Scenario: Eagles are on their own 2 or 3 yard line on 1st and 10, Young bombs one to DeSean Jackson who takes it out of bounds to the Giants 48 yards line. The Giants were called for an illegal use of hands to the face penalty, but declined due to the long gain. But wait........ Another official has thrown a flag on DeSean Jackson for TAUNTING. The officials announce the penalties as offsetting, and first down is replayed all the way back at the Giants two yard line?!?!? Am I missing something here, or did the officials just flat out screw up. Let's take the Giants penalty out of the equation right now. The tuanting had no affect on the actual play itself and by all accounts was a dead ball penalty. If there were no GIants penalty, shouldn't they mark the penalty as 15 yards back from the where the play ENDED (not from where it began)? So was it the Giants penalty that through a wrinkle into the equation? THis wouldn't make sense, but essentially that would mean the Eagles were severly penalized from a GIANTS PENALTY! THe way I see it, the Giants penalty should have been declined, and the Jackson penalty should have pushed them 15 yards back from where the play ended. I'm not sure if there are any rulebook gurus who can help me out on this one.