I was stuck watching the Tennessee-Jacksonville game this last week and two related plays jumped out at me. At one point the QB (don't remember if it was Young or Garrard) was going out of bounds and, while still in bounds, the defender gave him a two-handed push to ensure he made it out of bounds. It wasn't particularly hard but he still drew a call for hitting the QB. A few plays later Garrard ran the ball and was going out of bounds, as the defender approached he let up to let Garrard go out of bounds on his own. Garrard proceeded to lower his shoulder and slam into the defender, gaining an extra yard or so before going out of bounds. Obviously the defender was looking to avoid a penalty, but now the QB has a license to hit a defender but you still can't touch the QB? Can we PLEASE get back to playing football?