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https://plus.google.com/115862284034881096213 Rudy Huerta : Fantasy Football 2014: Week 9 WR Rankings Antonio Brown Jeremy Maclin Dez Bryant Demaryius Thomas T.Y...
Fantasy Football 2014: Week 9 WR Rankings
Antonio Brown Jeremy Maclin Dez Bryant Demaryius Thomas T.Y. Hilton Emmanuel Sanders DeAndre Hopkins Odell Beckham Jr Kelvin Benjamin Andre Johnson Steve Smith Sr. Mohamed Sanu A.J. Green DeSean Jackson Rueben Randle Keenan Allen Terrance Williams Larry Fit...
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Trade - FFPC $2500 Dynasty #2
A day, another trade in $2500 #2. GAVE Mohamed Sanu, 2015 2nd (2.1-2.4) GOT Ahmad Bradshaw, 2015 4th (4.1-4.4) Currently in 4th, we are not out of the running for a top 2 spot. This move pushes towards that goal. Top 2 would give us a bye in the playoffs, a...
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https://plus.google.com/112395337080001424580 Acantha Haidee : Eagles’ Allen on blown TD: Not mulling suicide ~ NFL Hot News Who's in and who's out of the early ...
Eagles’ Allen on blown TD: Not mulling suicide ~

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Who's in and who's out of the early games in Week 8?
Are you enjoying your breakfast football? If you started Matt Ryan, the answer is a resounding "Yes!" [UPDATE: Second half, not so much.] If you are facing Ryan, don't fear; there is still plenty of time to forge a comeback today. To that end, we'll be here to give you the latest on this morning's injured stars. There aren't many game-time decisions to track in the early games -- A.J. Green, Shane Vereen and Vincent Jackson are about it -- but keep refreshing this post until those 1 p.m. Eastern kickoffs as we pass along anything worth noting.-- In a late-game note: The Colts are reportedly leaning toward sitting out Trent Richardson. He didn't practice all week because of a hamstring injury. He is not a fantasy option even if he plays, at clearly less than full strength. Conversely, Ahmad Bradshaw looks like an RB1 versus Pittsburgh.-- NFL Network's Stacey Dales has heard, via a Bengals source, that A.J. Green won't play today versus the Ravens. However, she adds that Green was "close" to suiting up and gives him a 70 percent chance of playing next week versus the Jaguars. Mohamed Sanu and Andy Dalton will have their work cut out for them versus an aggressive Ravens defense. Giovani Bernard can't be as unproductive as he was last week, but no A.J. hurts his stock as well. I still think he's a high-end RB2 today. A few minutes later, Green was deemed inactive, officially.-- Storm Johnson is inactive for the Jaguars. He's a healthy scratch with Toby Gerhart back. Denard Robinson will start at RB for the Jags again. He is a low-end RB2 versus Miami.-- Speaking of healthy scratch, Bernard Pierce is out for the Ravens. Justin Forsett remains the lead back for Baltimore. He is an RB2 versus Cincy. However, Lorenzo Taliaferro is worth a shot-in-the-dark flex as he is expected to be the goal-line back.-- As expected, RB Anthony Dixon will start today for the Bills. Bryce Brown will back him up. Neither is more than a desperation flex against the Jets. Dixon is the "safer" option, but Brown has a lot more upside.-- Josh McCown is active for the Bucs after dealing with a thumb injury. However, he is still pretty far behind starting QB Mike Glennon.-- Jadaveon Clowney is active for the Texans. He'll be on a "pitch count" for today's game against the Titans, but the Houston defense is a solid start against sixth-round rookie Zach Mettenberger making his NFL debut.-- Shonn Greene is active for the Titans. However, RB Bishop Sankey will continue to start. He is a middling flex option versus the Texans.-- Dolphins RB Lamar Miller is active. He's being nagged by a minor knee injury, but he is a low-end RB1/high-end RB2 versus the Jaguars.-- In another late game note, Eagles RB Darren Sproles is not expected to play against the Cardinals today. He wasn't doing much for fantasy owners anyway. You can put him safely on your bench. Chris Polk should see some work behind LeSean McCoy.-- Giovani Bernard is active for the Bengals. He took some hard hits last week that resulted in a rib injury. He is an RB2 for the struggling Bengals. It'll be much easier for the Ravens to shut him down without A.J. Green to worry about.-- Patriots RB Shane Vereen is active despite missing Friday's practice due to an injury. He is a strong RB2 in PPR leagues versus the Bears.-- Jets WR Eric Decker is active for the Jets. He's basically over his hamstring injury. Percy Harvin should help draw some coverage away from the former Bronco. He is a serviceable WR3 today against Buffalo.-- Buccaneers WR Vincent Jackson is active for what might be his last game with Tampa Bay. He is a WR2 against the Vikings today despite a lingering rib injury.-- Panthers RB Chris Ogbonnaya is active. He has an injured groin. He is not worth your time.-- Seahawks TE Luke Willson is active after missing Week 7 due to a groin injury. He is a low-end TE2 versus Carolina.-- And Patriots WR Aaron Dobson is a healthy scratch once again. He has fallen hard and fast. Players who have already been ruled out for Week 8 include C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson, Pierre Thomas, Khiry Robinson, Reggie Wayne and Owen Daniels. For a full rundown of injuries across the league this week, click the source link below to the NFL's official injury report.
-- The Bills will move on to their third- and fourth-string running backs today in Anthony Dixon and Bryce Brown. Jackson will miss at least a few weeks due to an injured groin while Spiller has been placed on short-term injured reserve. He will be ineligible to play until Week 16. Dixon is expected to get the majority of the snaps in a subpar matchup versus the Jets, but Brown has much, much more upside. Neither is more than a desperation RB3 this week. For more of my thoughts on this "redesigned" backfield, hit this thing.-- With Thomas (shoulder) and Robinson (forearm) both out for the... http://buff.ly/1wGSzyp
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https://plus.google.com/112395337080001424580 Acantha Haidee : Missing Broncos fan to cops: ‘Had fill’ of football ~ Paul Kitterman was found and left after getting...
Missing Broncos fan to cops: ‘Had fill’ of football ~

