View Poll Results: Did Shile Sanders target (lead w helmet) this DISQ was warranted?

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  1. #1
    Pretty good vid gives several angles.

  2. #2
    Mods i don't know what causes the white out but could one of you correct?

  3. #3
    My answer is yes.
    Clearly puts helmet on dudes jaw.
    Bear in mind we are going with the rule, not the intent in Deion Jrs heart.

  4. #4
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    Clearly shoulder

  5. #5
    Rhetorical question.
    Does Deion Jrs helmet make contact with defenseless receivers head?
    Head meaning any part of his face and also his helmet.

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    Rhetorical question.
    Does Deion Jrs helmet make contact with defenseless receivers head?
    Head meaning any part of his face and also his helmet.
    I don't think he did. But it was unnecessary. Clearly trying to send a physical message. He could have tried to force a strip fumble.

  7. #7
    He could have tried to force a strip fumble.
    With the boxers uppercut into the ball he could have easily forced a fumble.
    Intent was clearly to flatten him and then do Attention dance.
    Again, if crown of helmet does not drive directly into the guys jaw,it would be ok. It did.

  8. #8
    I watched that play a few times, and honestly, it looked like Sanders led with his helmet.

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