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    The Bone Crusher - Pollard




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    Re: The Bone Crusher - Pollard

    Because of the strenuous demands of Ball So Hard University, transferring credits is usually not possible. Pollard is the exception.




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    Re: The Bone Crusher - Pollard

    Quote Originally Posted by dreamjo View Post
    Because of the strenuous demands of Ball So Hard University, transferring credits is usually not possible. Pollard is the exception.
    bwahaha!!!

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    Re: The Bone Crusher - Pollard

    Pollard destroying Patriots went from comical to downright eerie.




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    Re: The Bone Crusher - Pollard

    "None of the other hits was as vicious as Sunday's strike, when ball carrier and tackler lowered their heads, and Pollard delivered the boom".

    It should be noted that the most "vicious strike" of the game was by a Patriot defender that snapped Dennis Pitta's head back but was unpenalized imagine that!

    Pollard made an excellent tackle but the NE running back actually brought his own head down forcibly to meet Pollards and knocked himself out!

    Golly Gee. I guess that's why they wear helmets!

    "The hit was within the rules, but it's precisely the kind of collision the NFL would like to get rid of -- players lowering their heads into contact and sustaining concussions".

    And so the media turns a simple football play into fuel for a campaign to further pussify the game we love.
    Last edited by Real Fan Dan; 01-21-2013 at 08:22 AM.
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    Re: The Bone Crusher - Pollard

    Quote Originally Posted by Real Fan Dan View Post
    "None of the other hits was as vicious as Sunday's strike, when ball carrier and tackler lowered their heads, and Pollard delivered the boom".

    It should be noted that the most "vicious strike" of the game was by a Patriot defender that snapped Dennis Pitta's head back but was unpenalized imagine that!

    Pollard made an excellent tackle but the NE running back actually brought his own head down forcibly to meet Pollards and knocked himself out!

    Golly Gee. I guess that's why they wear helmets!

    "The hit was within the rules, but it's precisely the kind of collision the NFL would like to get rid of -- players lowering their heads into contact and sustaining concussions".

    And so the media turns a simple football play into fuel for a campaign to further pussify the game we love.
    I so totally agree.....

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    Re: The Bone Crusher - Pollard

    Quote Originally Posted by Real Fan Dan View Post
    "None of the other hits was as vicious as Sunday's strike, when ball carrier and tackler lowered their heads, and Pollard delivered the boom".

    It should be noted that the most "vicious strike" of the game was by a Patriot defender that snapped Dennis Pitta's head back but was unpenalized imagine that!

    Pollard made an excellent tackle but the NE running back actually brought his own head down forcibly to meet Pollards and knocked himself out!

    Golly Gee. I guess that's why they wear helmets!

    "The hit was within the rules, but it's precisely the kind of collision the NFL would like to get rid of -- players lowering their heads into contact and sustaining concussions".

    And so the media turns a simple football play into fuel for a campaign to further pussify the game we love.
    For which Ridley should have been penalized 15 yards in addition to the lost fumble.




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