I don’t want to see players injured (just like James Harrison!), and I realize the long-term effects of head injuries are real. If the NFL thinks it knows how to change that, more power to them.
My problem, however, is the blatant hypocrisy and extensive gray area with most of its rules. With that said, I’ve obtained the NFL’s strategy for dealing with controversial big hits.*
*By obtained, I mean I just made it up on PowerPoint. But it sure as hell sounds right.
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