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Old 10-09-2007   #301
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IMO it was an attempt at a boderline illegal block. Trent saw that TJ didnt see him coming and dove at his knee. It just happened that instead of taking his knee violently off the ground during the block he got hit in the head with the knee. Trent probably could have had a nice block on TJ if he would have hit him in the chest, TJ didnt even see him. It is likely that TJ would have been knocked off his feet if Trent had gone for a higher block because TJ didn't see him at all. TJ even said "It showed me what kind of man he is". I agree with him. It's one thing to go for someones knee head on, where they can see you do it, but it is another thing to come from behind someone and throw your body weight lead by your helmet into the side of someone's knee. That's pretty weak.
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Golic agreed with TJ on Mike and Mike.
It doesn't surprise me. A lot of NFL players - especially linemen - agree with the reasons behind TJ's anger.

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Wow, that may be the only time I EVER agree with Jerome Solomon. Kudos to him for getting it right.
I can't remember the last time I agreed with him, too. But I think his article was spot on.

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Trent probably could have had a nice block on TJ if he would have hit him in the chest, TJ didnt even see him. It is likely that TJ would have been knocked off his feet if Trent had gone for a higher block because TJ didn't see him at all.
Andre Ware said the same thing yesterday morning. He elaborated that you could knock any 300+ man on his butt if the dude doesn't see you coming. Green would've had a great highlight, too, knocking a d-lineman on his ass by getting up under his shoulder pads.

I hope Green is alright, but his injury is all on him. TJ had nothing to do with that, and his only mistake was not controlling his emotions.
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Does anyone remember Bledsoe's hit when he was with the bill's a couple years back ?
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WOW I agree with J Soloman. Like I said in my post earlier immediately after a game is not the best time to get a clam response from most players in the NFL.
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