The Blue Bowl Flag Football Tournament is to benefit the families of the fallen. This is a flag football tournament made up of men, woman and kids. The Blue Bowl teams are made up local businesses, Families, Co-workers, friends, police officers and residents of the area to come together and unite to show support for Law Enforcement and help the families of our Fallen Officers.
Sunday November 8, 2020 will be the 2ND Annual Adam Jobbers-Miller Blue Bowl Co-Ed Flag Football Tournament presented by Germain BMW Of Naples. The money raised by sponsors, team registrations and donations will go to helping the family of Adam Jobbers-Miller, Master Trooper Joseph Bullock and The Fallen Officers foundation. We will also honor all the Fallen Officers Families from Collier and Lee County. We will have a great pre-memorial service which includes bag pipes, presenting of the colors, moment of silence and a few words from our Founder, Presenting Sponsor, Governor, Congressional and Senate leaders as well as local leaders and law enforcement. We will present the family with a check during this memorial followed by the National Anthem and a fly over! We will also have former and current NFL players on site for autographs and they will assist with the officiating of the Blue Bowl.
Police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller succumbed to a gunshot wound sustained on July 21st, 2018, after responding to an assault and larceny call at a gas station at 3915 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard at approximately 7:30 pm.
As officers arrived the suspect fled on foot along Flint Drive, with Officer Jobbers-Miller in pursuit. The man opened fire with a handgun, striking Officer Jobbers-Miller. Another officer transported him to Lee Memorial Hospital where he remained until succumbing to his wound on July 28th, 2018.
The subject was taken into custody at the scene after being shot and wounded.
Officer Jobbers-Miller had served with the Fort Myers Police Department for three years and had previously served as a firefighter with the Wayne Fire Department in New Jersey.
Trooper Joseph Bullock was shot and killed at approximately 10:15 while assisting a disabled vehicle on I-95 just north of the interstate rest area in Martin County.
He stopped to assist the motorist whose vehicle had become stuck on a swale. He had positioned his patrol car behind the vehicle and completed paperwork for approximately one hour while the motorist waited for a tow truck to remove the vehicle. During this time Trooper Bullock had several normal interactions with the motorist.
Once the tow truck driver arrived the man became upset with the cost of having the vehicle towed. He calmly walked back to Trooper Bullock’s vehicle and, without warning, drew a handgun and fatally shot him in the head.
The man then attempted to shoot the tow truck driver, but his gun jammed, allowing the tow truck driver to run to safety. The tow truck driver was able to get the attention of an off-duty Riviera Beach detective who was driving into work.
The detective fatally shot the subject after the man confronted him and pointed the gun at him.
Trooper Bullock was a U.S. Air Force veteran and had served with the Florida Highway Patrol for 19 years. He is survived by his parents and two sisters.
JULIAN KEEN, JR.
Wildlife Officer Julian Keen was shot and killed in Labelle when he attempted to stop a hit-and-run suspect while off duty.
Hendry County deputies located Officer Keen's body after responding to reports of a shooting near the intersection of Nobles Road and Apache Circle. Three subjects were taken into custody.
Officer Keen had served with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for six years.
Adam Jobbers - Miller
Blue Bowl Rules
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.
7 on 7
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.
One Female on the field at all times per team.
Ages 10 and up.
The Adam Jobbers-Miller Blue Bowl
Co-Ed Flag Football Tournament
Sunday November 8, 2020
Hall Of Fame QB Brett Favre
Register your Business, Family, Friends,
Co-wokers today for
The 2nd Annual
Adam Jobbers-Miller Blue Bowl
Co-Ed Flag Football Tournament.
It all kicks off
Sunday November 8, 2020
Deadline to register 11-5-2020
Deadline to register 11-5-2020
Team Registration $600.00 ($50.00) Per person.
You can have up to 12 Team Members.
Only 7will be allowed on the field but you can make substitutions.
Each team member will get a T-Shirt , Breakfast and lunch.
($50.00) Per person.
We will make a team with other individual members such as yourself.
Only 7 will be allowed on the field but you can make substitutions.
Each team member will get a T-Shirt, Breakfast and Lunch.
We appreciate our sponsors and partners that support The Fallen Officers-Robert L. Zore Foundation. We encourage everyone to do business with these sponsors. Please click on their logo for more information. These businesses support The Blue!