Big play opportunities were the story in the Ravens 23-16 win over the Browns. The one that really was a game changer was the interception return for a touchdown by Cary Williams.
I don’t begrudge anyone success, power, money, choice but I do hate stupidity. I hate it because it’s avoidable.
The owners are on the wrong side of this and they are destroying a great product, while basically flipping off the fans.
Baltimore native and former NFL DB Keion Carpenter joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss the state of the NFL. Another game was botched as the Packers fell to the Seahawks on MNF last […]
he has called out Roger Goodell for not addressing the disaster that is the replacement ref situation. I couldn’t agree with him more.
It’s not just about making bad calls, but it feels like they are almost never in the right position to make a correct call
Dirty shots and penalties reigned supreme in a contest that turned into a circus. The league is choosing to ignore the issues and it may lead to dire consequences.
What to expect within the NFL in upcoming weeks.
…asking the replacement refs to call an NFL game is like asking a guy cooking burgers at the neighborhood block party to be Bobby Flay.
With each passing game, you can see the issue with the refs.