Found November 18, 2013 on This Given Sunday:
Lucky us. This was one of the stupidest weeks of the 2013 NFL season. At least thus far. Details... The stupidest roughing the passer penalty This week, the "award" goes to a defensive player for taking a stupid penalty, not an official for throwing a stupid flag. The San Diego Chargers forced a turnover inside their own red zone in a close game with the Miami Dolphins, bit the play was negated because Corey Liuget took two full steps after Ryan Tannehill threw the ball before pounding him. How, in 2013, could a defensive player even think about touching a quarterback when this is the distance that separates them when said quarterback releases? Two plays later, the Dolphins scored to take a three-point lead. They'd go on to win by a score. The stupidest roughing the passer penalty, part two It looked liked the Tennessee Titans were going to hold the Indianapolis Colts to a field goal with just a couple minutes left Thursday night. It was go...
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