I thought if SEA would have recovered the ball in the endzone instead of bating it out, it would have been a touchback, no? When the fumble happened, the ball ended up in the endzone and it was a live ball, meaning if SEA recovers the fumble its a touchback, it DET recovers the fumble, its a touchdown. (silimar to kick return, if the catcher touchs the ball inbounds it would be a touchback if the ball ends up outofbounds behind the endzone; and similarly if the catcher touches the ball outside of endzone and then gets tackeld in the endzone or drops the and it goes out of bounds behind the endzone, its a safety) I think the quoted rule applies if the live ball (after fumble) was NOT in the endzone, and the SEA forces it out of bounds behind the endzone. Then yeah, its a safety. I am by no means defending SEA but I thought it was a legal play.
Happenes all the time to nice guys. See, you won't fix her. Up until now, she wasn't who she truly is inside, and she didn't treat you how she truly felt towards you, but now she does and you have realized it. VERY IMPORTANT: She will never change. What you see her as today, is what she truly is. She might fake it and be difference/better for a while, and you will buy into it. But it will only be a matter of time until it all reverts back to what it is right now. You might fix specific examples such as TV sessions, choirs, specific habits etc, but the true essance of her perspective of WHO YOU ARE TO HER, will never change. It CAN'T and it WON'T (whiile you are together).
You don't truly love her. When you love someone, you get that same love in return. What you have is love towards a fantasy of being with her and the idea of having a companion. You have lied to yourself that you love her, but you really don't. You lost your own value, and you transfered it all into her and that's what you actually love: your own value in her possession. The fact that you initiated this OP is the babysteps of better times, congratulations.
All this, of course, is speculation from what I have read. I have been through very similar situation and it all goes downhill from here, fast.
What should you do? It's simple. Man up and tell that what you guys have is not a relationship and you are tired. You have to break it up with her and she needs to know that it's because of HER (but honestly, it's a bit of your fault as well) and she needs to go away. Yes it is harsh, but that's the best way for your situation.
You got soft. You never go soft, especially when your partner moves in. You gotta be bold, and you have to let her know her limitations around you.
Hope this helps. Oh and by the way... The Rule of Thumb: When she is super jelous and goes through you phone, fb, always checking up on you and accusing you of talking/flirting/cheating/or doing something 'wrong', it's because she is doing just that. She cannot trust you because she doing something behind your back that you wouldn't trust her. Human nature.
Don't wait until she breaks it to you that she is moving out. I did, because I was blind and I lied to myself. I got soft and I 'loved' her while she treated me like poo. I see it all clear now.
There is no real reason for an organization to keep hidden the severity of a player's injury. Perhaps they can fake an injury to keep a player from playing, I can see that, but not the other way around.
So you are given all that there is to know. HE IS IN THE GD PROTOCOL. If there was anything more serious than that, it would be public. They might be afraid it might be more serious, sure, but that's where the line is drawn. If he clears concussion protocol and something else starts hurting, well, you'll know why.