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Old 02-23-2013   #9
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Default Re: Another Potential Set of Rules Which May Impact the Texans

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Originally Posted by DaTruthExplodes View Post
tackling/hits & blocks above the shoulder and below/around the knee should be outlawed.

The modern nfl helmet has been weaponized and players are just much bigger and faster now than players of the past.

The nfl must adopt/evolve the rules in order to keep up with athletic evolution.

I dont agree with a lot of stuff goddell has done, but this is one rule that needs to be implemented.

The game will be better for it.
Blocks below the knee= yes
Tackles below the knee= no

Go back to the one bar face mask- if guys get their faces broken using their helmets as a weapon, they might just use a form tackle...
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