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(ESPN)   Asinine: NFLPA President says the KC coach who was punched by Browns safety Rodney Harrison should be fined for shoving Harrison first...who was pulling an Ndamukong Suh on KC's RB at the time. Obvious: NFLPA's President is Browns Center JC Tretter   (espn.com) divider line
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2021-09-14 10:30:43 AM  
He wasn't pulling a Suh, he was trying not to fall around all of the bodies around him.

The coach over reacted in the heat of the moment and the coach got a light Pedro vs. Zimmer for his efforts.
 
2021-09-14 2:05:48 PM  
The only thing asinine is the headline.  The coach should be fined, he escalated an otherwise very normal ending to a NFL play.
 
2021-09-14 2:15:47 PM  
Disqualification wasn't harsh enough.  Ban him.

/and relegate his team to the XFL
 
2021-09-14 2:15:49 PM  
I was watching the game and saw the play in question. It looked like Harrison was trying to step over the KC player on the ground, but there was another KC player in the way (#52), and put his hands on the KC player to steady himself. The KC coach seemed to interpret that as an attack on the KC player and shoved Harrison, and Harrison retaliated.
 
2021-09-14 2:18:03 PM  
He's not really wrong. I mean Harrison stepped on the guys crotch, it looked like it could've been deliberate.  Doesn't necessarily excuse the coach for being too forceful in trying to get Harrison off his player and certainly Harrison was wrong to push the coach.
 
2021-09-14 2:19:47 PM  
The coach shouldn't have gotten involved. Harrison should not have shoved the coach. Mostly a misunderstanding that got out of hand.
 
2021-09-14 2:21:45 PM  
The coach will likely be fined.  The comments saying coaches should be held accountable are fine.

Subby - here's your fine.

/this is fine . gif
 
2021-09-14 2:26:10 PM  

kzspam: The coach shouldn't have gotten involved. Harrison should not have shoved the coach. Mostly a misunderstanding that got out of hand.


Yeah. I can see why both reacted the way they did.

Coach turns and sees the guy stepping on his player and is jacked up from the emotions of the moment, shoves him off, player thinks it was malicious and shoves back.
 
2021-09-14 2:34:01 PM  

Marbleisheavy: The coach will likely be fined.  The comments saying coaches should be held accountable are fine.

Subby - here's your fine.

/this is fine . gif


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2021-09-14 2:37:09 PM  
Harrison should be shot.
The coach should be shot.
Tom Brady should be shot on general principals.
Bill Belichik should be shot into the sun.

\ And we lived happily ever after.
 
2021-09-14 2:37:44 PM  

kzspam: The coach shouldn't have gotten involved. Harrison should not have shoved the coach. Mostly a misunderstanding that got out of hand.


This.  It's really no big deal.  But ESPN can generate 12 hours of commentary from it, and we can all virtue signal with it, so here we are.
 
2021-09-14 2:49:18 PM  

I hereby demand that I be given a Fark account: Harrison should be shot.
The coach should be shot.
Tom Brady should be shot on general principals.
Bill Belichik should be shot into the sun.

\ And we lived happily ever after.


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2021-09-14 3:00:40 PM  

FLMountainMan: kzspam: The coach shouldn't have gotten involved. Harrison should not have shoved the coach. Mostly a misunderstanding that got out of hand.

This.  It's really no big deal.  But ESPN can generate 12 hours of commentary from it, and we can all virtue signal with it, so here we are.


I think that virtue signalling should be done by mooning those whom we want to impress
 
2021-09-14 3:05:29 PM  

mikaloyd: FLMountainMan: kzspam: The coach shouldn't have gotten involved. Harrison should not have shoved the coach. Mostly a misunderstanding that got out of hand.

This.  It's really no big deal.  But ESPN can generate 12 hours of commentary from it, and we can all virtue signal with it, so here we are.

I think that virtue signalling should be done by mooning those whom we want to impress


Not a bad idea.  It sure as hell would bankrupt most of the "content creators", marketing executives, and bumper sticker manufacturers though.
 
2021-09-14 3:07:13 PM  

FLMountainMan: mikaloyd: FLMountainMan: kzspam: The coach shouldn't have gotten involved. Harrison should not have shoved the coach. Mostly a misunderstanding that got out of hand.

This.  It's really no big deal.  But ESPN can generate 12 hours of commentary from it, and we can all virtue signal with it, so here we are.

I think that virtue signalling should be done by mooning those whom we want to impress

Not a bad idea.  It sure as hell would bankrupt most of the "content creators", marketing executives, and bumper sticker manufacturers though.


Gaze upon my enormous bare ethics!
 
2021-09-14 3:21:23 PM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: kzspam: The coach shouldn't have gotten involved. Harrison should not have shoved the coach. Mostly a misunderstanding that got out of hand.

Yeah. I can see why both reacted the way they did.

Coach turns and sees the guy stepping on his player and is jacked up from the emotions of the moment, shoves him off, player thinks it was malicious and shoves back.


Coaches shouldn't be jacked up on emotions. It's kind of their job not to
 
2021-09-14 4:48:26 PM  
Common instance where everyone is wrong, including Tretter, who should recuse himself.
 
2021-09-14 5:01:41 PM  

bluorangefyre: Disqualification wasn't harsh enough.  Ban him.

/and relegate his team to the XFL


The XFL? I believe that's cruel and unusual punishment. Just go ahead and execute the guy at that point.
 
2021-09-14 5:46:53 PM  

omgwtfetc: bluorangefyre: Disqualification wasn't harsh enough.  Ban him.

/and relegate his team to the XFL

The XFL? I believe that's cruel and unusual punishment. Just go ahead and execute the guy at that point.


OK, relegate them to the Lingerie League.
 
2021-09-15 12:03:40 AM  
Stomping on a guy?

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