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D.J Williams hit on Kevin Faulk

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    Yeah that sucked to watch the first time on TV. Thanks.
     
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    Blah blah blah.......like there aren't 500 hits in the NFL just like it all season long. I must say though, I believe DJ Williams will become a good NFL linebacker though, got to see him play at DeLasalle here in the bay area when he was a high schooler. He was a great RB in High School believe it or not.
     
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    Hard hit. I've seen Faulk get clocked at least two times so far this season but he bounced right back up.
     
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    I was at the game and couldn't tell who it was but who were the two players that collided near the beginning of the game. I was a good collision near the line of scrimmage. The end result was the Pats player got right up. The Broncos player tried to get up, stumbled around a little bit and then hit the deck and had to be helped off the field. Do you have video of that one?
     
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    Helmet to helmet and no one even questions this. a hard hit, but pretty bs.
     
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    I thought Wilson's hit on the broncos FB, the FB, was way better. Plus, it caused a fumble. Oh wait, we were playing the donkies so ofcourse that had to be ruled an incompletion.

    Just who from the denver organization is going down on the refs? :rolleyes:
     
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    brady let him out to dry on that one
     
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    Actually it was shoulder to chest.
     
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    Actually, shoulder to chest was a big part of it, but so was helmet to helmet. Can't do anything about it now. Game is over and we lost.
     
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    That was D.J. Williams tackling Ben Watson - details in the Breakdown thread - O1 series - Watson caught the ball for a yd gain off a crossing pattern underneath the Denver LBs.
     
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