“We call it preventative officiating,” Blandino said. “Because it a player safety rule we 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 down on the line of scrimmage, you see the umpire tap the player to move him out of that, because we have to be outside the framework of the center.
Being a very green mode of transportation, bicycling tends to appeal to the same people who believe in recycling. So why is it so damned hard to find a used bike? Well, it’s not anymore at least not for those who’ve discovered the Bicycle Fix, a little shop at the corner of Federal Highway and NE 26th Street that opened late last year. Behind this venture is Jason Deal, a young mechanic who can bring a bike back from the grave at considerable savings for customers, to boot.
“But when you play linebacker, your reaction’s got to happen a little faster, because you don’t have much recovery time to make up for it.”Gerry notched 5 total tackles while playing his new position in 10 regular season games, and in both of the Eagles’ postseason wins.And It was after Philly won the NFC title that NFL’s Twitter caught Gerry celebrating with his own Super Bowl Shuffle.”You work so hard for moments like that, so when you get the time to express those feelings, you’ve just got to let it all out, man,” said Gerry. “That’s what I thought I did.”The dance moves might be new but he learned the hard work as a Husker.”One of the reasons why I went to Nebraska was Coach Pelini,” said Gerry. “He did a tremendous job of creating teenage kids into young men.
(Least favorite pick against the spread.)ATLANTA over CHICAGO, Sunday at noonSomething about this game stinks, but I am forgoing the gut and going strictly with logic. (Which doesn’t make sense, when you read later on about my logic on logic.) It has been seven months since the 28 3 debacle, and this is still a very good team capable of making another long run. And using logic (the theme of this week’s picks), the Dirty Birds should be licking their chops, waiting to get out there and clobber the mediocre (at best) Bears.
Tyreek Hill scored on a 75 yarder and Hunt put the Chiefs in front with a 78 yarder to punctuate Kansas City’s charge after trailing 17 14 at halftime. Hunt also had a 58 yard scamper and finished with 141 yards rushing and 98 receiving. Hill had 133 yards through the air, and Smith went 28 for 35 for 368 yards and four touchdowns..