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Ray Lewis was right? The notice of how Tom Brady has been asking for calls embarrassing?

These are pieces that spoke .. And listen to the kids in this group .. It sounds like Lewis was dead on .. One face looks to the punishment for me. While trying to hit the ball as Brady, but hit him in the face .. The other Brady appears asking some thing did not happen .. What do you think http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/09000d5d813307d4/Roughing-the-passer Sorry but I think the game is more important than the players, runners are a big part of the game and being beaten and injured more often then QBs still no standards in instead of protecting them. It is a contact sport where people have been wounded since the creation of games. Thiesman Joe is a perfect example broke his leg and his career is over and yet says he is out of control of what they do for the game. The NFL is changing the game and only the monetary value of the product they give to their fans.

Him I answered a similar question with a simple statement: I regret the days of Unitas and his generation of quarterbacks would be bloody and broken to continue playing and no sanctions or call for more protective standards. They knew they were there to play the game and take the same risks as all the other players and have been subject to strike like any other player. If Unitas played now, imagine these statistics, with the protection of receivers and quarterbacks now? I agree that the rules and enforcement to protect neighborhoods have gone too far. Begin flop as kickers do if someone brushes and get yards for this. Enough.

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