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2013-09-11 09:27:21 AM  
Clay Matthews was 10 when Jim Kelly retired.  He might not even know who he is.

Way to keep it topical, subby.
 
2013-09-11 09:30:13 AM  
Harbaugh, just let it go, dude. You're a coach. Act like one
 
2013-09-11 09:31:40 AM  
I think any hand attack to the head of someone with a helmet on is basically a waste of time. Though a slap might have more impact in that case and be less likely to injure your hand.
 
2013-09-11 09:32:33 AM  
I'd pay good, American greenbacks to watch Harbaugh go one on one with Matthews.
 
2013-09-11 09:32:38 AM  
Oh and Harbaugh is retarded and obviously knows nothing about punching. Punching a football helmet would result in a broken hand with no damage to the guy you are punching. Slapping at least won't break your hand.
 
2013-09-11 09:36:17 AM  

MFAWG: I'd pay good, American greenbacks to watch Harbaugh go one on one with Matthews.


I'd do the same to see Matthews v Staley
 
2013-09-11 09:38:23 AM  
Yes punching a helmet is entirely the thing to do.  I mean what's some broken knuckles?

I'm not a fan of either team but those are just pants on head stupid comments.  Even more so coming from a coach.
 
2013-09-11 09:40:59 AM  
Jim Harbaugh thinks he is way smarter than he actually is.  He is one of the best coaches in the league, but I have a feeling his hubris will cause him to never win a Lombardi Trophy.
 
2013-09-11 09:42:13 AM  

machoprogrammer: Oh and Harbaugh is retarded and obviously knows nothing about punching. Punching a football helmet would result in a broken hand with no damage to the guy you are punching. Slapping at least won't break your hand.


DoBeDoBeDo: Yes punching a helmet is entirely the thing to do.  I mean what's some broken knuckles?


Missing the point fellas.  He's baiting defenses with his comments.  If he can increase the chance that some dumbass linebacker is going to take a closed fist swing at Kaepernick, why wouldn't he?  There is literally no downside to that scenario for Harbaugh, the 49ers orKaepernick.  Personal foul, possible ejection from the game, and possible injury to the defensive player.
 
2013-09-11 09:45:17 AM  
Im actually shocked the NFL hasn't told him to stfu already
 
2013-09-11 09:51:57 AM  

Babwa Wawa: machoprogrammer: Oh and Harbaugh is retarded and obviously knows nothing about punching. Punching a football helmet would result in a broken hand with no damage to the guy you are punching. Slapping at least won't break your hand.

DoBeDoBeDo: Yes punching a helmet is entirely the thing to do.  I mean what's some broken knuckles?

Missing the point fellas.  He's baiting defenses with his comments.  If he can increase the chance that some dumbass linebacker is going to take a closed fist swing at Kaepernick, why wouldn't he?  There is literally no downside to that scenario for Harbaugh, the 49ers orKaepernick.  Personal foul, possible ejection from the game, and possible injury to the defensive player.


The ONLY person he might be baiting is Suh.   No one else is dumb enough to take a closed fist swing at a helmet.   So my point still stands, the comments are pants on head stupid.
 
2013-09-11 09:54:08 AM  

machoprogrammer: Im actually shocked the NFL hasn't told him to stfu already


I am sure they have privately.


Honestly, with the amount of biatching he does to the refs, I am sure he has lost any ability to influence refs.  Most coaches know to complain strategically so the refs look at similar plays differently.  If you are yelling like a goddamn lunatic after every play they are likely just to shut you out completely.
 
2013-09-11 09:55:01 AM  
i hate to be That Guy, but why is Fark Sports Tab perpetually one day late?  Harbaugh said this at Monday's press conference.  what kind of news aggregator is this?
 
2013-09-11 09:56:29 AM  
Shut the fark up Harbaugh. Prepare for your ass kicking this week.
 
2013-09-11 09:57:01 AM  
Jim Harbaugh, an asshole?  No way.

\and that's hard to do when you're compared with Clay Matthews
 
2013-09-11 10:03:38 AM  

js34603: Shut the fark up Harbaugh. Prepare for your ass kicking this week.


