Seven days after the NFL officials called a dubious punishment on Jaguars wide recipient D.J. Moore, they missed a comparative one on Jalen Ramsey.
Following an objective line stop against Tom Brady and the Bucs, the Rams star removed his head protector on the field.
Be that as it may, in contrast to the Hawks versus Jaguars finish, no punishment was called this time.
“So when Jalen Ramsey takes his cap off on the field after a major stop it’s anything but a punishment yet when DJ Moore does it after a TD it IS a punishment. Got it,” Matthew Berry tweeted.
So when Jalen Ramsey takes his helmet off on the field after a big stop it’s NOT a penalty but when DJ Moore does it after a TD it IS a penalty. Got it.— Matthew Berry (@MatthewBerryTMR) November 7, 2022
“Jalen Ramsey just took his cap off on the field in the wake of making a TD saving play. @NFLOfficiating is this a punishment or not? If it’s not too much trouble, tell us,” Tony Dungy added.
“By the way this was the very team that directed last week’s Carolina-Atlanta game. They called the punishment on DJ Moore last week for taking his cap off yet didn’t call it on Jalen Ramsey this week????”
By the way this was the same crew that officiated last week’s Carolina-Atlanta game. They called the penalty on DJ Moore last week for taking his helmet off but didn’t call it on Jalen Ramsey this week???? https://t.co/I1TnlCCwG2— Tony Dungy (@TonyDungy) November 7, 2022
Ramsey removed his head protector following his objective line stop on Sunday night.
The Bucs wound up returning and indenting the triumph, however, improving to 4-5 on the season.