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2021年10月6日 Off

Raiders' Darren Waller called for horrible taunting penalty after spiking ball in 'Monday Night Football' game

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  • NFL Raiders Chargers American Football The most controversial rule of the 2021 NFL season, taunting, once again reared its ugly head during the "Monday Night Football" matchup between the Chargers and Raiders.This time, Las Vegas tight end Darren Waller was called for it. His crime? Spiking the ball after his 21-yard reception from Derek Carr earned his team's first first down of the game — on the team's fifth offensive possession. Darren Waller called for taunting.#LVvsLAC pic.twitter.com/zWiV5OZlZt— Justin Groc (@justgroc) October 5, 2021MORE: NFL taunting rules, explained: Why penalties will be called more often during 2021 seasonThere's just no place in today's game for that sort of behavior. Apparently. The penalty negated much of the yardage gained on the play, moving the Raiders from their 41 back to their 26 — a net gain of 6 yards. The Raiders ultimately punted. Las Vegas went on to lo夜网论坛se 28-14. "I don't understand what happened over there on the Chargers' sideline, but the official made the call, we have to deal with it," Raiders coach Jon Gruden said after the game. "We couldn't get any momentum going; that didn't help us."The rule ha[......]

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    #AskSpector: When can a player be called a bust?

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  • Welcome to the Memorial Day edition of the #AskSpector Tweetbag, where, as always, you can get the answers to whatever you want to ask, just by sending questions on Twitter with the #AskSpector hashtag. Next week's Tweetbag is already open, because the Tweetbag is always open, so if these questions are different from whatever questions you have, you already know how to get the answers you seek. Let's see what's in this week's extravaganza.  @jessespector When can you call a player a bust? See the recent Wheeler fan debate. #AskSpector— Jen Connic (@jenconnic) May 25, 2014 Zack Wheeler, 27 starts into his major league career and owner of a 3.74 ERA with 137 strikeouts in 156.1 innings, is by no means a bust as he approaches his 24th birthday on Friday, so let's just get that out of the way right now. Wheeler had a 3.42 ERA and 4.17 FIP last year, and while his ERA this year is 4.31, his FIP is 3.63, with an increased strikeout ratio and lower rate of home runs allowed, although his walk rate has gone up a tick. Yes, he's 1-5, but the Mets have scored 40 runs in his 10 starts, with 19 of those runs coming in two games. He hasn't had a great May, it's true, but he also still has not made a full season's worth of starts at the major league level, and there are obvious signs of promise and potential still abounding. So, while Wheeler is not someone to call a bust yet, the question of when a player can be called a bust still needs to be answered. It has to be on a case[......]

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    Little League World Series 2014: Jackie Robinson West falls to South Korea in title game

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  • SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — In the giddy moments after South Korea won the Little League World Series, outfielder Don Wan Sin realized how he wanted to celebrate."I want to go to the Blue House — the White House of Korea — and meet the President," Sin said, breaking up his teammates. MORE: Photos: Big leaguers in Little League | Big-time numbers | Mo'ne Davis: Too much too soon?Just maybe Sin, who scored twice and hit a solo homer, will indeed get his wish to meet Park Geun-hye. He's famous back in his homeland — along with all of his teammates.Jae Yeong Hwang drove in two runs and combined with Hae Chan Choi, who weathered a late Chicago rally, to lead the Asia-Pacific Region champions to an 8-4 win in Sunday's LLWS championship game.Hwang, who was removed because he wasn't feeling well, gave up one hit in two-plus innings while striking out four. He also drove in his team's first two runs as they built an 8-1 lead before Jackie Robinson West made it close."I'm very joyful. It's a wonderful feeling," Hwang said. "I don't know why I'm even here; I didn't play very good today."Choi, who had a homer and scored twice, pitched the last four innings for South Korea, which won its third title after back-to-back championships in 1984 and '85.But even he got a little nervous at the end after Chicago collected four of its six hits and scored three times."I knew I could allow some runs," he said. "After I got the second out, I thought I could do it. But after I gave up the th[......]

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