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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Anthony4Titans, Oct 4, 2011.

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  1. Anthony4Titans

    Anthony4Titans Starter

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  2. Ten_Titans

    Ten_Titans Starter

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    It's legal.

    The WR running the corner off didn't hit him. He just.. I don't know how to put it... ran him off.. lol.

    It would be OPI if he threw a crack block but he didn't.
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  3. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    I'm pretty sure its illegal contact, if extremely obvious... not 100% sure though.
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  4. Anthony4Titans

    Anthony4Titans Starter

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    Does how far it is from the LOS have any impact on the ruling?
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  5. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Browns fans can suck it and enjoy another 5-11 season.
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  6. TitanJeff

    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande Staff

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    It is one of those illegal but everyone does it kind of thing. It rarely gets called that close to the line of scrimmage.
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  7. Titaneers

    Titaneers Ultimate Player

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    who cares... DWill rocks..
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  8. griff33daddy

    griff33daddy Special Teams Standout

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    its 5 yards contact and the plan was to just rub off on the corner like he did without blantantly(spelling) knocking him off course...he did exactly how he was suppose to do it...happens all the time...we just took ours for a huge gain and it got pointed out
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  9. Smash

    Smash Soccer God

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    That's how plays with crossing routes are designed, for the WR to get in the defenders way.
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  10. Coov

    Coov Starter

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    It was called a smart play. I guess we gotta start getting used to those.
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