I hope this is the case, and the last time Kaep played in Seattle, he looked confused as shiat.  My only concern is that Seattle's O-Line will struggle.  Still, I have a hard time imagining Kaep will have an easy time against an actual defense rather than Dom Capers's "Bend, then Break" strategy.
 
2013-09-11 10:06:42 AM  

whizbangthedirtfarmer: js34603: Shut the fark up Harbaugh. Prepare for your ass kicking this week.

I hope this is the case, and the last time Kaep played in Seattle, he looked confused as shiat.  My only concern is that Seattle's O-Line will struggle.  Still, I have a hard time imagining Kaep will have an easy time against an actual defense rather than Dom Capers's "Bend, then Break" strategy.


It's going to feel weird rooting for Seattle
 
2013-09-11 10:08:28 AM  
Seattle and San Fran have arguably the the best teams in the NFL.  They also have arguably the biggest douchebag head coaches in the NFL.
 
2013-09-11 10:11:44 AM  

Richard Flaccid: They also have arguably the biggest douchebag head coaches in the NFL.


That's a deep, deep bench, though; like playing in a 4-team FF league.
 
2013-09-11 10:11:53 AM  
Football players should be men. Remove your helmet on the field of play, eat the penalty and go at it as if you're both NHL enforcers. There would be a lot less shiat talking if this were a possibility.
 
2013-09-11 10:13:01 AM  

sign_of_Zeta: Jim Harbaugh thinks he is way smarter than he actually is.


Babwa Wawa: Missing the point fellas.  He's baiting defenses with his comments.  If he can increase the chance that some dumbass linebacker is going to take a closed fist swing at Kaepernick, why wouldn't he?  There is literally no downside to that scenario for Harbaugh, the 49ers orKaepernick.  Personal foul, possible ejection from the game, and possible injury to the defensive player.


Seems to me, these two points are related.  Perhaps his intent was to bait defenses.  But I don't think there is a single defensive player in the NFL who will read these comments and then, during a game, say "gee, Harbaugh declared open season on Kaepernick's helmet with our knuckles, so I'll just go ahead and throw a punch now."  On the other hand, there are probably a good number of opposing players who will say "man, that Harbaugh is a gigantic asshole; would anyone shed a tear if someone 'accidentally' ran into him on the sideline at the end of a play?"
 
2013-09-11 10:14:58 AM  

machoprogrammer: It's going to feel weird rooting for Seattle


It'll change you forever.  One hit and you'll be hooked.
 
2013-09-11 10:18:53 AM  
Both of these guys are gigantic douchebags.
 
2013-09-11 10:28:24 AM  
If someone could compile all of Harbaugh's tantrums in one convenient YouTube video, he would be my hero
 
2013-09-11 10:29:45 AM  

machoprogrammer: Harbaugh, just let it go, dude. You're a coach. Act like one


He's definitely trying too hard.

/9ers fan

DoBeDoBeDo: Yes punching a helmet is entirely the thing to do.  I mean what's some broken knuckles?

I'm not a fan of either team but those are just pants on head stupid comments.  Even more so coming from a coach.


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2013-09-11 10:31:21 AM  
So he wanted Matthews to give a donkey punch?

Back in the day Jill Kelly was so hot.
 
2013-09-11 10:46:02 AM  
So, which coach this week is going to be the first to break the new rule about not leaving the sidelines to argue a call? Harbaugh or Carroll?
 
2013-09-11 10:57:43 AM  
dude just wants some cake
 
2013-09-11 11:00:11 AM  
I forget the rules and going off memory, open handed shoves to the face mask aren't defined as punching, correct?

Also, yes I realize that tactic still hurts like a mother farker. Some d bag did it to me in high school during an xp and my neck was stiff for a week.
 
2013-09-11 11:05:44 AM  
In other news, Clay Mathews, the biatch of Green Bay, still hasn't been fined by the NFL.
 
2013-09-11 11:13:11 AM  
Cool. Now show us how to take a punch.
 
2013-09-11 11:14:01 AM  
My favorite thing about Jim Harbaugh is that he doesn't give one single solitary fark what any of you think.
 
2013-09-11 11:14:07 AM  
Jill Kelly, now there's someone I haven't fapped to in a while.  I'm putting that in my appointment book.
 
