That was a dirty, dirty hit. He should be fined and suspended.
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boo bear, i know wes welker, you friend, or no wes welker.
I felt like that when I received some paperwork concerning a paternity suit from 1970.
Ball was tipped. DB had his hit timed out as if the ball wasn't tipped. Clean, effective hit. If they continue to call pansy stuff like this, they need to take off the pads and just put velcro flags around their waists.If you as a fan think that was a dirty hit, you need to start watching soccer only, or just stick with figure skating as your entertainment.It takes men to play football. Yes, receivers know they take their life into their own hands every time they run a crossing route through the middle of an NFL defense. That's why LESS than 1 in 1,000,000 people are selected to play this sport professionally.The eunification of the American male is subtle, but it continues.
7:32 Welker took 2 full steps after the ball was tipped. It does not matter how the defense timed the hit, it is his job to keep his eye on the whole play and see it had changed (as that 1 in 1,000,000 he should be able to do that). I do not think it was a dirty hit, just a good hit that was taken away by a change in the events. He was more concerned with making a big hit than watching the field of action as he should have been.
who frickin cares if them niggers knock each other's brains out. I thought that was the whole point.
Dem boyz gonna be puttin some big hits on T.O. next week!
He obviously could not make the play and was letting up. Therefore making himself a defensless player. Read the rules.
Might want to rethink that whole "letting up" idea before the whistle blows in the NFL. It may be your last coherent thought.
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