The NFL still needs its officials to practice some common sense. Broncos outside linebacker hit Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor on a pass rush on third down in the fourth quarter. Miller, one of the league’s most spirited players, extended a hand to help Taylor up.
Buffalo Bills kicker Stephen Hauschka is trying to promote a message of unity amid one of the most politically and racially contentious climates in modern American history. Hauschka is infuriated with the way black players have been treated on and off the field, and said that white people need to be cognizant of the growing divide within the country. "I think a lot of white people don't understand it and are afraid to be involved," Hauschka said Thursday to Kimberley A. Martin of The Buffalo News. "And I think it's important for white people to see there is inequality everywhere in the country right now, and in the world." Hauschka, a 10-year veteran, said his point of view has been shaped by
Tom Brady conjured a last-gasp Houdini act to save the New England Patriots in a thrilling win over the Houston Texans on Sunday as the Atlanta Falcons preserved their unbeaten record. With events off the field dominating a dramatic day that saw widespread player protests, Brady once again laid on a masterclass to throw for five touchdowns in a 36-33 victory at Gillette Stadium. The crowning moment of a 378-yard passing display by the 40-year-old Brady came with the Patriots trailing 28-33 with just over two minutes remaining.