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About SCMunnerlyn1

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  1. Ignore me for obvious reasons when I say no. Cluck Femson.
  2. Welp at least we scored someone on our home soil right.
  3. A stationary head vs 240+ running half speed. Of course he has a concussion. That however is the only thing you're interested in and that's the problem. Him being hurt does not make the hit worse. Trying to scream and moan that I don't agree with lynching the guy for delivering a hit that he felt was within the rules is dumb in itself. The fact is I feel and a few other players would feel the hit was ok and the majority would be devastated to know it's an injury. And that likely is what sets this apart. Burfict has the reputation therefore this entire argument is moot because they'll call it j
  4. I define a love tap as a "remember me" hit. Like i guess I would describe a love tap as the point between a shove/tackle and launching into someone. Basically what most LB/S would like to do to a receiver across the middle. But, obviously with a different outcome. Certainly not aiming for injuries one would hope.
  5. You cannot sense intent from watching the play. I'm giving you what I would see and what a lot of other players would see. You see Brown struck in the head oh burfict is a pos yada yada. I see a guy hitting a receiver with his shoulder bracing for contact after he touched the ball. Nothing more nothing less. The fact that his head was there is unfortunate but I have no reason to believe that (though Burfict is an asshat) it was intentional to cause injury.
  6. I just said he likely feels no remorse for the injury. Read it again. Yes he's a piece of poo. But on this particular play I feel it was ok.
  7. The sport as it happens is being defended. If it was Kuechly, Burfict or Hitler giving a 4 year old WR a concussion my response would be the same.
  8. They do. I've seen it happen and I regretfully caused it to happen once. Mine was on the sideline and I hit a RB going for the ball on a wheel route. He touched it with a fingertip and I was a step or so away and i ran into him with my shoulder and it caused him to spin enough for his leg to catch the ground and tear his knee. The play was not flagged and though some were upset with me it wasn't until after he was injured that some tried to call it dirty. My intention was to punish him for dropping the ball. I doubt Burfict is upset that he hurt the guy. But, as i'm trying to tell you guys, w
  9. I didn't even think about that. Them and Clowney both with a small collective sigh of relief.
  10. I wonder if they'll be having an open competition at QB this summer. Gives McCarron plenty of time to shore up his game.
  11. Because he felt Brown touched the ball is the only reason I could see as to why he didn't try to cut out of the way. Gave him a love tap and unfortunately paid for it there.
  12. It was smart. I would've instructed several players to attempt to get Pacman to do something stupid.
  13. Who can question whether he was injured? He clearly was.
  14. So now we're resorting to name calling? I'm not blind I just played the sport for a long time and poo like this happens. When contact is about to happen you brace up and your eyes close briefly.You can clearly see he's not full speed and he hits with the shoulder while looking down bracing for contact. Yes he had every intention to hit him and that was clear and he had every right to hit him. Because he was unable to tell if he touched the ball.
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