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  1. thenepatsrule

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    If you missed the hit, you can check out the video here.
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    scumbags gonna scumbag
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    That's worth of a suspension and a six figure fine. Totally premeditated.
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    This is not news
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    Reminds me of that scumbag move in a BC college game a few years back - I think the victim was Kiwanuka.

    THIS is the type of thing that Kommondant Goodell should really be clamping down on.

    Have to say that I don't think this is a 'Steelers' issue though - they play the game hard - the same way Rodney Harrison used to.
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    That's one of the worst I've seen in a long time.
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    The Kommisar has issued a "Get out of jail cheaply" card to the venerable Rooneys who cannot ever be castigated in the media.
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    can a player be suspended for regular season games for onfield hits in the preseason? :)wondering:)
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    WOW, that's as bad as I've seen in a long time...diving specifically at the knees with the obvious intent to hurt!
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    The claim is that Foster was the victim of an uncalled late hit a play or 2 earlier. Not having seen complete footage, I can't tell if this was a fight of some kind with retaliation or just out-of-the-blue scumbaggery.
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    I don't think ANY claim of previous misconduct can excuse that particular type of play.

    Diving at the back of someones legs while they are unaware is the lowest of the low.
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    Yeah I agree but even still, it does change the situation if it was premeditated and totally unprovoked versus some tit-for-tat ongoing brawl the 2 were having play after play.

    In either case the refs should be calling these.
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    i have no factual basis behind this but...

    i would have to say 100% yes. Especially if the NFL can suspend a player for activity off the football field.

    i may be wrong though
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    thanks ....
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    Not news at all, just another dirty play by a dirty collection of enabled dirtballs of a dirty, sactimonius, hypocritical Rooney Rule ownership.
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    It works, I wouldnt mind seeing the Pats drop a late knee to the gut or talk more trash.
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    The thing that always pissed me off is I don't think I can remember a single other team that's knocked a star QB out of a playoff game on a hit below the knees. Since 2001, they've done it to TWO star QB's including TFB. The other was Carson Palmer, who was never the same after his injury. 99% of the time I condone borderline hits better than most (I have no ill will towards Bernard Pollard), but I found this pretty shady.
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