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    Jets coach trips Dolphins player during game


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    Re: Jets coach trips Dolphins player during game

    You have to be a little nutty to do something like that.

    Looks like it was kind of a macho thing.....like don't invade my space.

    Good way to get hurt.
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    Re: Jets coach trips Dolphins player during game

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    Re: Jets coach trips Dolphins player during game

    I watched that over and over again.

    while yes, it was poor spirit of the game, he really didn't do anything wrong.

    The gunner was running OB. The coach stood his ground. He didn't move to get out of the way, which he should have done, but there's no rule about that. He simply stood his ground, which is 100% ok. If a player runs into a coach,(which is technically what happened) there's nothing that can be done. yes, the coach leaned into it, but it was because the coach wanted to be the hammer, not the nail.

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    Re: Jets coach trips Dolphins player during game

    Quote Originally Posted by "STCLOUDSAYSGOVIKES" #1083142
    Quote Originally Posted by "ultravikingfan" #1083139
    It was the strength and conditioning coach.
    It's all in the link including his apology.

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    Re: Jets coach trips Dolphins player during game

    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1083144
    I watched that over and over again.

    while yes, it was poor spirit of the game, he really didn't do anything wrong.

    The gunner was running OB. The coach stood his ground. He didn't move to get out of the way, which he should have done, but there's no rule about that. He simply stood his ground, which is 100% ok. If a player runs into a coach,(which is technically what happened) there's nothing that can be done. yes, the coach leaned into it, but it was because the coach wanted to be the hammer, not the nail.
    That's true, but he just as easily could have avoided the collision completely.

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    Re: Jets coach trips Dolphins player during game

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    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1083144
    I watched that over and over again.

    while yes, it was poor spirit of the game, he really didn't do anything wrong.

    The gunner was running OB. The coach stood his ground. He didn't move to get out of the way, which he should have done, but there's no rule about that. He simply stood his ground, which is 100% ok. If a player runs into a coach,(which is technically what happened) there's nothing that can be done. yes, the coach leaned into it, but it was because the coach wanted to be the hammer, not the nail.
    That's true, but he just as easily could have avoided the collision completely.
    Yes, that's true, but it's not on him to avoid players, its on the player to avoid the guys on the sideline.

    IMO, that was unsportsmanlike, but as far as rules go, nothing wrong happened.

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    Re: Jets coach trips Dolphins player during game

    I suppose the player coming off the field and crowding the coaches at high speed in their own space could be regarded as a provocative or aggressive act.
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    Re: Jets coach trips Dolphins player during game

    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1083144
    I watched that over and over again.

    while yes, it was poor spirit of the game, he really didn't do anything wrong.

    The gunner was running OB. The coach stood his ground. He didn't move to get out of the way, which he should have done, but there's no rule about that. He simply stood his ground, which is 100% ok. If a player runs into a coach,(which is technically what happened) there's nothing that can be done. yes, the coach leaned into it, but it was because the coach wanted to be the hammer, not the nail.
    He didn't do anything wrong?

    LOL! He INTENTIONALLY stuck his knee out to trip the player up. He knew exactly what he was doing.

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    Re: Jets coach trips Dolphins player during game

    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1083169
    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1083144
    I watched that over and over again.

    while yes, it was poor spirit of the game, he really didn't do anything wrong.

    The gunner was running OB. The coach stood his ground. He didn't move to get out of the way, which he should have done, but there's no rule about that. He simply stood his ground, which is 100% ok. If a player runs into a coach,(which is technically what happened) there's nothing that can be done. yes, the coach leaned into it, but it was because the coach wanted to be the hammer, not the nail.
    He didn't do anything wrong?

    LOL! He INTENTIONALLY stuck his knee out to trip the player up. He knew exactly what he was doing.
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