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Upon further review: The Top 9 things we learned after the referee lockout

Upon further review: The Top 9 things we learned after the referee lockout

So, the refs are back. Yay. The NFL and the referees union struck an eight-year deal last night, which you can read about right here. Reaction has been pouring in all morning, both from Twitter and online. Finally, we can stop discussing lockouts for a while. Commissioner Roger Goodell chimed in here. Now that it’s over, let’s begin the process of looking back. Most importantly, what did we learn from this surprisingly lengthy labor issue? Well… 1. As much as it seemed we ridicule the referees, we really like them deep down: That was obvious. It was a case of absence making the heart grow fonder. Who knew anyone missed the same refs who they boo constantly on Sundays? Who realized how [...]See all stories on this topic »

Could be a long night in Baltimore for Weeden, Browns

Cleveland Browns QB Brandon Weeden and his struggling offensive line might be in for a world of hurt against the Baltimore Ravens on “Thursday Night Football.” Even with the losses of edge rusher Jarrett Johnson to San Diego in the offseason and Terrell Suggs due to an Achilles injury, the Ravens are still finding ways to rush the passer because of their scheme. Their ability to confuse protections by providing different looks and disguising their blitzes makes up for their lack of premier pass rushers. They are proficient with twists and stunts while bringing pressure off the edge, which leaves offensive lines in disarray and often leaves a lineman on air while a free rusher clobbers the QB. The Browns’ [...]See all stories on this topic »

National Football League and referees reach tentative deal to end lockout

National Football League and referees reach tentative deal to end lockout. Green Bay Packers vs Seattle Seahawks. Wide receiver Golden Tate #81 of the Seattle Seahawks makes a catch in the end zone to defeat the Green Bay Packers on a controversial …
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