We know that many fans want to stand up and cheer for their Washington Redskins. But how many are willing to stand up for the whole game and pay for the privilege of doing so?The team has sent an email to fans offering standing room seats in the upper deck of FedEx Field for 290 for the eight regular season games and two preseason games.The standing room area was created when about 10,000 upper deck seats were removed in order to build what the team called party decks. It appears that the name has been dropped but the areas will be ready for the coming season.On their general seating tickets, the Redskins do not list the 10 percent county tax that is paid at purchase. That could well be the case here so expect to pay the additional money if you are interested in the standing room tickets.As of now, the standing room tickets are available for full-season purchase only. Single game sales could happen at some future point if all of the tickets available, estimated by the Washington Post to be 4,000 to 5,000, are not sold as season packages.Since the area is designated as standing room, the tickets do not need to be sold out in order to lift the NFLs blackout restrictions.The lowest priced general admission tickets have a face value of 44, although those prices are grandfathered in for fans who were displaced when the upper-level end zone seats were removed. The cheapest ticket available to new ticket holders is 64.
It took the New York Giants a full game and another quarter before they scored their first touchdown of the 2017-18 NFL season.
Giants rookie Evan Engram was the recipient of their first touchdown of the season, scoring the first of his career on Monday Night Football.
Naturally he began to celebrate his accomplishment, but perhaps his celebration was too natural.
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In the clip, right in front of the cameraman, the 23-year-old proceeds to dance with a finishing move crotch grab in the midst of his teammates.
Apparently the loosened NFL celebration rules from this off-season did not take out any sexually suggestive actions.
It resulted in a 15-yard penalty on the ensuing kick-off for the Giants.
With the ball then kicked out of bounds the Lions had the ball at their own 45-yard line.
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Likely the grab will give Engram a fine from the NFL.
Last season Antonio Brown was fined for a similar celebration, by twerking following a score.
The touchdown remains the only time New York has found the end-zone through two games.
With only 13 points it is the lowest scoring two game start in 70 years for the franchise.
The playing time of Josh Doctson in the Redskins’ season opener was a topic of discussion. In Week 2 against the Rams, his playing time increased by nearly 50 percent but he still is looking for his first catch of the season.
After being in 20 plays against the Eagles and not being targeted on a single pass attempt, Doctson played 29 snaps in the Rams game. The result was one target but it was a fade pass in the end zone that he never had a chance to get his hands on. The 2016 first-round pick still has a zero on the stat sheet in the receptions column.
Some other observations on playing time against the Rams:
—Kirk Cousins and four of the offensive linemen played all 71 offensive snaps. Morgan Moses left on the last play of the third quarter with a sprained ankle. He was out on the ensuing third-down play, the Redskins punted and when they got the ball back Moses was back in there after missing just the one snap.
—When Rob Kelley was in the game he was getting the ball. He played 16 snaps and had 12 carries before he left the game in the second quarter with a rib injury. Chris Thompson (29) and Samaje Perine (26) split the other running back carries.
—The Redskins played a lot of multiple tight end sets with Jordan Reed (40), Vernon Davis (55), and Niles Paul (36) combining to play 131 snaps. That’s an average of almost two tight ends per snap. Contrast that to last week when the tight ends played a combined 87 of the 69 plays on offense.
—On defense, CB Bashaud Breeland, S D.J. Swearinger, and ILB Mason Foster played all 50 defensive snaps. That means that Foster didn’t miss a play after he suffered a shoulder separation and popped it back into place on the sideline.
—Zach Brown missed a snap and Josh Norman missed three, probably due to his shoulder injury.
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—Rookie Jonathan Allen again led the defensive line in snaps played with 29 this time. Matt Ioannidis was right behind him with 28.
—Non-Allen rookie watch: Fourth-round pick Montae Nicholson was a surprise starter at strong safety, playing 26 snaps before leaving with an injury. Fellow rookie CB Fabian Moreau played one snap on defense and 21 on special teams. Ryan Anderson played a dozen snaps on defense. Chase Roullier did not play an offensive snap but he got in on six special teams plays.