1. Visit this page http://www.nfl.com/videos?videoId=09000d5d8029ad54 2. Click the triangle (play button) in the main video screen 3. Click the full screen button below the video 4. Replay the video from 17 seconds to 23, over and over. 5. Notice how fast everything happened in real time. 6. Notice a blocker pushing Wilfork's shoulders. 7. Notice Wilkfork push through the blocker's right hand side. 8. Notice how the blocker grabs Wilfork's arm temporarily as Wilfork runs past. 9. Notice the blocker feels through Wilfork's back. 10. Notice the blocker feels him down to Wilforks hamstrings. 11. Notice the blocker feels Wilkfork's lower legs. 12. Notice the blocker has hands on Wilfork's ankles. 13. By the way, notice that by this time, another Buffalo player has his hands on the other of Wilfork's legs. 14. Notice the blocker had never ceased contact with Wilfork's body during the entire play. 15. Notice Wilfork's hamstring and his hands are below the knees are for tackling, as there is no other reason for this. 16. Notice the "blocker" (by now in quotes) fly forward wrapped up around Wilfork's legs. 17. Notice how much faster everything is as this is the first defensive stand in the entire game. 18. Notice the clock says 14:54, 1st quarter, at the time of contact. 19. Notice there is no reason for one, two then three Buffalo players to fall on Wilfork's legs. They're supposed to be blocking, not tackling! 20. Wilfork still manages to fly through and all the other videos show him to have been "untouched" and deliberately diving at Losman's legs. 21. If you pause right before the hit, Wilforks arms are extended up towards the shoulders of Losman, about a foot away. 22. Notice that clearly Wilfork isn't diving to the left or the right, but towards Losman. 23. Notice how with his hands being at shoulder height of Losman, Wilfork looks read to wrap around Losman's waist. 24. Notice how unexpectedly Wilfork pulls his arms down, and at the same time, turns his body to his left to avoid Losman during the final tenth of a second or less. 25. Notice that neither Buffalo player had a right to pull on Wilfork's legs at any time. 26. Notice that Wilfork's tried to avoid crashing into Losman's knee or waist with his big helmet, by turning to his left (away) and retracting his arms down. I don't think there should be a penalty since Wilfork was in perfect position to make a play at Losman's waist. There should be several holding calls. Also, the media should show the full clip, not the cut away angle that makes it look like Wilfork was not touched when he went for Losman. This was an excellent play by Wilfork. The injury is not a good thing, but the play was excellent. Nobody is giving him credit for being fast and getting around the original blocker, who never separated his hands from Wilfork's body and dragged on Wilfork's legs near the end.