Paul Kitterman was found and left after getting his 'fill of football.' (buff.ly/1rAEDQb)

A Broncos fan who went missing halfway through last Thursday's Chargers-Broncos game was found on Tuesday according to the Denver Post.

Paul Kitterman, a 53-year-old Broncos fan, is apparently asking for privacy (and not getting it ...) after being found in Pueblo and telling police he'd had his "fill of football" and was hoping to vacation somewhere warm.

This sounds understandable if he's a Browns fan, but who's sick of watching Peyton Manning bomb teeters all over the place?

Also, if he was sick of football, why did he go to the football game in the first place?

"We know there are many questions that some of you may have, but for the time being we are asking that you respect there (sic) privacy as they have been through a lot," someone representing the family wrote on Facebook.

Kitterman went to the game at Mile High with "his son and friends" according to reports, and then disappeared without a credit card or a cell phone and with a limited amount of cash.

Thankfully he was found, but some serious questions about why this happened remain. Hopefully Kitterman and his family sort out whatever answers they need to.

Wondering what that route looks like, here's the map linking Sports Authority Field to Pueblo:

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Who's in and who's out of the early games in Week 8?
Are you enjoying your breakfast football? If you started Matt Ryan, the answer is a resounding "Yes!" [UPDATE: Second half, not so much.] If you are facing Ryan, don't fear; there is still plenty of time to forge a comeback today. To that end, we'll be here to give you the latest on this morning's injured stars. There aren't many game-time decisions to track in the early games -- A.J. Green, Shane Vereen and Vincent Jackson are about it -- but keep refreshing this post until those 1 p.m. Eastern kickoffs as we pass along anything worth noting.-- In a late-game note: The Colts are reportedly leaning toward sitting out Trent Richardson. He didn't practice all week because of a hamstring injury. He is not a fantasy option even if he plays, at clearly less than full strength. Conversely, Ahmad Bradshaw looks like an RB1 versus Pittsburgh.-- NFL Network's Stacey Dales has heard, via a Bengals source, that A.J. Green won't play today versus the Ravens. However, she adds that Green was "close" to suiting up and gives him a 70 percent chance of playing next week versus the Jaguars. Mohamed Sanu and Andy Dalton will have their work cut out for them versus an aggressive Ravens defense. Giovani Bernard can't be as unproductive as he was last week, but no A.J. hurts his stock as well. I still think he's a high-end RB2 today. A few minutes later, Green was deemed inactive, officially.-- Storm Johnson is inactive for the Jaguars. He's a healthy scratch with Toby Gerhart back. Denard Robinson will start at RB for the Jags again. He is a low-end RB2 versus Miami.-- Speaking of healthy scratch, Bernard Pierce is out for the Ravens. Justin Forsett remains the lead back for Baltimore. He is an RB2 versus Cincy. However, Lorenzo Taliaferro is worth a shot-in-the-dark flex as he is expected to be the goal-line back.-- As expected, RB Anthony Dixon will start today for the Bills. Bryce Brown will back him up. Neither is more than a desperation flex against the Jets. Dixon is the "safer" option, but Brown has a lot more upside.-- Josh McCown is active for the Bucs after dealing with a thumb injury. However, he is still pretty far behind starting QB Mike Glennon.-- Jadaveon Clowney is active for the Texans. He'll be on a "pitch count" for today's game against the Titans, but the Houston defense is a solid start against sixth-round rookie Zach Mettenberger making his NFL debut.-- Shonn Greene is active for the Titans. However, RB Bishop Sankey will continue to start. He is a middling flex option versus the Texans.-- Dolphins RB Lamar Miller is active. He's being nagged by a minor knee injury, but he is a low-end RB1/high-end RB2 versus the Jaguars.-- In another late game note, Eagles RB Darren Sproles is not expected to play against the Cardinals today. He wasn't doing much for fantasy owners anyway. You can put him safely on your bench. Chris Polk should see some work behind LeSean McCoy.-- Giovani Bernard is active for the Bengals. He took some hard hits last week that resulted in a rib injury. He is an RB2 for the struggling Bengals. It'll be much easier for the Ravens to shut him down without A.J. Green to worry about.-- Patriots RB Shane Vereen is active despite missing Friday's practice due to an injury. He is a strong RB2 in PPR leagues versus the Bears.-- Jets WR Eric Decker is active for the Jets. He's basically over his hamstring injury. Percy Harvin should help draw some coverage away from the former Bronco. He is a serviceabl... http://buff.ly/1rAECvI
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https://plus.google.com/100705540200055231717 Larry Horn : Should A.J.Green Sit There has been alot of questions about A.J.Green lately. He says he is good to ...
Should A.J.Green Sit
        There has been alot of questions about A.J.Green lately. He says he is good to go this Sunday against the Jags. Is he 100% I doubt it? The Jags passing defense is ranked 29th while Mohamed Sanu has more then filled the void. Should A.J. Green sit ou...
Should A.J.Green Sit
        There has been alot of questions about A.J.Green lately. He says he is good to go this Sunday against the Jags. Is he 100% I doubt it? The Jags passing defense is ranked 29th while Mohamed Sanu has more then filled th...
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https://plus.google.com/112395337080001424580 Acantha Haidee : Jones says Dallas’ Durant likely out for season ~ NFL Hot News Who's in and who's out of the early...
Jones says Dallas’ Durant likely out for season ~

