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You can always count on Pat McAfee when it comes to hilarious analysis of NFL games on Sunday.

The former Colts punter took to Twitter Sunday afternoon like he does every Sunday to provide analysis of the days best special teams action. In what he called the “Snow Globe of Buffalo”, McAfee watched on as the Colts special teams unit repeatedly put the team in position to possibly win the game. Safe to say that he approved of what he saw.

Late in the second quarter Rigoberto Sanchez, with the wind blowing and snow falling hard, punted from the Colts 29. While very unconventional, it didn’t seem to bother Sanchez as he promptly sent a punt that landed in a snow bank on the one-yard line.

McAfee promptly lost his mind.

“Back in the snow globe of Buffalo with Rigobert Sanchez punting from the 29-yard line,” McAfee said. “Little checkup cuzzo. Buried it in the soft green downed at the one. What a (expletive) ball Rigoberto!”

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Things got even crazier late in the game. Down one after a controversial penalty wiped out a two-point conversion that put the Colts ahead, Adam Vinatieri took the field to attempt a 43-yard extra point. In the driving wind in almost impossible conditions, Vinatieri sent a knuckle ball that curved in and tied the game with just over a minute left. McAfee couldn’t have been happier for his friend and long-time teammate.

While McAfee’s commentary of the entire situation is hilarious as a whole his statement, “That thing started at Geico, ended up in heaven and we’re going to overtime in Buffalo!” is one for the ages.
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Since retiring from the NFL, Pat McAfee has been delivering hilarious commentary on various things around the league, and it seems to go viral each time he does it.

Little known Bob Menery, who has been dubbed “the guy with the golden voice,” has been doing voice-overs and commentating on games for a few months now. He is beginning to make a name for himself as he continues to impress with his hilarious takes.

It’s only right that the former Indianapolis Colts punter and the golden voice commentator hook up and do a video together, which they did on Sunday.

Following the Broncos-Raiders fight earlier in the day, the two paired up and delivered the video of the year when they called the violent action between the two teams.

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Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson believes an extra official on the field would prevent receivers from pushing off as much as he claims they currently do.

Peterson made the claim after the Cardinals’ 12-7 win against the Tennessee Titans, standing in front of his locker. While the topic clearly had been on his mind for some time, a third-quarter play sparked his words.

With 4 minutes, 16 seconds left in the third quarter, Peterson felt Titans receiver Eric Decker pushed off at the top of his route after using his hands to “manipulate” Peterson near the line of scrimmage. Decker went on to make a 29-yard catch, and no penalty flag was thrown. After Peterson felt Decker pushed off, he turned to field judge Eugene Hall while still in pursuit of Decker to complain about the perceived push-off.

“I said, ‘Why didn’t you call it?'” Peterson said. “He said, ‘I didn’t see it.'”

And that was the tipping point for Peterson.

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“I’m tired of hearing that same response: ‘I didn’t see it,'” Peterson said. “Why are you on the field then if you didn’t see it? I’m not criticizing the ref at all. I’m just saying, if he didn’t see it, we need to have somebody else out there seeing both sides.”

Peterson’s suggestion was to add an official to help monitor both receivers and defensive backs. He likened it to how back judges and umpires watch both sides of the offensive line.
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“Why don’t we have somebody watching the receivers and the defensive backs?” Peterson said. “I just think they have to find a way to even it out for sure, because, at the end of the day, if they’re going to call tit-for-tat calls, it should be a [pass interference] every time the receiver is on a breaking route. They’re pushing off and gaining leverage.”

He continued: “I just think, for the most part, if we want to the game to be clean on both sides, we got to add another ref because I’m tired of getting the same response when you go to the ref about when someone’s pushing off [and are told], ‘Oh, we don’t see it.’ That’s not the response I’m looking for. If the game’s going to be called both ways, we need to have eyes on both defensive backs and receivers, because that was a B.S. call. But he caught the ball and got the first down, and luckily we got the interception to finish off that drive. But we got to add another ref to the field.”

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Leonard Williams is making his presence felt on opposing quarterbacks — even if his sacks total doesn’t tell the whole story.

The New York Jets defensive lineman has just two this season, but he has a whopping 26 quarterback hits. That means he’s getting passers off their spots, forcing throws and making them downright uncomfortable.

“People want to see the sacks,” Williams acknowledged Thursday. “I wouldn’t really call a QB hit a stat or anything. I just think of it as being disruptive. That’s what a defensive player wants to do, is be disruptive in any way possible.

“No matter what type of stat it is, if you’re cheap jerseys China being disruptive, that’s a good defensive play.”

Williams entered this season, his third in the NFL, with a goal of getting a sack per game. He’s way off that pace, of course, but he has gotten consistent pressure the past few games. Also, the sprained wrist that ailed him since the summer is fully healed.

“Leo has played well for us,” coach Todd Bowles said. “He’s been disruptive, even with the double teams. He’s been getting hits on the quarterback and he’s been playing across the line of scrimmage.”

Williams made his first Pro Bowl last season after getting seven sacks and emerging as one of the league’s top young pass rushers. After a slow start during which he went the first eight games without a sack, Williams is looking like his old self again.
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Against Kansas City’s Alex Smith last Sunday, Williams had a half-sack and four quarterback hits.

“We think Leonard is definitely improving,” defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers said. “He’s really coming up. You sit there, and if I’m not mistaken, I think he might have had four or five quarterback hits the other day. He’s really getting to the point where we have high expectations for Leo, and he’s exceeding them.”

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Williams might have a good chance to increase his sacks total at Denver on Sunday. The Broncos have given up 39 sacks, tied for third-most in the NFL. Denver is also second-worst in the league with a minus-16 turnover ratio — something Williams and the Jets hope to capitalize on.

