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Old 09-16-2012   #27
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Default Re: Which players will you focus on VS Jags?

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Originally Posted by badboy View Post
please elaborate on new rules. This is definition: http://static.nfl.com/static/content...er_Conduct.pdf

AND:http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...op-block-rule/


Hereís the official rule, which a league source has forwarded to PFT: ďOn a running play, A1, an offensive lineman, chops a defensive player after the defensive player has been engaged by A2 (high or low), and the initial alignment of A2 is more than one position away from A1. The rule applies only when the block occurs at a time when the flow of the play is clearly away from A1.Ē

And so, if the center hits a guy high and a tackle hits him low, itís a penalty. When itís a center and one of the two guards, the chop block is not illegal
Somebody (at work) gave me the really wrong impression that they could never block low at all anymore. I did see some of the really hard cut-backs by the RBs today anyway and was really glad to see it.
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