening way too often. Malik Jackson was called for roughing the passer (Kyler Murray) on this play. #AZvsCLE pic.twitter.com/73V7hAgvzp — René Bugner (@RNBWCV) October 17, 2021 It’s garbage calls like this one that really turn fans off when it comes to the NFL. People don’t expect to always win, but we...
    Ellen Pompeo Gushes Over Working With Scott Speedman on Greys Anatomy Companies That Produce the Most Plastic Waste Around the World Baltimore Ravens starting quarterback Lamar Jackson is already a one-time NFL Most Valuable Player but, per Jamison Hensley of ESPN, entered last Monday's prime-time showdown with the Indianapolis Colts having not drawn a roughing the passer penalty since December 2019 despite his ability to extend plays with his legs coupled with his star status.  © Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. That changed in the third quarter of the contest, though, when referee Land Clark threw a flag on Colts linebacker Darius Leonard for a hit on the elusive signal-caller.  Jackson expressed his gratitude while speaking with reporters Wednesday.  "Mr. Clark, I appreciate that call," Jackson said. "I remember his name."  The 2019 MVP continued: "That was a pretty dope call and it was fair, too. He did hit me in the face. It wasn't like it was no BS call or nothing like that. It was dope to get one."  As Todd Karpovich noted...
    Man who resembles Family Guys Peter Griffin on mention on cartoon Major oil spill closes popular California beach The Washington Football Team was able to get back into the win column this Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons thanks to a J.D. McKissic touchdown scored with just 33 seconds left. But, Washington found themselves victims of an incredibly questionable penalty that left the NFL world confused.  © Provided by CBS Sports Sep 26, 2021; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Washington Football Team defensive end Chase Young (99) warms up before a game against the Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium. Late in the third quarter, the Falcons attempted to convert a fourth-and-2. Matt Ryan was chased down by Chase Young, who inexplicably put his hands on the quarterback, and shoved Ryan without tackling him. Ryan then went down to one knee, and it was ruled as a sack. However, an official threw his yellow flag and deemed that Young was guilty of roughing the passer.  Here are a couple of different angles of the play: This is a terrible roughing the...
    Lions safety Tracy Walker was called for the worst roughing the passer we’ve ever seen. Kirk Cousins isn’t Tom Brady — he doesn’t deserve those types of calls. Yet, in a meaningless Lions-Vikings Week 17 game, the officials pretended that, for just a moment, they were calling a matchup with slightly more importance. Walker was unblocked, and thus unabated to the quarterback near the goal-line. Now, as a defender, Walker knows he can’t make much contact with Cousins, or else he’ll be called for a 15-yard penalty. It’s not fair, but it’s the profession he signed up for. Nonetheless, Walker hit Cousins square in his chest, and made sure not to land on him with his entire body weight. Did that work? Nope. This was flagged for roughing the passer. Horrendous. pic.twitter.com/c1tA7j89Ao — Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) January 3, 2021 Sacking the quarterback in the modern NFL is impossibleTo be able to make a legal hit on an opposing QB is an art form, really. There’s a small window of success rate, and even that doesn’t take into account human...
    The New York Jets pulled off their second-straight win with a 23-16 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday afternoon in New Jersey's MetLife Stadium. However, early on in the game, the Jets had a brutal roughing the passer call against them when defensive lineman Folorunso Fatukasi attempted to sack Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM There was a ton of reaction on social media about the call. One senior NFL reporter called it "the worst roughing the passer call of all-time." BRETT FAVRE ASKS CHARGERS' JUSTIN HERBERT 'WHAT'S THE SECRET' TO HIS PLAY THIS SEASON COLTS PLAYERS PULL OFF 'SOUL TRAIN' LINE CELEBRATION FOLLOWING TD VS. STEELERS Jets quarterback Sam Darnold completed 16 of 32 passes for 175 yards and two scores, and wide receiver Jamison Crowder came down with seven receptions for 92 yards with one touchdown and he threw for a second on a razzle-dazzle option play in New York’s win. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Mayfield wasn’t at his best on Sunday, as he completed 28 of...