2013-09-11 11:24:55 AM  
Its possible Matthews was going for the ol' Deacon Jones head slap, which, if landed properly, would have put Kaep on the bench for a couple plays. That would have been WAY more effective than any punch to a helmet. I don't think Jim has thought about that.
 
2013-09-11 11:26:28 AM  

machoprogrammer: It's going to feel weird rooting for Seattle


Think of it as rooting against Harbaugh and his 40 whiners
 
2013-09-11 11:26:35 AM  

iron_city_ap: Its possible Matthews was going for the ol' Deacon Jones head slap, which, if landed properly, would have put Kaep on the bench for a couple plays. That would have been WAY more effective than any punch to a helmet. I don't think Jim has thought about that.


I don't think you've seen the play
 
2013-09-11 11:36:49 AM  
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iron_city_ap:
Its possible Matthews was going for the ol' Deacon Jones head slap, which, if landed properly, would have put Kaep on the bench for a couple plays. That would have been WAY more effective than any punch to a helmet. I don't think Jim has thought about that.


where do you see anything remotely resembling a headslap?  your post deserves a Deacon Jones headslap.
 
2013-09-11 11:42:04 AM  
Harbaugh isn't baiting anything.  He's just keeping "Clay Matthews threw something that was kinda sort of a punch" out there as a news story.

It makes sense if you're pissed at Clay Matthews.
 
2013-09-11 11:55:41 AM  
rickythepenguin:

iron_city_ap: Its possible Matthews was going for the ol' Deacon Jones head slap, which, if landed properly, would have put Kaep on the bench for a couple plays. That would have been WAY more effective than any punch to a helmet. I don't think Jim has thought about that.

where do you see anything remotely resembling a headslap?  your post deserves a Deacon Jones headslap.


It was after the hit on Kappy.  While stanley was grabbing Matthews and Matthews was trying to push him away.  Harbaugh obviously has a hard time understanding the difference between a punch and an attempt to push someone away
 
2013-09-11 11:57:46 AM  
The slaps/punches that the weasel Harbaugh is talking about happened in the fight which happened after Clay Matthews dirty hit out of bounds.
 
2013-09-11 12:03:25 PM  

mikaloyd: The slaps/punches that the weasel Harbaugh is talking about happened in the fight which happened after Clay Matthews dirty hit out of bounds.


It was definitely a late hit but I wouldn't call it dirty.  He launched himself but didn't lead with the head, and he should have pulled off but it wasn't like Kaepernick had taken 3 step out and Matthews launched himself.  It was over-aggressive and 100% deserved the flag, but it wasn't dirty like Suh.
 
2013-09-11 12:05:26 PM  

sign_of_Zeta: mikaloyd: The slaps/punches that the weasel Harbaugh is talking about happened in the fight which happened after Clay Matthews dirty hit out of bounds.

It was definitely a late hit but I wouldn't call it dirty.  He launched himself but didn't lead with the head, and he should have pulled off but it wasn't like Kaepernick had taken 3 step out and Matthews launched himself.  It was over-aggressive and 100% deserved the flag, but it wasn't dirty like Suh.


No but it was stupid as hell and ended up giving the niners a TD. There's being aggressive, and then there is being stupid as hell.  I swear late hits and personal fouls are the dumbest penalties to get and entirely avoidable. Much like Clay Matthews in general.
 
2013-09-11 12:08:28 PM  

sign_of_Zeta: mikaloyd: The slaps/punches that the weasel Harbaugh is talking about happened in the fight which happened after Clay Matthews dirty hit out of bounds.

It was definitely a late hit but I wouldn't call it dirty.  He launched himself but didn't lead with the head, and he should have pulled off but it wasn't like Kaepernick had taken 3 step out and Matthews launched himself.  It was over-aggressive and 100% deserved the flag, but it wasn't dirty like Suh.


Saying not as dirty as suh is similar to saying fall isn't as cold as Pluto. It's still dirty given the situation, but so many people overreacted to the "punches" and IMO the nfl kind of derped on saying the ref's two wrongs made it right.
 
2013-09-11 12:11:18 PM  

SenorBenedict: No but it was stupid as hell and ended up giving the niners a TD. There's being aggressive, and then there is being stupid as hell.  I swear late hits and personal fouls are the dumbest penalties to get and entirely avoidable. Much like Clay Matthews in general.


