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Harrison(Steelers) Considering Retirement

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Posted 20 October 2010 - 08:33 AM

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Posted 20 October 2010 - 09:22 AM

Highly doubt he retires....I think this is just Harrison's extreme response to express his discontent with the seemingly dramatic response by the NFL this week....
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Posted 20 October 2010 - 09:37 AM

Harrison's not retiring. He's just unhappy with the 75,000 fine he got.

Massaquoi's agent is a little ridiculous though saying that 75K fine wasn't enough. His client knows that every time he steps onto the field he's taking a risk of taking a hard hit. I dont care if Harrison's made millions or not. 75 grand isnt chump change after considering that harrison's agent and the government still have to take their cut as well as the players union out of his salary.
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Posted 20 October 2010 - 11:05 AM

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The panel on NFL are DEAD ON!.. how many years has it been since there have been tackling in football? You can't change it Goodell. You simply CANNOT!

Now like the panal says. Enforce the rules that are ALEADY IN PLACE. Dunta Robinsons hit was as clean as hit as you'll see. Was is vicious? yes... however he didn't launch, nor did he go for the head of DeSean. It was a hit across the middle of the field. I'm sorry, I'm all for safety as well but Jesus Christ, we can't let this game get out of hand. We already have screwed up the P.I calls. P.I calls shouldn't be from the spot of the foul. It should be a 15 yard penalty. Not a 50 or 60 yard penalty. Anyways Goodell is going to f*ck this up. The league is going to f*ck this up. I know it.

Nothing we can do but I might have to write a letter to Goodell or the league office. I'm not going to be able to stand it if football starts being called like Basketball games.Posted Image
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Posted 20 October 2010 - 11:13 AM

Goodell is still just proving he's out to turnt he NFL more and more into the No Fun League or No Frills League
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Posted 20 October 2010 - 12:53 PM

View PostS-Dubb, on 20 October 2010 - 09:05 AM, said:

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The panel on NFL are DEAD ON!.. how many years has it been since there have been tackling in football? You can't change it Goodell. You simply CANNOT!

Now like the panal says. Enforce the rules that are ALEADY IN PLACE. Dunta Robinsons hit was as clean as hit as you'll see. Was is vicious? yes... however he didn't launch, nor did he go for the head of DeSean. It was a hit across the middle of the field. I'm sorry, I'm all for safety as well but Jesus Christ, we can't let this game get out of hand. We already have screwed up the P.I calls. P.I calls shouldn't be from the spot of the foul. It should be a 15 yard penalty. Not a 50 or 60 yard penalty. Anyways Goodell is going to f*ck this up. The league is going to f*ck this up. I know it.

Nothing we can do but I might have to write a letter to Goodell or the league office. I'm not going to be able to stand it if football starts being called like Basketball games.Posted Image


They over-react to the numbers only. the last 3 years the NFL averaged 27 concussions total reported per year, they're year there at 47 already. But you can't blame the defense for getting bigger and faster. they are already at a disadvantage. I'm ok with fines and suspensions for players who are PURPOSELY spearing players or aiming for the head and trying to injure other players (like romanoski used to) but you can't flag or suspend a player who lays down the wood if he keeps it legal. like revis's hit on royal was legal, leonhards hit on royal was legal.
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Posted 20 October 2010 - 06:08 PM

I don't know if this is a bit much, but i personally think that GOODELL IS THE HITLER of the NFL. He seriously is single handedly killing the sport year after year. the act that no one has tried to seriously try to throw him out of power is unbelievable. Well i hope he knows that after he kills the NFL he's good as fucked when it comes to money cause he, along wiht the owners are goin bankrupt.


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Posted 21 October 2010 - 12:09 AM

I think a lot of aggressive players will consider retirement rather than a complete change of playing style.

Knee jerk reactions are becoming a trademark of the pathetically PR conscious Goodell. Two game winning PI calls? Change the rule!Q However, note that in the NY-Den game the PI was blatant since Holmes had the ball hit his hands and only a facemask could stop the catch. In the Hou-KC game it was just the wrong call. In either situation, a fifteen yard penalty isn't the answer.

The issue on PI is when it gets called wrong it hurts the other team big time. The answer isn't to mitigate the possibility of a bad call by lessening the penalty, you'll just end up with DBs throwing guys down deep to break up a play. Refs should get fined and suspended for blown calls at that level. All they are watching for is possession and in bounds. Johnson was way in bound, so the only issue should have been watching his hands. How the ref misses a push when we can see it from camera level above the field is beyond me.
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Posted 21 October 2010 - 01:29 AM

View Postnejets2820, on 20 October 2010 - 07:08 PM, said:

I don't know if this is a bit much, but i personally think that GOODELL IS THE HITLER of the NFL.


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He seriously is single handedly killing the sport year after year. the act that no one has tried to seriously try to throw him out of power is unbelievable. Well i hope he knows that after he kills the NFL he's good as fucked when it comes to money cause he, along wiht the owners are goin bankrupt.


The league is thriving. If you don;t like the way he's running things that's fine, but none of this is true.
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Posted 21 October 2010 - 08:03 AM

Big hits are part of the game, and a big part of what draws fans to the game. But there does need to be balanced, and player safety does need to be considered. I understand that players choose to play the game, and put their bodies on the line. However, the league and officials do arguably owe the players a duty of care. I found the interview on ESPN.com with Mark Schlereth quite disturbing. During his career he put everything on the line and has had 29 surgeries to show for it. But there is a difference between knee injuries and head injuries. Unfortunately Schlereth, and other players may end up in wheelchairs or need a walking aid in the future, but their standard of living is going to be much better than players who have suffered repeat concussions because the symptoms are far less severe than amnesia and potential brain damage.
The onus to me is on players to improve their tackling technique. Revis showed on Sunday you can make a hard hit without it having to be uncontrolled, whereas the shots from Harrison and Robinson were not.
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Posted 21 October 2010 - 10:16 AM

The Robinson hit was violent, but legal. If Jackson wasn't a *beep* that misses time anyway it wouldn't have been a problem. Robinson was running, slowed, put his hands up.

If hard hits that knock out notably fragile players will draw suspensions, I say we load up on wimps so that no one will be willing to touch them.

The Merriweather hit was dirty, the Massaquai his was kind of dirty, but that is it. The call on Leonhard showed that you'll get called for tackling in the modern NFL. I say fire all the defensive players in the league and let the players just play 100-yard pitch and catch.

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