The problem for Shattenkirk is that he’s the first person to notice this
I left today’s Colts game because President Trump and I will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our Flag, or our National Anthem, Pence tweeted after the game.
The bill Smith is proposing would not apply to this situation as 49ers players knelt, but if Colts players were to kneel, then fans who were offended would be allowed to receive a refund in the first quarter.
I’m definitely guilty of that. Last year in the playoffs was another example of me doing that, and doing it too much, he said. I think it’s only natural. I’ve always wanted to be the harshest on myself, more than anyone else. And there are times when I have to let myself off the hook a little bit and relaxed.
Despite not having a point in his last five games, Shattenkirk said he’s felt more relaxed recently. But it remains a mental battle. A search for consistency. A quest for confidence.
But should the Giants move on from Eli, he wants to play elsewhere.
I think I still have good football in me, he said. I don’t want to stop playing football. This is all I want to do. I don’t have a backup plan, I don’t have something I’m looking forward to doing when this is done.
Georgia: The Bulldogs came in with the sixth-best defense in the country, but Mayfield and the Sooners sliced it up in the first half, including a nifty reverse pass to the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback that made it 31-14 with 6 seconds left in the second quarter. Oklahoma had 360 yards in the first half, the second-most the Bulldogs had allowed in a game this season.
Coach Kirby Smart said the defense stunk it up in the first half, but there were no dramatic changes in the second. Smith and company just played better. Oklahoma managed only 171 yards and one touchdown in the second half and OT.