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Who's in and who's out of the early games in Week 8?
Are you enjoying your breakfast football? If you started Matt Ryan, the answer is a resounding "Yes!" [UPDATE: Second half, not so much.] If you are facing Ryan, don't fear; there is still plenty of time to forge a comeback today. To that end, we'll be here to give you the latest on this morning's injured stars. There aren't many game-time decisions to track in the early games -- A.J. Green, Shane Vereen and Vincent Jackson are about it -- but keep refreshing this post until those 1 p.m. Eastern kickoffs as we pass along anything worth noting.-- In a late-game note: The Colts are reportedly leaning toward sitting out Trent Richardson. He didn't practice all week because of a hamstring injury. He is not a fantasy option even if he plays, at clearly less than full strength. Conversely, Ahmad Bradshaw looks like an RB1 versus Pittsburgh.-- NFL Network's Stacey Dales has heard, via a Bengals source, that A.J. Green won't play today versus the Ravens. However, she adds that Green was "close" to suiting up and gives him a 70 percent chance of playing next week versus the Jaguars. Mohamed Sanu and Andy Dalton will have their work cut out for them versus an aggressive Ravens defense. Giovani Bernard can't be as unproductive as he was last week, but no A.J. hurts his stock as well. I still think he's a high-end RB2 today. A few minutes later, Green was deemed inactive, officially.-- Storm Johnson is inactive for the Jaguars. He's a healthy scratch with Toby Gerhart back. Denard Robinson will start at RB for the Jags again. He is a low-end RB2 versus Miami.-- Speaking of healthy scratch, Bernard Pierce is out for the Ravens. Justin Forsett remains the lead back for Baltimore. He is an RB2 versus Cincy. However, Lorenzo Taliaferro is worth a shot-in-the-dark flex as he is expected to be the goal-line back.-- As expected, RB Anthony Dixon will start today for the Bills. Bryce Brown will back him up. Neither is more than a desperation flex against the Jets. Dixon is the "safer" option, but Brown has a lot more upside.-- Josh McCown is active for the Bucs after dealing with a thumb injury. However, he is still pretty far behind starting QB Mike Glennon.-- Jadaveon Clowney is active for the Texans. He'll be on a "pitch count" for today's game against the Titans, but the Houston defense is a solid start against sixth-round rookie Zach Mettenberger making his NFL debut.-- Shonn Greene is active for the Titans. However, RB Bishop Sankey will continue to start. He is a middling flex option versus the Texans.-- Dolphins RB Lamar Miller is active. He's being nagged by a minor knee injury, but he is a low-end RB1/high-end RB2 versus the Jaguars.-- In another late game note, Eagles RB Darren Sproles is not expected to play against the Cardinals today. He wasn't doing much for fantasy owners anyway. You can put him safely on your bench. Chris Polk should see some work behind LeSean McCoy.-- Giovani Bernard is active for the Bengals. He took some hard hits last week that resulted in a rib injury. He is an RB2 for the struggling Bengals. It'll be much easier for the Ravens to shut him down without A.J. Green to worry about.-- Patriots RB Shane Vereen is active despite missing Friday's practice due to an injury. He is a strong RB2 in PPR leagues versus the Bears.