    The New York Jets got called for what might be the softest roughing the passer penalty ever. There are roughing penalties and then there are rough penalties. But it’s still frustrating to see a call like this and try to see anyone take it seriously.
    Tiny Pretty Things Kylie Jefferson Breaks Down Her Star Turn and Shares Advice from Debbie Allen Australia Bank Dividend Cap Lifted as Recovery Takes Hold Watch: Ridiculous roughing the passer call on Ravens Matthew Judon It isn’t always easy to decipher what the NFL wants to do with its roughing the passer rules since the league ratified them a few years ago to make them even touchier (ask Clay Matthews about that), but we’re pretty sure this call on Baltimore pass-rusher Matthew Judon isn’t the way to go. © Provided by Touchdown Wire With 2:19 left in the first quarter of the Monday night matchup between the Browns and the Ravens, Judon looked to break through to harass Baker Mayfield. In truth, it was right guard Wyatt Teller who sort of threw Judon into Mayfield, and Judon didn’t even use his entire body weight when he got the sack. In fact, Judon tried his best to give Mayfield the softest landing possible. “Roughing” the passer. pic.twitter.com/Udwad9Vs6I— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) December 15, 2020 Not a great look from Bill...
    The Baltimore Ravens were called for a brutal roughing the passer penalty. Baker Mayfield probably doesn’t deserve this kind of start treatment. While Mayfield is a former No. 1 overall pick and Heisman winner, he can definitely take a hit when called upon, especially when that tackle is as legal as they come. Defenders in the modern NFL have a tough gig as it pertains to tackling the quarterback. There’s a very small window to make a legal hit, and it’s somewhere between the thighs and shoulder-pads of the opposing signal-caller. Yet, even when everything goes perfectly, there’s no guarantee that an official might misconstrue matters. Personal foul, playing football.pic.twitter.com/sqrbseZIUD — NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) December 15, 2020 How is the world was that roughing the passer?Matthew Judon is a veteran of this league. He’s by no means dirty, and knows what’s considered a legal hit, and what is not. Judon was rightfully upset after he bulled over the Browns offensive lineman on third down for a crucial hit, which would’ve otherwise ended Cleveland’s drive. Instead, Baltimore had to rely on...
    It’s ironic, isn’t it? The Buccaneers don’t like when Patrick Mahomes gets Tom Brady calls. Mahomes threw an interception that amounted to an arm punt, but the play was called in the Chiefs favor due to a Jason Pierre-Paul roughing the passer penalty. JPP got his hands in the face of Mahomes, which technically is a penalty. It’s tough to blame the officials for following the rulebook, but expect that very rule to be reviewed by the competition committee this offseason. This may be the “right” roughing the passer call based on the rules…but come on #KCvsTB pic.twitter.com/xL2NNOufKp — Bad Sports Refs (@BadSportsRefs) November 30, 2020 The Bucs have amounted a comeback of sorts, as they faced a substantial deficit in the first quarter. Yet, that’s how Tom Brady works. The Bucs are new to it, but those who’ve long watched NFL football understand it all too well. Patriots — and fans of rival teams — also know it’s illegal to hit Brady in any fashion. Considering his ascent into football God status, Mahomes will receive the same treatment...
    No one in the NFL knows what roughing the passer is, not even the officials. Roughing the passer changes from one game to the next, which is the problem in a nutshell. Per the NFL rulebook, defenders aren’t allowed to club or hit the quarterback’s helmet, or they’re at risk of a 15-yard penalty. That’s exactly what one Vikings defender did to Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles in the fourth quarter on Monday Night Football. You tap a QB on the helmet these days and it’s roughing the passer, yet this somehow wasn’t #MINvsCHI pic.twitter.com/9MM1XsatvB — Bad Sports Refs (@BadSportsRefs) November 17, 2020 Based on the standard set around the league in recent years, this should be a penalty, and by default the Bears drive would’ve been extended. Instead, Chicago had to punt, wondering “what if” on the sidelines.
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