It sure looked like the Rams got away with an offsides penalty on pick-6 against the Cardinals
For The Win 2hrs ago

Sunday’s Week 17 matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals had major playoff implications as the winner would lock up a postseason berth. And just for good measure: Both teams had to rely on backup quarterbacks to get them there.

© Provided by For The Win

An injured Jared Goff was ruled out ahead of Sunday’s game with John Wolford getting the start. Kyler Murray, who had been battling ankle issues, exited the game in the first half. He was replaced by backup Chris Streveler — a former CFL quarterback who is, uh, a downgrade from Murray.

But man, Streveler didn’t get much help from the officiating crew on a crucial pick-six interception before halftime.

With 37 seconds to go in the half, Streveler threw a laughably ill-advised pass to like five Rams players. Troy Hill ultimately picked off the pass and returned it 84 yards for a touchdown. A 7-5 game became 12-7.

But keep an eye on the Rams’ Terrell Lewis (No. 52) at the edge. It sure looked like he had half his body lined up in the neutral zone.

© Provided by For The Win

The offsides penalty wasn’t called (or even mentioned in the broadcast where a better camera angle could have been shown). But there was a chance that Streveler thought he had a free play when he forced that pass.

Of course, even with a free play, you’d prefer your quarterback to not do that with his pass attempt. But that embarrassing throw should have been nothing more than a blooper rendered moot by a penalty.

Instead, it flipped the game before half in the Rams’ favor. That’s a rough blow.

MORE:

Tom Brady set another ridiculous NFL record that will probably never be broken

NFL playoff scenarios: Live, updated standings during Week 17 games

NFL fans had lots of jokes about Wayne Gallman's fumble at the end of Cowboys-Giants

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts live stream, TV channel, start time, odds, predictions

NFL fans could not believe the horrendous, game-changing roughing call from Lions-Vikings

Show More
Latest News
20 must-read health books
The Health section of your local bookstore or online book retailer looks different than it did a couple of decades ago, when titles like Food-Free at Last: How I Learned to Eat Air or The South Beach Diet Supercharged were popular picks. Still today, authors—including would-be physicians, B-list celebs and underqualified fitness experts—dole out “health advice,” trying to convince readers that running themselves ragged with dieting and strenuous exercise will make them thinner, prettier, and happier. In fact, it has had an adverse effect, especially on women. The cruel dieting culture, incessant calorie counting, and little to no representation of health experts from diverse communities, along with the unrealistic standards set by the beauty and fashion industries, have led to eating disorders and severe mental health issues. Today, coupled with wellness, the topics covered in health and well-being books focus more on making healthy choices daily, keeping active, practising self-care, and being mindful of our mental health. Thanks to the body positivity movement, and some notable influencers in this space, we know that healthy bodies come in all shapes and sizes. This is also a time when we are hearing from more underrepresented voices in this space, making health advice and wellness tips more inclusive and relevant for all. Start the new year off with motivation, stories, and advice on how to live a healthier, happier life that works for you. Get moving by adding these 20 must-read health books to your cart.
5 Minutes| Espresso