Another week, another set of unthinkably bad officiating decisions in the NFL NFL officials are notoriously bad at explaining themselves. Unlike the NBA, which often releases a two-minute report or at least some sort of defense for those who dare to wear the black-and-white stripes on a weekly basis, the NFL leaves just about every
Even the most well-intentioned NFL referees can fail miserably An NFL instant replay system wasn’t put into place until 1986, and even then it came with significant flaws. Officiating couldn’t handle the tech, or often the gravity of the moment, and until proper training was put into place even a second pair of eyes in
Alex Smith had a good reason for not reaching out to Dak Prescott over injury. People all over the sports world cringed when Dak Prescott suffered that horrific ankle injury on Sunday. We watched with one eye closed as the Cowboys quarterback was splayed on the field with his ankle pointed in an unnatural direction.
Alex Smith survived an Aaron Donald sack, meaning he’s fully back Donald has two sacks on the day, with none more important and influential than when he brought down Alex Smith. Smith, who made his first professional appearance since November of 2018 when he suffered a devastating leg injury, looked serviceable after entering the game
Dwayne Haskins won the starting job at Ohio State over Joe Burrow but is now being benched by the Washington Football Team in favor of Kyle Allen. Former first round pick Dwayne Haskins is no longer the starting quarterback for the Washington Football Team after the former Ohio State star was benched in favor of Kyle Allen
Extra caution with early season injuries is common, but one decision suggests the Eagles took Washington lightly on Sunday. One of the biggest upsets on the first Sunday of the NFL season came in Washington. The Philadelphia Eagles jumped out to a 17-0 lead, before allowing 27 straight points to go home with a loss
Dwayne Haskins, Washington Football Team. (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images) These 4 quarterbacks need to hold a clipboard in next week’s NFL action. Who doesn’t love benching starting quarterbacks before NFL Week 2 even begins? Even though there was no preseason this year, we saw some atrocious quarterback play that was unbecoming of a starter
LANDOVER, MD – OCTOBER 14: Quarterback Alex Smith #11 of the Washington Redskins throws a touchdown in the first quarter against the Carolina Panthers at FedExField on October 14, 2018 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Washington quarterback Alex Smith is inching closer to being able to take snaps in the NFL after