It shouldn't have given them a touchdown if the refs knew the damn rules, but yeah, it was dumb.  And he deserves grief for it.
 
2013-09-11 12:25:21 PM  

sign_of_Zeta: mikaloyd: The slaps/punches that the weasel Harbaugh is talking about happened in the fight which happened after Clay Matthews dirty hit out of bounds.

It was definitely a late hit but I wouldn't call it dirty.  He launched himself but didn't lead with the head, and he should have pulled off but it wasn't like Kaepernick had taken 3 step out and Matthews launched himself.  It was over-aggressive and 100% deserved the flag, but it wasn't dirty like Suh.


Dude, it doesnt matter whether he leads with his helmet or not, when a quarterback is already out of bounds and a linebacker does his best steer wrestling imitation on the quarterback its dirty.
 
2013-09-11 12:29:21 PM  

sign_of_Zeta: SenorBenedict: No but it was stupid as hell and ended up giving the niners a TD. There's being aggressive, and then there is being stupid as hell.  I swear late hits and personal fouls are the dumbest penalties to get and entirely avoidable. Much like Clay Matthews in general.

It shouldn't have given them a touchdown if the refs knew the damn rules, but yeah, it was dumb.  And he deserves grief for it.


NFL says otherwise.  If the refs knew the rules, it would have been 1st down 49ers.
 
2013-09-11 12:31:57 PM  
No pics of Jill Kelly? Fark I'm disappoint
 
2013-09-11 12:36:38 PM  
Hairball is whining?  Stop the presses!
 
2013-09-11 12:37:27 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: I think any hand attack to the head of someone with a helmet on is basically a waste of time. Though a slap might have more impact in that case and be less likely to injure your hand.


Exactly
 
2013-09-11 12:39:30 PM  

flak attack: sign_of_Zeta: SenorBenedict: No but it was stupid as hell and ended up giving the niners a TD. There's being aggressive, and then there is being stupid as hell.  I swear late hits and personal fouls are the dumbest penalties to get and entirely avoidable. Much like Clay Matthews in general.

It shouldn't have given them a touchdown if the refs knew the damn rules, but yeah, it was dumb.  And he deserves grief for it.

NFL says otherwise.  If the refs knew the rules, it would have been 1st down 49ers.


What the hell are you talking about?  The old head of NFL officials said as a 2 dead ball penalties, they should have offset and been 4th down.  That's the way it has always been.

Matthews deserved the penalty and the 49ers tackle deserved it for headbutting Matthews after the play.

mikaloyd: Dude, it doesnt matter whether he leads with his helmet or not, when a quarterback is already out of bounds and a linebacker does his best steer wrestling imitation on the quarterback its dirty.


He wasn't out of bounds when he launched.  He was out of control and deserved the penalty but it's different then a lot of late hits.  Though a think Matthews probably deserves a fine for letting himself be so out of control.
 
2013-09-11 12:43:01 PM  

sign_of_Zeta: He wasn't out of bounds when he launched.


WUT?

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2013-09-11 12:43:51 PM  

sign_of_Zeta: flak attack: sign_of_Zeta: SenorBenedict: No but it was stupid as hell and ended up giving the niners a TD. There's being aggressive, and then there is being stupid as hell.  I swear late hits and personal fouls are the dumbest penalties to get and entirely avoidable. Much like Clay Matthews in general.

It shouldn't have given them a touchdown if the refs knew the damn rules, but yeah, it was dumb.  And he deserves grief for it.

NFL says otherwise.  If the refs knew the rules, it would have been 1st down 49ers.

What the hell are you talking about?  The old head of NFL officials said as a 2 dead ball penalties, they should have offset and been 4th down.  That's the way it has always been.

Matthews deserved the penalty and the 49ers tackle deserved it for headbutting Matthews after the play.


http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/09/09/nfl-now-says-packers -n ot-49ers-benefitted-from-officials-mistake/related/

Revised statement by the NFL.  Staley shouldn't have been flagged.  Personal foul on Matthews, no call against 49ers.  First and goal for the 49ers.
 
2013-09-11 12:46:44 PM  
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2013-09-11 12:47:54 PM  

flak attack: Revised statement by the NFL.  Staley shouldn't have been flagged.  Personal foul on Matthews, no call against 49ers.  First and goal for the 49ers.


