Los Angeles Rams protective take on Aaron Donald was asked Wednesday if he felt referees had been missing out on holding calls versus him, and the two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year supplied a sincere answer in action.

” In my opinion, they hold every play,” Donald said, per ESPN’s Lindsey Thiry. He likewise stated “there was some blatant holds that we didn’t get the call for” during his team’s 27-24 road win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday.

Donald indicated one circumstances in particular when Bucs quarterback Tom Brady appeared to fumble in his own end line after dealing with a 3rd-and-15 from his team’s own 8-yard line.

” I feel like [protective end Morgan Fox] got the ball out, so that must have been a sack anyhow, and if it wasn’t, it should have been a holding call and a safety due to the fact that [Buccaneers left take on Donovan Smith] held me in the end zone. So I thought was going to get the flag, I looked around, there was a lot of mayhem, didn’t, but it is what it is, so simply got to keep playing ball.”

Donald has actually not signed up a sack or take on in his last two video games, although he had 2 quarterback hits in a 23-16 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Nov. 15.

The seven-year veteran is still enjoying an excellent analytical season, amassing 26 takes on, 17 quarterback hits and 9 sacks for a Rams group that has actually allowed the second-fewest points per video game in the NFL.

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