The Blue Bowl Co-Ed Flag Football Tournament With NFL Players
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November 320187:30 am - 5:00 pm
Estero High School, , , ,

The Fallen Officers Will Host The First Annual Co-Ed Flag Football” Tournament Called “The Blue Bowl” November 3, 2018to benefit the family of Fallen Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller and Ben Zirbel.”

September 26, 2018 (Naples, FL): The Fallen Officers will host their First Annual Co- Ed Flag Football Tournament called “The Blue Bowl” November 3, 2018 at the Estero High School from 8am-5:30pm to benefit the family of Fallen Fort Myers Police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller and Clay County Officer Ben Zirbel.”

Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller was killed in the line of duty July 28, 2018 after fighting for his life for almost a week resulting from a gun shot to the head while doing his job trying to apprehend a fleeing suspect. This has effected so many lives and of course the family of Adam Jobbers- Miller. Officer Ben Zirbel was killed on patrol August 22, 2019. The Fallen Officers which supports the Robert L Zore Foundation knew we had to do something and that is why we have created “The Blue Bowl” to not only raise money for the family of the Fallen Officer but to remember Adam Jobbers-Miller and his life and his duty to not only his family but the community he served.

The First Annual Blue Bowl will be held at the Estero High School November 3, 2018 and this will be a Co-Ed Flag Football Tournament that anyone can register their own team. The teams can have up to 15 people per team, and while playing it will be 8 on 8. This can be co-ed and also kids are welcome. The cost for a team will be $900.00 per team and each member will receive a Blue Bowl T-shirt, and lunch and soft drinks. Their will be concessions on hand and this will be a FREE event for anyone wanting to come, watch and donate to this great cause. Their will be a moment of silence for Adam Jobbers-Miller before the National Anthem and the color guard will be on hand as well. The National Anthem will be sung by Local Country Star Ben Allen from the Ben Allen Band. Former NFL players will be on hand as well for autographs, pictures and they will be officiating the Blue Bowl Tournament. So get your Company, Business, Family and Friends and register your team for this great cause today. Deadline to register your team will be October 20, 2018. Winner of The Blue Bowl will received the Blue Bowl Trophy for bragging rights and will be invited to our National Gala Mission 2244 held in Naples, Fl May 2019. We will also have our Congressional and Government leaders for the moment of silence and National Anthem.”

About The Fallen Officers and The Robert L. Zore Foundation”
Rosemary Zore was only 7 years old when she lost her father Robert L. Zore a Miami Police Officer on Christmas Eve 1983. Rosemary always wanted to do something to not only honor her late father but to also help other children all over the country that have also lost a loved one in the line of duty. Our mission is to provide support to the children of the fallen, honor the sacrifice of our Hero’s. Strengthen local leaders to help eliminate racial disparities and to heal racial divisions while promoting respect in Law Enforcement.”

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The Blue Bowl Flag Football is played on a normal football field divided into 1/3 and played
sideline to sideline. Each game has two twenty minute halves which leads to a game length of
approximately one hour with clock stoppages. All Blue Bowl games will have two refs. At it’s
core Blue Bowl Flag Football is a NO CONTACT AND NO BLOCKING GAME! We
enforce any kind of blocking anywhere on the field….blocking leads to contact, contact leads
to crazy things like injuries and fights, and we don’t like either one. Our rules favor the
offense, and we like high scoring games with lots of plays and lots of touchdowns.
• One Foot in bounds for reception.
• Two twenty minute halves- stop clock 2 minutes 2nd half.
• Must cross 2 orange cones for a first down.
• 6 point touchdowns.
• Choice of 1 or 2 extra points on PATs (3 paces for 1 pt, 10 paces for 2 pts)
• Two point conversion attempts may be intercepted and returned for two points.
• Dead ball on all fumbles- laterals can be intercepted and returned.
• No kickoffs- but there are punts.
•Quarterback can run with the ball anytime.
•Defense can not rush the qb until the line ref has started saying “GO” at the end of the “5 dog” rush count.
• There are no ties.
•8 players on the field at once.