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« Reply #20 on: Dec 03, 2010 at 14:43 »

Okay, I'm in a seriously stressed-out mood today.  So I'm going to vent in a very un-preacher-like way...not foreign to those of you on the board, but I'll just apologize and beg forgiveness before I lose my religion here:

"I would say that's misguided and, frankly, completely untrue," Anderson said Thursday in an interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. "Every team and every player, hopefully, will have the confidence that, if they play within the rules, we won't have this problem."

Okay, well...WHAT EXACTLY ARE THE FUCKIN' RULES???  That's the problem dumbass, no one knows what the damn rules are.  And you MAKE UP DIFFERENT ONES FOR DIFFERENT PLAYERS IN DIFFERENT SITUATIONS!  When in the hell did it become against the rules to hit someone in the chest???


"But what we will say is, we expect every player to play within the rules. They're very clear so players and coaches should know the rules, particularly Rule 12 and its variations. If they aren't able to play within the rules, ultimately, they will be sitting and watching games like you and me and watching games from outside the stadiums of their NFL team.


MY ASS THEY'RE CLEAR!  If they are so "clear" to everyone, then why do the players keep telling you that THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND THE FUCKIN' RULE???  And that last little tidbit there about watching the game outside the stadium pretty much tells us that they are trying to run harrison and anyone else who plays real football out of the league.  Guess the Steelers will lose their franchise soon.
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« Reply #21 on: Dec 03, 2010 at 14:51 »

Okay, I'm in a seriously stressed-out mood today.  So I'm going to vent in a very un-preacher-like way...not foreign to those of you on the board, but I'll just apologize and beg forgiveness before I lose my religion here:

"I would say that's misguided and, frankly, completely untrue," Anderson said Thursday in an interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. "Every team and every player, hopefully, will have the confidence that, if they play within the rules, we won't have this problem."

Okay, well...WHAT EXACTLY ARE THE FUCKIN' RULES???  That's the problem dumbass, no one knows what the damn rules are.  And you MAKE UP DIFFERENT ONES FOR DIFFERENT PLAYERS IN DIFFERENT SITUATIONS!  When in the hell did it become against the rules to hit someone in the chest???


"But what we will say is, we expect every player to play within the rules. They're very clear so players and coaches should know the rules, particularly Rule 12 and its variations. If they aren't able to play within the rules, ultimately, they will be sitting and watching games like you and me and watching games from outside the stadiums of their NFL team.


MY ASS THEY'RE CLEAR!  If they are so "clear" to everyone, then why do the players keep telling you that THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND THE FUCKIN' RULE???  And that last little tidbit there about watching the game outside the stadium pretty much tells us that they are trying to run harrison and anyone else who plays real football out of the league.  Guess the Steelers will lose their franchise soon.

Fuckin' whoa.
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« Reply #22 on: Dec 03, 2010 at 17:24 »

Anderson needs to realize that, if his mystic interpretation of what football should be ever comes true, many of us won't be watching outside of stadiums 

We won't be watching at all.
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« Reply #23 on: Dec 03, 2010 at 21:39 »

Anderson needs to realize that, if his mystic interpretation of what football should be ever comes true, many of us won't be watching outside of stadiums 

We won't be watching at all.

Precisely. I watched the WVU/Pitt Backyard Brawl the other day and found myself consciously thinking, "Hey, there hasn't been a flag every other play. In fact, there have been a ton of monster hits that the NFL would have flagged and fined. I think I'm enjoying this more than NFL games."

It was such a refreshing feeling to watch a hard-hitting, let-'em-play type of game. It's sad that the NFL is becoming what it's becoming. It's sad that the NFL has become so flag-happy that I noticed the lack of flags in the college game.
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« Reply #24 on: Dec 03, 2010 at 23:58 »

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It's sad that the NFL has become so flag-happy that I noticed the lack of flags in the college game.

Watched a bunch of football with my cousin over the weekend.  I cannot even count the number of times that we said, "Hey, that would have been a penalty in the NFL."  Pretty sad that the college game is tougher than the NFL these days.
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« Reply #25 on: Dec 04, 2010 at 08:37 »

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he made helmet contact to the chest of the Buffalo quarterback, who was in a defenseless position at the time the contact was made,"

I have never once heard the phrase "defenseless position" used in context of a QB until they needed to make this crap up to justify the fine.

So now they've set the precedent that every QB is in a defenseless position after throwing the ball.  Next up, zero leeway for hits after the pass.  Like touching the kicker, no matter how lightly.  Touch the QB=roughing the passer.

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« Reply #26 on: Dec 04, 2010 at 09:14 »

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he made helmet contact to the chest of the Buffalo quarterback, who was in a defenseless position at the time the contact was made,"

I have never once heard the phrase "defenseless position" used in context of a QB until they needed to make this crap up to justify the fine.

So now they've set the precedent that every QB is in a defenseless position after throwing the ball.  Next up, zero leeway for hits after the pass.  Like touching the kicker, no matter how lightly.  Touch the QB=roughing the passer.



Or worse - the banning of tackles made by players who begin plays on the QB's blind side. Hell, we could even see a reduction of eligible players on the field, going from the traditional 11-on-11 to 8-on-8 or 9-on-9 to completely eliminate blind-side play.
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« Reply #27 on: Dec 04, 2010 at 18:40 »

Fuck Goodell.

That is all.
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