The NFL Fines Gore but not Brady
Posted 23 January 2013 - 06:01 PM
I know some here are going to scream about pointing out the double standard (or convince themselves there wasn't one).
However there was. Cam was clearly trying to protect him self from being part of a scrum--while on his back--on the ground with people on top of him. That was his way of getting up, clearing space or stopping the scrum upon him.
Brady on the other hand, threw a kick in anticipation of what he expected (and clearly directed at one guy approaching him--Ed REed), while he was completely isolated and going down on his own.
In other words: Cam's kick was purely defensive. Brady's kick was Offensive (though he or some may argue it was defensive). I would say more preventative, cause nothing had happened to him yet, unlike Cam at the bottom of a pile.
Brady should have been fined.
Do you realize you're talking about the QB the media has set out to tarnish since his days at Auburn because he helped them win their NC? There is no such thing as double standard when it comes to the endless attack on Cam. It's pure intentional.
The NFL is owned by the media. Brady will not be fined. If he is, it will barely be much less than a player with low socks.
Posted 23 January 2013 - 06:16 PM
Posted 23 January 2013 - 06:36 PM
Brady even has his own rule, he will be protected for life by the NFL
The Brady Rule - Cant hit a QB low.
The Tuck Rule - Made up a rule on the fly so Brady wouldn't be responsible for a game ending fumble.
Stetson sucks Tom!
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Posted 23 January 2013 - 07:22 PM
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