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    Roger Goodell: Penalized hits could become reviewable

    Roger Goodell: Penalized hits could become reviewable http://t.co/9C4oDAZHvv via @cbssports

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    Omg noooooo I hate change. Bravo Goodell

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    Finally a rule change that makes sense.

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    They have to be as reviewable if NFL refs are going to just throw the flag whenever they see a big hit like they do.


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    Thanks for throwing me a bone, Mr. Goodell.
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    Great idea, but I'm not so sure about the time it's going to take to review these plays. It's going to slow the game down, add more commercials..
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    This will be a good move. Who gets to do the flag review? League office via remote?
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    Right now high school kids are lifting weights to become more of a weapon. The NFL wants the biggest, fastest, strongest athletes, they also look for hitters. You cannot play football at any level and not have collisions and violent hits, that is football. I'm not talking about cheap hits or dirty play, that is different. But this.....hit on a defenseless player......that sucks. Hitting with the shoulder pad is football.

    Not so long ago ESPN had the big hits of the week, can't recall what it was called, I;m thinking...JACKED UP!...or something like that. That has always been the game, you knock a QB out of the game...instant hero...high fives all around. I can't see how the game can be played any differently, this is similiar to boxing/MMA it's all about violence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCRider View Post
    Right now high school kids are lifting weights to become more of a weapon. The NFL wants the biggest, fastest, strongest athletes, they also look for hitters. You cannot play football at any level and not have collisions and violent hits, that is football. I'm not talking about cheap hits or dirty play, that is different. But this.....hit on a defenseless player......that sucks. Hitting with the shoulder pad is football.

    Not so long ago ESPN had the big hits of the week, can't recall what it was called, I;m thinking...JACKED UP!...or something like that. That has always been the game, you knock a QB out of the game...instant hero...high fives all around. I can't see how the game can be played any differently, this in boxing/MMA it's all about violence.
    So...good rule change?

    My opinion is that every single play should be reviewable. If the intent of instant replay is to get the right call why is anything unreviewable? Its stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_for_life View Post
    So...good rule change?

    My opinion is that every single play should be reviewable. If the intent of instant replay is to get the right call why is anything unreviewable? Its stupid.
    My obvious point was too much is being made of the violence in a very violent game. Now it's reveiw just how violent or legal violent? A running back busts through the line he's fifteen yards down the field, here comes a safety the back lowers his head and knocks the defender down, that's now illegal...???? It's getting ridiculous.

    I'm not in favor of slowing the game down anymore than they already have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_for_life View Post
    So...good rule change?

    My opinion is that every single play should be reviewable. If the intent of instant replay is to get the right call why is anything unreviewable? Its stupid.
    Agreed. Everything should be challengeable. It shouldn't slow the game down much if the Same rules apply to challenges...each team gets 3 per game to use at their discretion, whether it is a Bowman turnover or a helmet to helmet hit. If you lose, then you lose a timeout.

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    If you're going to limit each team to 2-3 challenges per game anyway, EVERY play, call or non-call should be reviewable. If you want to burn your challenge on a non-call on a blatant DPI, go for it.

    The infallible ego of referees shouldn't come into play on what can be challenged.

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    iam usually a goodell basher,but for once I AGREE with the reviews of penalized hits...too big of game changers for them not to be reviewed...makes a game go from 3 hrs to 3 1/2 give or take,but hey....dont people want more football anyways?

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    i hope that this is one of many rule changes in the future that might actually help the defense

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