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I have never seen such poetic justice done, and it happen the very next play a flag should have been thrown for a late hit, and would have been thrown in any other stadium! There should have been a half dozen flags thrown in that game against against him. He has been served notice that it will not happen again like it did then. 

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21 minutes ago, RobSalvador said:

Love the enforcement, cant count on the zebras to save us.

This will definely cross Bennett's mind on Sunday.

Yep. To me, it's that simple. When your opponent crosses the line and the refs aren't willing to call it, you gotta take matters into your own hands -- while being smart about how you go about it, of course. 

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Guys...it was not "sending a message" or a retaliation. It was part of the game plan...Schraeder did the same block on Bennett before Matt Ryan was slammed to the ground...which was before Matthews did the low block.   

Also note...the very first play of that game, Seattle's RT did the exact same kind of low block on Beasley....very first play.

 

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1 hour ago, thesouphead said:

Guys...it was not "sending a message" or a retaliation. It was part of the game plan...Schraeder did the same block on Bennett before Matt Ryan was slammed to the ground...which was before Matthews did the low block.   

Also note...the very first play of that game, Seattle's RT did the exact same kind of low block on Beasley....very first play.

 

I think Jake knew what he was doing, as to where exactly he threw his substantial weight. At least Bennett and Carroll thought so in interviews later.

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2 hours ago, thesouphead said:

Guys...it was not "sending a message" or a retaliation. It was part of the game plan...Schraeder did the same block on Bennett before Matt Ryan was slammed to the ground...which was before Matthews did the low block.   

Also note...the very first play of that game, Seattle's RT did the exact same kind of low block on Beasley....very first play.

Exactly. Cut blocks are used by all offensive line.

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