Im guessing this will not even be mentioned, but I am personally getting tired of seeing players suffer life threatening injuries during kick off and punts. As players continue to get bigger and faster, you are seeing 300+ pound guys blocking guys running the 40 at 4.4. Those collisions are horrible to watch. In the past year, I can think of at least 4 separate incidents when a serious, life threatening injury has occurred during a kick off. I know football is sacred. And I know the kick offs and special teams are a part of the game. But something needs to be done. Some rule needs to be implemented. A lot of these players are getting very lucky they aren't ending up paralyzed or worse. As they continue to get bigger and faster, that luck is going to run out. What do you think should be done? Maybe have a separate group of players for special teams? That way they can practice it over and over again? (Allow a subsequent increase in roster spots). This is the best I can think of. What about you? Maybe Im overreacting, and maybe this is just a knee jerk reaction to watching Williams go down last night. Football is a physical, dangerous sport. But when people started getting seriously hurt in nascar, they changed the rules to keep it safer. Maybe the NFL should follow suit.