“We call it takeaways because if it’s a takeaway, we’re forcing it, rather than a turnover where we’re waiting for them to turn the ball over,” Williams said.

“So, we’re definitely going to try to get after the ball. We see that they had a lot of ball security issues, but at the same time, they’ve been able to recover a lot of them, so that’s on our part to make sure we do recover it when the ball does come out.”

Big things have been expected of Williams since he was selected with the sixth overall pick in the 2015 draft out of USC. He had a steady progression during his first two seasons, but it was clear early this season that something wasn’t quite right.

Williams was forced to play with a cast on his left wrist after suffering a bone bruise during the preseason. While the big lineman has refused to use it as an excuse for his early season struggles, it surely affected his performance.

“He never really said a whole lot,” Rodgers said. “We just saw his play wasn’t where Leo wanted it to be, but now it’s back to where we expect Leo to be.”

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Williams credited assistant defensive line coach La’Roi Glover for helping him progress this season. Glover, who had 83½ sacks during a 13-year career, has been working on pass-rushing drills and techniques with Williams regularly.

“I think it’s just a combination of everything,” Williams said. “I don’t want to say it’s an injury thing, I don’t want to say it’s a scheme thing, I don’t want to say that it’s anything like that.

“It’s just a matter of, as the season’s been progressing, I’ve just been getting better each game. I’ve been having a lot of help from my teammates. I’ve been doing a lot of extra work, a lot of extra studying.”

And, lately, it has all been paying off for Williams — even if the sacks still haven’t exactly come in bunches.

“That’s the way it goes sometimes, ultimately,” Rodgers said. “He’s probably kicking himself because he came free on a stunt (Sunday) that he really should have had one. He left one out there, but sometimes it happens like that.

“As long as he keeps hitting the quarterback, we’ll be OK.”

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Aaron Rodgers, who was activated off injured reserve Saturday, will go through a “trial practice week” by primarily serving as the scout team quarterback for the Green Bay Packers.

Rodgers broke his right clavicle Oct. 15 and underwent a surgical repair.

“He’s trial return,” coach Mike McCarthy said Monday. “Just like everybody. I go through this every time a player comes off an injury. You either go down and you’re in the rehab group, and then once you get out of the rehab group, you’re trial return, so you’re limited reps in the practice.”

McCarthy stressed that Rodgers has not been medically cleared for a full return and won’t be this week.

“That’s why we call it trial return because he’s not cut loose for a full practice,” McCarthy said. “The medical clearance won’t be [an option] until next week.”

McCarthy said Rodgers is practicing even though he can’t play Sunday against the winless Browns.

“Obviously, scout-team work is something that he will do,” McCarthy said. “Obviously, the drill work. It’s important for him to feel the pass rush and get acclimated. We won’t be in pads on Wednesday, but it will be a padded practice on Thursday, so you have to make sure you identify exactly what you want to get done there.”

The Packers (6-6) are still alive in the NFC playoff picture and play the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, with Brett Hundley making his seventh start since Rodgers was injured in Week 6.

Rodgers is eligible under the league’s designated to return rules for the Packers’ Dec. 17 game against the Panthers. He still would need medical clearance to formally return to play, but his scout team work this week will serve as the next step before a full return to practice next week.

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The Packers’ first practice this week is Wednesday.

The future looked bleak for Green Bay when Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone in Week 6, raising doubts he would play again this season. The team floundered with backup quarterback Brett Hundley under center, starting with a loss to the Minnesota Vikings the day Rodgers was injured and continued to be on the wrong side of the scoreboard in four of the next five games.

Then Green Bay orchestrated a 26-20 overtime victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, and the win could not have come at a better time. Not only did the Packers improve to 6-6, they put themselves in position to become a playoff team just in time for Rodgers’ reported return in Week 15 against the Carolina Panthers. Or so it seemed.

Any and all playoff hopes for Green Bay require winning out the rest of the way and ending the season with a 10-6 record. Since 2002, the year the league expanded to 32 teams, 162 clubs have won 10 or more games; 152 (94 percent) of those made the playoffs. But it won’t be that easy. Yes, the Packers get to play the 0-12 Cleveland Browns on the road in Week 13, but then they have to face, in order: Carolina Panthers on the road, Minnesota Vikings at home and Detroit Lions on the road. Bright side: Those are also three teams that stand in their way of a playoff spot.
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Using the same win probabilities that fuel our weekly power rankings, the most likely win, other than the matchup against the Browns, is the game against the Detroit Lions in the regular season finale (40 percent win probability). Maybe the Packers’ job becomes easier if Lions quarterback Matt Stafford misses time after suffering a bone bruise in his right hand during Sunday’s 44-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, but at best that brings it to a 50/50 coin flip.

The hardest game remaining for Green Bay is against the Week 16 matchup against the Vikings (26 percent win probability), the No. 1 team in our power rankings. According to Football Outsiders, Minnesota is the fifth-best team in the NFL, with an offense that ranks No. 4 and a defense that ranks No. 6.

Perhaps you bump up the Packers’ chances in the games Rodgers could be expected to play after he returns from injury, but the boost won’t be as big as you might think. The Packers’ offense scored 9.4 points more than expected with Rodgers under center rather than Hundley, but that was including a disastrous game in Week 11 against the Baltimore Ravens, which featured five turnovers, three of which were interceptions thrown by Hundley. In the five other games started by Hundley this season, Green Bay’s offense scored 6.5 points per game more than expected. In other words, expect the Packers to be underdogs in each game following the one against the Browns no matter who lines up under center.