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Monco wrote: This coming from fans of a team whose DL go after QBs knees and have the biggest cheap shot artist in history in Harrison. Priceless.
I'm sorry. I wasn't aware we weren't allowed to debate whether or not someone laid a dirty hit on one of our players. If you aren't going to make intelligent posts that add to the topic, get lost.Back on topic, the hit was deserving of a penalty in my opinion. He didn't have to launch himself at Welker, but he did. Is it deserving of a fine? Probably not. Just give him a "warning" and move on. Let's just hope Welker is fine.
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GinoC wrote: if Meriweather had done the same to Hines Ward we'd consider it part of the game.
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Vabthang5 wrote: I think it was a little of both. It was a guy playing hard, but didn't quite stop at the whistle. I think hitting the receiver when he did was not bad, it was a bang bang play. But launching himself off his feet was a little much.
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fragmag wrote: Vabthang5 wrote: I think it was a little of both. It was a guy playing hard, but didn't quite stop at the whistle. I think hitting the receiver when he did was not bad, it was a bang bang play. But launching himself off his feet was a little much.Didn't stop at the whistle? Maybe you need to rewatch it and listen to when the whistle is blown.
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It was certainly a penalty but not dirty. sometimes you take into account the player involved.
Welker is one hell of a player, hope he is ok.
Posted: 12/2/2008 7:26 AM
bowmag701 wrote: I didn't see the game but saw the highlight of that hit. Was it dirty? I don't know, Was it just good play? I don't know. It looked liked he launched hinself a little bit to me, which I think is not legal, or should Welker been paying better attenion to his surroundings. I wonder if one of the Patriots had done that what the reaction might be today. Welker got up and walked off the field so thats good. Just wondering what you think.
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Drayenob wrote: Good question. If it was not "dirty" it was viscious. Was Jack Tatum's hit legal? Probably.Was Tatum's hit dirty and meant to hurt a player...most definately. I tend t lean that direction with the Welker hit. Could have had a Stingley outcome.I like to look at trends in all things as the best barometer of intent. If film shows a pattern like this with any player or team then it's dirty to me. If it is isolated, then I give any player a pass. And that goes for our players too.
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wndrwl wrote: 1. ball was tipped at the 43 yd line of the patriots2. welker was at the time of the tip was at the steelers 49 yd line3. clark was out of the tv view (i guess he was about 5 to 7 yds behind welker)4. whistle was blown5. clark feet left the ground
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Hunter07 wrote: In fact that clip shows Welker was just "letting up" on the play, - and got nailed LATE!!
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Ragtime wrote: Hunter07 wrote: In fact that clip shows Welker was just "letting up" on the play, - and got nailed LATE!!Not so much late - as, AGAIN, the ball hadn't hit the ground yet. Your boy let up on a live ball. Sucks for him, but I expect he'll know better next time.
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