CalvinMorallis: InfrasonicTom: cmunic8r99: If it was that serious an infraction, why didn't they award the rubber the touchdown outright?It's true the runner would not have scored, but sometimes you need to seriously kick the offender in balls, hard, to make sure no one else tries it thinking they'll get away with it.Same goes for Jason Kidd. He should be sitting out a week for his spill a drink stunt.Yeah, but what they'd be doing is effectively guessing he did it on purpose. When it happened in the jets game game, you could freaking see the dude stick his leg out right before the runner got to him. In this, all you have is a coach looking stupidly up at the jumbo tron and then leaping out of the way. Did he mean to get in the way? More than likely, yeah. But it'd be pretty shiatty to take a draft pick away based on a "more than likely"
Robert1966: We watched this game here in Pittsburgh and I don't recall any attention being given to it when it happened, by officials, or the announcers.
digistil: Really? This is really as bad as the Pats and Saints caught cheating for a Superbowl(s)?
Triumph: INeedAName: As a Ravens' fan, I think the draft pick is too much. Granted, I might feel differently had we lost.That's the point. Had it changed the outcome, the shiatstorm would have been immense. The NFL can't let this happen again.
INeedAName: As a Ravens' fan, I think the draft pick is too much. Granted, I might feel differently had we lost.
Triumph: Mike Tomlin jumps out of the way of various things
Leader O'Cola: this is not good. it will get most of the Steeler fanbase in an outrage against Goodell instead of focusing on the fact that Tomlin is a clueless clown who has just given more evidence why he needs to get shiatcanned.
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