-- Jets WR Eric Decker is active for the Jets. He's basically over his hamstring injury. Percy Harvin should help draw some coverage away from the former Bronco. He is a serviceable WR3 today against Buffalo.-- Buccaneers WR Vincent Jackson is active for what might be his last game with Tampa Bay. He is a WR2 against the Vikings today despite a lingering rib injury.-- Panthers RB Chris Ogbonnaya is active. He has an injured groin. He is not worth your time.-- Seahawks TE Luke Willson is active after missing Week 7 due to a groin injury. He is a low-end TE2 versus Carolina.-- And Patriots WR Aaron Dobson is a healthy scratch once again. He has fallen hard and fast. Players who have already been ruled out for Week 8 include C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson, Pierre Thomas, Khiry Robinson, Reggie Wayne and Owen Daniels. For a full rundown of injuries across the league this week, click the source link below to the NFL's official injury report.
-- The Bills will move on to their third- and fourth-string running backs today in Anthony Dixon and Bryce Brown. Jackson will miss at least a few weeks due to an injured groin while Spiller has been placed on short-term injured reserve. He will be ineligible to play until Week 16. Dixon is expected to get the majority of the snaps in a subpar matchup versus the Jets, but Brown has much, much more upside. Neither is more than a desperation RB3 this week. For more of my thoughts on this "redesigned" backfield, hit this thing.-- With Thomas (shoulder) and Robinson (forearm) both out for th... http://buff.ly/1rz0vLI
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https://plus.google.com/112395337080001424580 Acantha Haidee : Carroll: ‘Nothing to’ Marshawn Lynch rumors ~ Pete Carroll is unconcerned about his running back. (...
Carroll: ‘Nothing to’ Marshawn Lynch rumors ~

Pete Carroll is unconcerned about his running back. (Getty Images)

If the Seahawks have had enough of running back Marshawn Lynch and are ready to move on from him next season, it's news to coach Pete Carroll. A day after ESPN suggested that the team had grown tired of Lynch and that he might not be back in 2015, Carroll disputed the report.

"I have nothing to say about that, because there's nothing to that," Carroll said, via buff.ly/1ry82ud. "I have no idea where that came from. We have nothing to say about that. At this point, I don't think it behooves us to try to respond to all of these kind of things in the locker room. Our players have told you how they feel, our coaches have told you how we feel, and we're in a really good place right now. It's just not worth it. There's nothing to that at all. I don't know where that came from."

The Seahawks' locker room has come under scrutiny in the last 10 days. It began when the team shipped Percy Harvin to the Jets and Lynch was reportedly irate when he learned of the news. That led to anonymous players wondering whether Russell Wilson is black enough (Richard Sherman said the story was made up, and Wilson admitted that he didn't even know what "not being black enough" meant), and called into question the overall state of the locker room that had stumbled to a 3-3 record before Sunday's win over the Panthers.

In addition to the ESPN report, NFL Network reported that Lynch no longer talks with coaches.

Carroll was asked about that too.

"Whenever I need to," the coach said when asked how often he and Lynch talk. "Look, what do you want me to... You're asking me about my personal relationship with my players now? We're doing great. Everything's going great. ...

