Taunting, for once, wasn’t the storyline in Week 6, as the NFL’s officials found new ways to infuriate fans across the league rather than their usual antics.
This doesn’t mean, however, that the zebras didn’t find a way to penalize light contact for no good reason.
Taunting calls are generally maddening, as they limit self-expression in a game predicated on violence and individualism. 3 worst calls from Week 6 in the NFL
As Hurts tried to find an Eagles wideout cutting back to the ball, he didn’t expect the Buccaneers’ secondary to straight up tackle his target.
When this happened, Hurts’ should’ve been able to at least count on the flag.
The Eagles would lose at home by a final score of 28-22.