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    Do you think that there will be a hit that will change the outcome of a playoff game?

    I pose this question because the seahawks are one of the few phsyical defenses in the nfl. Their cbs play press coverage and their safeties will hit you. The refs have any team over a barrel in terms of being able to call a penalty (because they can call defenseless receiver or helmet to helmet contact even when their isn't any).

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    wow
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    ummmm.... yes?

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    It seems that any player can just lay on the ground after a hard hit and pretend they got hit in the helmet. It happens so fast that sometimes that will make them call it based on that. If receivers take advantage, I say yes.

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    naaaaaaawwwwwwww

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    yes bull **** penalties will be called in the playoffs, and people will argue they cost games
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    I expect the only bad calls in the play-offs will be against the Seattle Seahawks!
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    If Bernard Pollard plays then yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by truevision View Post
    I pose this question because the seahawks are one of the few phsyical defenses in the nfl. Their cbs play press coverage and their safeties will hit you. The refs have any team over a barrel in terms of being able to call a penalty (because they can call defenseless receiver or helmet to helmet contact even when their isn't any).
    The Kam Chancellor-Vernon Davis hit is a prime example. Except it wasn't in the playoffs and didn't make a lick of difference in the game.
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    Donte Whitner had a game changing hit against the Saints last postseason.


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    Ed Reed already got a suspension overturned. So if he maybe knocks a Colts WR out of the game, and the Ravens win, it could definitely effect the Round 2 game
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    Another Bernard Pollard-type postseason ending hit on a Patriot, this time AH

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    Every hit is game changing. Because if they don't make the hit, the game would be different. So literally every hit changes the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j11430 View Post
    Every hit is game changing. Because if they don't make the hit, the game would be different. So literally every hit changes the game.
    how profound!
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    Quote Originally Posted by subroc View Post
    how profound!
    Why thank you, kind sir

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