You could see Staley headbutt him in the video.  They are just covering the ass of the refs on the field about that... either way, the refs incorrectly interpreted what they called on the field.  The Packers still would have lost (they played terrible in the secondary and let opportunities slip) but that is a joke of a statement.
 
2013-09-11 12:57:04 PM  

kkinnison: rickythepenguin:

iron_city_ap: Its possible Matthews was going for the ol' Deacon Jones head slap, which, if landed properly, would have put Kaep on the bench for a couple plays. That would have been WAY more effective than any punch to a helmet. I don't think Jim has thought about that.

where do you see anything remotely resembling a headslap?  your post deserves a Deacon Jones headslap.

It was after the hit on Kappy.  While stanley was grabbing Matthews and Matthews was trying to push him away.  Harbaugh obviously has a hard time understanding the difference between a punch and an attempt to push someone away


That's what I was thinking. It happened after Kaep got up after the hit.
 
2013-09-11 12:59:29 PM  

HeadSlash: No pics of Jill Kelly? Fark I'm disappoint


It's not that easy to get a nice SFW picture of Jill Kelly.
 
2013-09-11 01:08:34 PM  

iron_city_ap: kkinnison: rickythepenguin:

iron_city_ap: Its possible Matthews was going for the ol' Deacon Jones head slap, which, if landed properly, would have put Kaep on the bench for a couple plays. That would have been WAY more effective than any punch to a helmet. I don't think Jim has thought about that.

where do you see anything remotely resembling a headslap?  your post deserves a Deacon Jones headslap.

It was after the hit on Kappy.  While stanley was grabbing Matthews and Matthews was trying to push him away.  Harbaugh obviously has a hard time understanding the difference between a punch and an attempt to push someone away

That's what I was thinking. It happened after Kaep got up after the hit.


For some reason, I was thinking the punch/head slap was directed at Kaep, but, I was a few beverages into my afternoon at that point. Either way, and after re-watching it, it would have dropped Staley if he landed it on the ear hole.
 
2013-09-11 01:08:57 PM  
If Harbaugh spent as much time on coaching as he did on his smarmy comments, his team might actually win a Superbowl.
 
2013-09-11 01:11:21 PM  
My bad.  i thought dude meant the inital hit was a headslap.
 
2013-09-11 02:16:59 PM  

Babwa Wawa: Clay Matthews was 10 when Jim Kelly retired.  He might not even know who he is.

Way to keep it topical, subby.


I believe subby was referencing the time back in 1997 when Jim Harbaugh punched Jim Kelly.  This is back when Harbaugh still played for the Colts, and apparently a few weeks before the incident Jim Kelly had made some comments that Harbaugh was soft, or something to that effect.  Ole Jim took offence to that, and when he bumped into Kelly a couple days before a game he punched Kelly so hard he broke his hand.

As a Colts fan I must thank Harbaugh for doing that.  He missed the next 4 games because of his injured hand, three of which we ended up losing.  This is important to note because it led to the Colts having the worst record in the league, giving them the #1 pick in the 1998 draft.  The team with the #2 pick that year was the Chargers who were one game better than the Colts.  What makes it really interesting is one of those 3 games the Colts lost while Harbaugh was injured was against the Chargers.  Now, even with Harbaugh starting the Colts were a bad team that year, and there's no guarantee they'd have beat the Chargers anyway, but San Diego was pretty bad that year too and having Harbaugh in the game could have easily made a difference.

Of course there's also no guarantee that the Chargers would have chosen Manning instead of Leaf if they'd ended up with the #1 pick, they may very well have gone with Leaf anyway.  Seems ridiculous now but at the time there was a lot of speculation as to which QB would be drafted first.

Anyway, thank you Jim Harbaugh, for doing your part to help ensure over a decade of sustained success for the Colts.
 
2013-09-11 02:19:18 PM  

Neondistraction: I believe subby was referencing the time back in 1997 when Jim Harbaugh punched Jim Kelly.


That would be correct.  Also, Harbaugh lost those game checks as it was an off the field incident
 
2013-09-11 02:20:08 PM  

sign_of_Zeta: flak attack: Revised statement by the NFL.  Staley shouldn't have been flagged.  Personal foul on Matthews, no call against 49ers.  First and goal for the 49ers.

