Cork Gaines/Vine

Philadelphia Eagles nose tackle Bennie Logan was lining up to attempt to block a field goal attempt early in the team's loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday when a ref kept trying to get him to change his position on the line, which Logan did not take to kindly to.

By Extra Mustard
November 17, 2014

Philadelphia Eagles nose tackle Bennie Logan was lining up to attempt to block a field-goal attempt early in the team's loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday when a ref kept trying to get him to change his position on the line, which Logan did not take too kindly to.

It is illegal for a defensive player to line up directly across from the longsnapper on special teams plays and the ref was attempting to ensure Logan was in the proper position. The ref quickly learned that it may be best to just let a 6-foot-2, 315-pound defender line up wherever he pleases though.

The Eagles lost 53-20 to the Packers, moving both to 7-3.

 
 

Brendan Maloy

You May Like