Lions’ Jamaal Williams hits referee making penalty call in head with ball
NFL referees You take their job very seriously…even if footballs are thrown at them.
during the Detroit Lions In the Dallas Cowboys game, the referee was demanding a penalty kick against the Lions when Jamal Williams returned to the referee’s heart, hitting his head.
But, completely unfazed, the referee continued to make the call, returning the Lions 10 yards as Williams tried to apologize for hitting him in the head.
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Another referee came to confront Williams about making his decision there, but nothing else happened.
The judges in this game had another good moment earlier in the match when someone noticed that Amon-Ra St. Brown, the Lions’ best receiver, looked uneasy after taking a big hit from the Cowboys. The referee immediately swooped in to make sure the lions took him off the court and went into concussion protocol.
Amon-Ra Street. Brown was shaken off anxiously after receiving a huge VS hit. Cowboys
After the auditions, Saint Brown was disqualified for the remainder of the match due to a concussion.
It’s a tough job for the referees in this league, and you don’t really know what’s going to happen. Even wrong throws while trying to make a call can be dangerous.
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The game itself had 15 called-up penalty kicks, eight against the Lions and seven against the Cowboys. Dallas would end up winning this game, scoring two goals in the fourth quarter in Dak Prescott’s quarterback comeback to win 24-6.
Prescott finished the game with 207 yards with a single touch pass, while Ezekiel Elliott ran back twice with 57 yards total on the floor. Peyton Hendershot, the rising tight end, grabbed Prescott’s only touchdown pass.
On the Lions side, Jared Goff had 228 yards but two interceptions and no touchdown.