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Louie T
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


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Obviously doesn't matter since he is running with the ball
He's 5'10", a runner, and ducked. I'd like to know where he's supposed to hit other than ankles.

Spearing? Maybe
That should not be a helmet to helmet






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LSUAce007
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


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Are you shitting me? So you can't hit a running back hard anymore?

Sure, just can't lead with your helmet.






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Melvin
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


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?
There is no such thing as "helmet to helmet" when the player is running with the ball and not a defenseless player






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Choupique19
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Les Miles clock it


I specifically said pro football.

Everyone remembers Les Miles, but I saw Butch Davis butcher a last second field goal attempt even worse in a bowl game in 2010.






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KillerNut9
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


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That's a hit that should merit a fine, not the ones they keep showing of Ed reed


I don't agree. Reed's hit last week was against a defenseless WR. This wasn't.






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GynoSandberg
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


That hit was legal. No such thing as helmet to helmet on a guy running with the ball.

See Pierre Thomas against San Fran last season in the playoffs






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bomber77
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


Looks like a TD to me.





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Melvin
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


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He's 5'10", a runner, and ducked. I'd like to know where he's supposed to hit other than ankles.
Not sure why you're arguing with me because I'm agreeing with you






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Jcorye1
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


Juggled it all the way down.





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SouljaBreauxTellEm
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


that is a TD





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Louie T
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


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Not sure why you're arguing with me because I'm agreeing with you
Just adding to what you're saying






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KillerNut9
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


If they would call helmets to helmets for hits against RBs, there would be flags every 5 plays.





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ZTiger87
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


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Looks like a TD to me.







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Lester Earl
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


Why would he get fined? Lol. Clueless





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Melvin
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


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Sure, just can't lead with your helmet.
According to the rule book you can






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Melvin
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


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Just adding to what you're saying






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bomber77
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


Like I said, Sanchez can't catch a break.





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SouljaBreauxTellEm
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


I felt they wouldn't over turn it, but I still don't see it actually hitting the ground.







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Fox Mulder
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


He intentionally speared him with the helmet. I don't like it when it's incidental and They call it/fine it, but clear cut cases like that one need to be dealt with

Problem is it's bull shite barely touching the helmet that is getting called and hits like that go unflagged

Just don't flag any of them and fine upon a review, but the NFL cannot even get that right because they tried to suspend Ed reed for 3 legal hits






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Jcorye1
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re: New England Patriots (49) vs. the Fighting Fatties (12) 4:01 4th


He's going to be fined, so while not illegal on field illegal according to the NFL.





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