You could see Staley headbutt him in the video.  They are just covering the ass of the refs on the field about that... either way, the refs incorrectly interpreted what they called on the field.  The Packers still would have lost (they played terrible in the secondary and let opportunities slip) but that is a joke of a statement.


Willfully ignorant or just stupid?

Staley is just holding on to Matthews by the pads.  If there's any helmet contact by Staley it's because Matthews is out of control and has a grip on Staley's facemask.

Jesus it's the exact opposite of what you describe.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=UZqsI7epbLc # t=94
 
2013-09-11 02:21:05 PM  

mikaloyd: sign_of_Zeta: He wasn't out of bounds when he launched.

WUT?

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I see Kaepernick not quite stepping out of bounds (unless his left foot is size 25 his heel hasn't touched yet) and I see Matthews has already begun his launch.
 
2013-09-11 02:26:35 PM  

Neondistraction: What makes it really interesting is one of those 3 games the Colts lost while Harbaugh was injured was against the Chargers.


The other fun thing is that when he was let go from the Colts, where did he end up (after a year in Baltimore)? As a backup to Leaf with the Chargers (and went winless while finishing up that 1-15 season for Leaf that led to the Chargers getting Vick and trading for Tomlinson and getting Brees).
 
2013-09-11 02:37:54 PM  
This sh*t continues to make itself harder and harder to watch.
 
2013-09-11 02:39:29 PM  

machoprogrammer: Harbaugh, just let it go, dude. You're a coach. Act like one


Well if there is anyone that knows about acting like a whinny little girl its Harbaugh.
 
2013-09-11 02:42:46 PM  

Stimied in a Rut: In other news, Clay Mathews, the biatch of Green Bay, still hasn't been fined by the NFL.


I am pretty sure the biatch of Green Bay is named Jay Cutler.
 
2013-09-11 02:49:48 PM  

PluckYew: Willfully ignorant or just stupid?

Staley is just holding on to Matthews by the pads.  If there's any helmet contact by Staley it's because Matthews is out of control and has a grip on Staley's facemask.

Jesus it's the exact opposite of what you describe.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=UZqsI7epbLc # t=94


your clip doesn't show the initial moment Staley came up to Matthews and hit helmets, which they did show on one of the replays, but not on the one you linked to.  I won't blame you for not see it as I haven't been able to find that replay linked on youtube or anywhere else.  It did happen though.
 
2013-09-11 03:26:55 PM  

onzmadi: Stimied in a Rut: In other news, Clay Mathews, the biatch of Green Bay, still hasn't been fined by the NFL.

I am pretty sure the biatch of Green Bay is named Jay Cutler.


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2013-09-11 03:37:54 PM  

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onzmadi: I am pretty sure the biatch of Green Bay is named Jay Cutler.

 
2013-09-11 04:02:24 PM  

Babwa Wawa: Clay Matthews was 10 when Jim Kelly retired.  He might not even know who he is.

Way to keep it topical, subby.


Clay, Jr's Browns beat the Bills in the '89 playoffs - in fact, it was their last playoff win.  So I'll bet young Clay III grew up hearing about those glory days.
 
2013-09-11 04:08:01 PM  

UNC_Samurai: Babwa Wawa: Clay Matthews was 10 when Jim Kelly retired.  He might not even know who he is.

Way to keep it topical, subby.

Clay, Jr's Browns beat the Bills in the '89 playoffs - in fact, it was their last playoff win.  So I'll bet young Clay III grew up hearing about those glory days.


Just like when Al "Touchdown" Bundy scored four touchdowns in one game!
 
2013-09-11 04:57:52 PM  
 
2013-09-11 05:19:23 PM  
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2013-09-11 11:04:40 PM  

sign_of_Zeta: your clip doesn't show the initial moment Staley came up to Matthews and hit helmets, which they did show on one of the replays, but not on the one you linked to. I won't blame you for not see it as I haven't been able to find that replay linked on youtube or anywhere else. It did happen though.


"your clip" is just 1 of many angles the NFL has.  They said Staley should not have gotten a penalty, 1st and goal.  Deal with it.
 
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