http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-videos/09000d5d81b80962/Player-safety One thing I found interesting is that they show clips of players making "good clean hits" and they are exactly the same as the injury or head-shot clips. Minus the Meriweather clip (which was dirty). Ray Lewis is shown blowing up a TE and it looks just like the Harrison hit on Massaquoi. But the TE Ray Lewis hits did not duck or pull up to avoid the hit, so Lewis never leaves his feet. In Harrisons hit Massaquoi seems to pull up and duck to avoid the hit which is why Harrison looks almost air-born. I think that some illegal hits will be avoided with the new rules, but I also think that alot of clean hitting players will get fined or suspended due to the offensive player reacting to the hit. He shows a KC player knock down a WR by hitting him in the chest. But had that receiver seen the hit coming and ducked, I guarantee that he would have smacked the WR in the head and be fined for a head strike. Get your popcorn out, cause its gonna be interesting to watch the games this weekend. Thank God the Texans get the week off to see everyone else get fined.