Door Gunner Posted August 24, 2015 Share Posted August 24, 2015 That wasn't even a hard hit. If he seriously wanted to end Bradfords career he could have. Nobody around the league is saying it was dirty or malicious. I'm only seeing that on this board and from fans. That doesn't even look like a malicious hit. He really could've plowed him if he chose. 100% direct hit to the knees. Instead he lead with his shoulders as they are taught to do. As much as I've seen Matt Ryan get tackled by his legs and didn't cry foul this is no different. I know what a malicious hit looks like. That wasn't it.I seriously don't think players are really trying to "end a career". But they do intend to play hard and with mean intentions meaning to inflict pain but not to blatantly end a career. They all have to think about that. Guys have gone at Suggs knees on cut blocks before. It wasn't to end his career tho. If feel if it's getting to the point where you can't just be a nasty football player then the soft guys should get out of the game. Brett Favre never complained about hard playing guys. He'd get up, tell em good hit, get in their face a little bit and proceed to kill them the next play. THATS a football player.That's your opinion and you're welcome to it, but like I said. Legal or not, no one will ever convince me Suggs wasn't trying to end Bradford's career. That hit was Dirty.I think Suggs saw a chance to do some damage and he took it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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