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So will the emergency conference call of the NFL’s Competition Committee

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that resulted in in no changes to the roughing the passer rules change the roughing the passer rules? Well Youth JK Scott Jersey , we’ll see.I say that not because I’m channeling Bill Belichick, but because there’s very real uncertainty as to what will happen, given an apparent disconnect between the Competition Committee and the league office.Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the Competition Committee wants the referees to call roughing the passer only when it’s obvious, deferring to the league office to levy fines against players who are determined after the fact to have crossed the line. But that may not be how it plays out on Sunday and Monday night.According to the source, NFL senior V.P. of officiating Al Riveron informed the referees on a Saturday conference call that they should continue to call roughing the passer if they see roughing the passer, and if they believe it is roughing the passer. In order words, Riveron did not tell the referees to back off, in any way.And therein lies the potential conflict between the committee that crafted the point of emphasis as part of the normal rule-making process in the spring and that now apparently wants to adjust it on the fly. It could lay the foundation for potential friction between the league office and the Competition Committee Color Rush Kenny Clark Jersey , if the referees proceed as instructed by Riveron and call what they see, uninfluenced by the consternation from coaches, players, fans, and media about the effort to ensure that the league’s starting quarterbacks will be able to continue to play quarterback without being injured by defensive players who are trying to knock them out of games by crushing their chests or busting their shoulders.Where it goes from here will hinge in large part on whether: (1) Sunday’s games involve hits that are close to the line; and (2) the referees opt to throw flags if they think a hit crosses the line. If the close calls continue, the biggest story of the season so far could continue to get bigger. The narrative among the media and even amongst Green Bay Packers fans this week seems to be that the Packers don’t really stand a chance against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.Even Vegas doesn’t have much faith in Green Bay with the Rams currently set as 8.5 point favorites.It’s not that there’s no confidence the Packers’ offense can’t keep pace with the Rams’ attack. If there’s anyone who you’d want to bet on given that spread, it’s Aaron Rodgers. The quarterback literally made his career out of embracing the role as an underdog and you’d be foolish to count him out this weekend.Where people think the Packers are doomed is with their defense. The unit, though injured, has shown flashes of brilliance but also has had stretches of poor play.If the defense could play a full 60 minutes http://www.authenticsgreenbaypackers.com/cheap-davante-adams-jersey , the Packers’ record would reflect a much better team than one that currently sits 3-2-1.Now the defense gets to face Sean McVay’s high powered offense led by another Cal quarterback in Jared Goff and potent running back Todd Gurley.It will be the biggest test the defense has faced all season and the Packers will need to be up to the task to have a chance against Los Angeles.McVay relies on Gurley and a lot of playaction to make his offense go.He also motions receivers all over to try and get the defense to tip the hand of their coverages.McVay also can use this to track his opponent’s tendencies.The Rams offense is one that would chew up and spit out former Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers’ defense.Is current coordinator Mike Pettine’s more modern approach up to the task? We’ll find out Sunday.You can read more on how the Packers can counter the Rams’ attack plus why ‘kill it with fire!’ is a bad approach to insect control in today’s cheese curds.Green Bay Packers preparing to counter Los Angeles Rams’ play-action puzzle--PackersNews.comThe Rams can be beat, but it might take the Packers’ best defensive game in years to pull it off.Rodgers can help them win in a shootout, but can the defense get a stop when they need it most? The jury is still outPackers’ top cornerbacks looking to develop chemistry--Packers.comThe top five corners for the Packers have been on the field at the same time for five of a possible 24 quarters this season, but with everyone finally practicing again the group hopes to build on the promise they showed earlier in the year.Packers happy for Sam Shields even though he’s a foe now--ESPNNot many thought Sam Shields would play football again, but he’s back and Green Bay is glad he’s healthy.No one can really fault the Packers for letting him go but his loss doomed the secondary to mediocrity for years.Mike McCarthy must stick to pledge of getting ground game going--Wisconsin State JournalMcCarthy said he’s committed to getting the Packers’ rushing attack going. Does anyone actually believe him? Not many do would be this writer’s guess. Aaron Jones’ snap count will likely tell the story going forward. Son uses blowtorch to kill spiders; sets parents’ house on fire--NBC NewsA completely logical reaction, if you ask me.

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