1. Taking chop blocks, peel-back blocks, roll blocks and downfield cut blocks out of the game
This has been long overdue. For years, the NFL has been making sure offensive players are safe and sound without worrying about the other side of the ball. Few things are more dangerous than an offensive lineman diving at the knees of a defensive lineman or a linebacker. It's time to change the thought process here.
This will also protect the heads of defensive players who are fixated on the ball-carrier. Under current rules, a offensive player can peel off his block and side-swipe a would-be tackler.
I've been against these ever since we got rid of Kubiak and his scheme.