Originally Posted by ol#7
Maybe your kid should play soccer...or tap dance.
I cant think of very many examples of a RB getting hurt doing this, and considering the number of hits a RB takes in a career, pretty tough to say any lingering effects are related to this one act.
No way the Ref's can get this right. They cant even get leading with the head on the defense right, seen a ton of shoulder tackles flagged.
They are talking about ending the tuck rule, which suprises me, since it wasnt in effect for our playoff game.
You see lots of examples of a safety coming up to tackle a RB and the RB lowers his head the the two helmets collide. That happens all the time and it is usually seems to me the Safety is the one that gets dinged. This happens ALL the time. Now we can debate the rule but you cannot debate the injuries.