"He's doing fine," Carroll said of Lynch. "He's done such a great job. Since the day he got back here, he looked terrific, he returned in great shape, he's busted his tail, he's done everything we've asked of him… He's always ready to play and he's played his tail off, so he's doing great."

No word on if Carroll asked Lynch about his Lamborghini.

Lynch rushed for 62 yards Sunday in Charlotte, and he came into the game as the NFL's third-rated running back behind DeMarco Murray and Rashad Jennings, according to Football Outsiders. As we've said repeatedly in recent weeks, all the chitchat goes away if the Seahawks continue to win.

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Bengals WR A.J. Green (toe) unlikely to play Week 8
NFL Media's Albert Breer reported on Twitter Saturday morning that Bengals star wide receiver A.J. Green, who is dealing with a toe injury, is unlikely to play Sunday in the team's divisional showdown with the Baltimore Ravens. Green is trying to recover from ligament damage underneath his big toe.Green has missed the past two weeks. In Week 6, the Bengals still put up 37 points against Carolina in a game that ended in a tie. However, in their Week 7 loss to Indianapolis, the Bengals' offense was stagnant, amassing a paltry 135 yards on the day.
With Green out, Mohamed Sanu figures to be the only wide receiver worth considering in fantasy. The Ravens allow the sixth-most fantasy points per game to the position, so he's a decent option in spite of the team's performance last week against the Colts. Without Green, QB Andy Dalton's value is the most impacted. The Ravens are already one of the top teams in the league against fantasy quarterbacks. Take away his top weapon, and Dalton is not a starting option in most formats.Expect Giovani Bernard to be more involved in the passing game than usual, making him a solid RB1 option, especially in PPR formats.

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McCoy to start; RG3 not ready ~

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Bengals WR A.J. Green (toe) unlikely to play Week 8
NFL Media's Albert Breer reported on Twitter Saturday morning that Bengals star wide receiver A.J. Green, who is dealing with a toe injury, is unlikely to play Sunday in the team's divisional showdown with the Baltimore Ravens. Green is trying to recover from ligament damage underneath his big toe.Green has missed the past two weeks. In Week 6, the Bengals still put up 37 points against Carolina in a game that ended in a tie. However, in their Week 7 loss to Indianapolis, the Bengals' offense was stagnant, amassing a paltry 135 yards on the day.
With Green out, Mohamed Sanu figures to be the only wide receiver worth considering in fantasy. The Ravens allow the sixth-most fantasy points per game to the position, so he's a decent option in spite of the team's performance last week against the Colts. Without Green, QB Andy Dalton's value is the most impacted. The Ravens are already one of the top teams in the league against fantasy quarterbacks. Take away his top weapon, and Dalton is not a starting option in most formats.Expect Giovani Bernard to be more involved in the passing game than usual, making him a solid RB1 option, especially in PPR formats.

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https://plus.google.com/115732577390556463020 Jason Hamm : Who should I start this week? T.Y. Hilton or Mohamed Sanu! @ESPNFantasy #FantasyFootball
Who should I start this week? T.Y. Hilton or Mohamed Sanu! @ESPNFantasy #FantasyFootball
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https://plus.google.com/118283057927196183040 CIN Bengals : Andrew Hawkins doesn't like son being A.J. Green and Mohamed Sanu fan (video) http://bit.ly/1z5b95B ...
Andrew Hawkins doesn't like son being A.J. Green and Mohamed Sanu fan (video) http://bit.ly/1z5b95B #Bengals
Andrew Hawkins doesn't like son being A.J. Green and Mohamed Sanu fan (video)
Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins' two-year-old son Austin told his father that Bengals receivers Mohamed Sanu and A.J. Green were his favorite NFL players, and Andrew was less than pleased.
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https://plus.google.com/104667581581971790549 EarHustle411 :   Well, maybe unless one of the best wideouts in the league was his teammate for the first three seasons...
  Well, maybe unless one of the best wideouts in the league was his teammate for the first three seasons of his career. Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins was once a Cincinnati Bengal, with Pro Bowler A.J. Green and versatile Mohamed Sanu as…
Andrew Hawkins kicks 2-Year-Old Son Out Of House For Liking A.J. Green [Funny]
  Well, maybe unless one of the best wideouts in the league was his teammate for the first three seasons of his career. Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins was once a Cincinnati Bengal, with Pro Bowler A.J. Green and versatile Mohamed Sanu as his running mates. But this offseason, Hawkins, faced with the prospect …
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https://plus.google.com/109536674687693324378 Phil Shobo : UPDATE For further context my other receivers/tight ends are Mohamed Sanu vs. BAL Sammy Watkins vs...
UPDATE

For further context my other receivers/tight ends are

Mohamed Sanu vs. BAL
Sammy Watkins vs. NYJ
Dwayne Allen vs. PIT

I think Watkins starts regardless....but what's the optimal lineup?

