Re: Reiss Clarifies It Well
posted at 1/22/2014 3:34 PM EST
In response to DeadAhead2's comment:
In response to seawolfxs' comment:
Listen to Heath Evans, he knows how this is coached be BB and WW made a conscious decision to take Talib out. Eans said the Reciver is suppoes to just make Talib stop and shuffle his feet so he cannot make a play. T
The NFL is now full of players who will make hits, like Ward, (who i think was the worst hit I have ever seen on Gronk) that goes against the grain of safety. The players do know how to play safe on one another and how not to. At one time there was a code of conduct between the players, but that is long gone.
Did WW mean to injure - i cannot say - but he meant to slam him hard. also listen to EVans about WW taking on bigger players - he has done it many times.
WW's hit was not a "rub" it was a "target and a blast""
WW was barreling into Talib not the other way around.
IF WW gets taken out agisnt Seatlle - I will not feel sorry for him
Lastly the NFL has lousy officiating which: misses too much, sometimes doesnt follow the rules and is inconsistent even within the same game. The NFL screws up left and right. Look at the SF game on running into the punter - which would of changed the game, or the ball taken out Gores arms and missed by the refs,which was miscalled as a fumble. Horrible
the NFL the way it is run sux
I just want the rules fairly applied. Did you see Collie's s hirt held on that 3rd down on the 1st drive slant pass?
WHy is that not holding, but what RYan did to thomas, which was nothing but putting a guide hand on him in man, holding?
Why is what Hooman did, which was doing nothing but running his route with impedement from the LB, which was barely anything, off PI, but Welker's hit on Talib not at least Off PI?
Why are the rules applied differently to our team all the time?
Trolls come in and say "Edelman did it to Rodgers-Cromartie"? Umm, no he didn't. The ball had been received by the Pats receiveer and Edelman just engaged to block.
Read the link I posted. It tells you why. I see it all the time. People are so dumb, they can't realize the league is feeding them garbage. Blandino explaining the Gronk play on TV describing stuff that's not happening should have been the smoking gun. But it wasn't. It continues with this. No way Welker could have know the ball was passed, caught, or dropped because he went looking back at the QB. The hit was before the pass. It's all on video. Yet simple-minded babies can't see that. High definition of trolls, and Blandino, yeah he's a troll too. Throw Perreria in there too.