there is no way to prove what hits were bounty related hits, and what hits were just normal footbal hits.
Vitt admits to a pay for play
system in which players were rewarded for good, legal plays that included non-hits such as interceptions, forced fumbles, and fumble recoveries. They were also rewarded for good, legal hits.
They were fined for hits (whether clean or not) that resulted in penalties as well as for making stupid mistakes such as missed tackles.
No proof of a pay to injure
program was made public outside of conflicting testimony from one very disgruntled ex-employee and one recently fired coach.
No proof has been offered to the public of the existence of a program that offered incentives for targeting certain players or injuring an opponent. The only logical conclusion that anyone here can draw is that there were no bounty related hits because there was no 'bounty' system.