Who would you start this week?

B. Marshall vs NE
K. Wright vs. HOU
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https://plus.google.com/113412399066026825925 Reggie Alcos : Mohamed Sanu, Andre Johnson, Reuben Randle, Michael Floyd....which one do I sit? #fantasyfootball
Mohamed Sanu, Andre Johnson, Reuben Randle, Michael Floyd....which one do I sit? #fantasyfootball
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Can Mohamed Sanu Carry the Bengals Through the Air in A.J. Green's Absence? http://ow.ly/2PgNDe
Can Sanu Carry Bengals Through the Air in Green's Absence?
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green was carted off of the practice field on Wednesday, apparently re-aggravating a toe injury that has already cost him one game. He's not expected to play on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers ...
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https://plus.google.com/112395337080001424580 Acantha Haidee : Did ref help Patriots on blocked FG vs. Jets? ~ The Patriots played a football game on Thursday night...
Did ref help Patriots on blocked FG vs. Jets? ~

The Patriots played a football game on Thursday night which means it's time for a fresh NFL conspiracy . (Bum Bum Bum.) The conspiracy coming out of New England's 27-25 win over the Jets involves the final field goal, which makes it very similar to last season.

As noted/highlighted by Chris Chase of For the Win, the back judge ran up to Dont'a Hightower and tapped him just before Nick Folk attempted a 58-yard field goal to win the game.

Naturally, the Internet was outraged because that's what the Internet does, especially when it involves the Patriots. In theory, the Jets got burnt because if Hightower stays where he was, the Jets draw a five-yard penalty on the Pats in violation of Rule 9, Section 1, Article 3 of the NFL rule book.

“When Team A presents a punt, field-goal, or Try Kick formation, a Team B player, who is within one yard of the line of scrimmage, must have his entire body outside the snapper's shoulder pads at the snap.”

So, yes, the officials "helped" the Patriots. But NFL VP of Officiating Dean Blandino pointed out Friday it's "standard" and "preventative officiating"

“This is a standard officiating mechanic. We call it 'preventative officiating,'" Blandino explained on NFL AM Friday. "Because it's a player safety rule, we're trying to avoid a situation before it happens so the umpires will get in there and move that player out of there. More often you see it when a player is in a three-point stance and he is down on the line of scrimmage and you'll see the umpire tap the player to move him out of that because we have to be outside the framework of the center.

"So this is really no different than the line of scrimmage officials pointing out the line to the wideouts and it's a standard mechanic, not something that would be unusual by any means."

Technically speaking, the onus is on the player and Blandino acknowledged that. But because it's a player safety issue, it's "not unusual" for the officials to ensure the player won't be in a situation to cause harm to another player, get injured, etc.

“If you watch the play, what Hightower is actually going to do, he's going up to the line to make a line call because then you'll see the defensive line shift," Blandino said. "Then he's going to back out. So it is on the player to understand that but we will in certain situations warn players to prevent things from happening, especially when it's a player safety issue and trying to prevent a potential injury situation.

"Ultimately, it's on the player but this is something that has been a mechanic ever since this rule has been in place and like I said, not unusual."

This probably won't stop the screaming about the Pats and officials but hopefully it at least prevents something else being given the "-gate" designation.

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Bengals WR A.J. Green (toe) doubtful for Week 7; HC Marvin Lewis uncertain of return
Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said on Friday that there is not a set timetable for the return of all-pro wide receiver A.J. Green. Green missed most of the Bengals game in Week 2 with the injury before returning to play in Week 3 and again in Week 5 after the team's bye. However, after suffering a setback, Green missed the team's Week 6 game with Carolina, which ended in a 37-37 tie.In the three complete games Green has played, he has 17 catches for 314 yards and two touchdowns.
This is not good news in the short-term for Green owners who were undoubtedly hoping the stud reciever would return this week. However, his toe injury is something that could be worsened by trying to play on it before it's ready. It may be best for him to take another week to let it heal. After losing WR Marvin Jones to the season-ending IR and with TE Tyler Eifert on short-term IR, nobody wants Green back more than QB Andy Dalton.While Green remains out, WR Mohamed Sanu and RB Giovani Bernard will continue to have their value elevated. Dalton's is lessened.

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