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    Sharper may be looking at a fine

    The hit on Williams to knock him out of the game was late and viscious. Anyone agree?


    [size=12pt]***Here is the link to the hit, I got it off the DVD I had the game on.
    The second time through I slowed it way down.
    Clearly Sharper engages as he is going down...nice***


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    Re: Sharper may be looking at a fine

    It happenes in football.

    If he gets fined, I hope the team chips in on it.
    You have to play aggressive.
    Not dirty , but aggressive!
    I don't think that Sharper is a dirty player!

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    Re: Sharper may be looking at a fine

    The refs didn't even throw a flag.. not late, not vicious. It was a clean hit that players will use to jar the ball loose.

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    Re: Sharper may be looking at a fine

    I didn't think it was late or vicious at all.
    Is ther actually some buzz around the NFL regarding this, or just a few Motor City Kitty fans complaining?
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    Re: Sharper may be looking at a fine

    "Suick" wrote:
    The hit on Williams to knock him out of the game was late and viscious. Anyone agree?
    he hit him in the air and it was just a bad angle, it was perfectly fine in my eyes. it was just coincidence that he hit him that way and at that kind of angle. if he didn't and he managed to get loose then you would be badmouthing sharper for not hitting him(if your a vikings fan anyways) . that is football...getting hurt is part of the game. im not sure exactly becuase i wasn't watching close when that happened.
    but as far as i could tell it was perfectly fine. sharper probably thought that if he hit him hard he would fumble or drop the ball.

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    Re: Sharper may be looking at a fine

    Now I am not saying this just because he is now a Viking, but I honestly believe that Sharper has cleaned up his act since coming to Minnesota.. He was always a brash, cocky player with GB.. Every time he would make a play, he would get up and dance and act like a fool..

    Now he goes about his business in a professional manner, and I was just wondering if I am the only one that has noticed that.. As for the hit on Williams in sunday's game, I don't know because I didn't se the hit.. My guess is if he wasn't penalized for the hit, then he won't be fined for it either..



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    Re: Sharper may be looking at a fine

    what are you kidding me?


    I think the guy with the ball should just fall down after he catches it, football is supposed to be played by teddy bears and unicorns.


    It was a perfectly clean hit.

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    Re: Sharper may be looking at a fine

    "Suick" wrote:
    The hit on Williams to knock him out of the game was late and viscious. Anyone agree?

    Nope, I don't agree Mr. Troll.


    Trying to start stuff .... come on ........
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    Re: Sharper may be looking at a fine

    "Mr" wrote:
    football is supposed to be played by teddy bears and unicorns.
    lol, going into my sig
    Trying to bring rationale to an irrational site

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    Re: Sharper may be looking at a fine

    Can someone post a video?
    Then we can vote on it!!!

    My opinion:
    Roy Williams has already proven to the NFL that he is a p*ssy that can't stay healthy...the hit was probably not even that hard, much less vicious!
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