And that's OK with you, then, as long as you can watch football on TV and feel all tough and manly, huh?<quoted text>Your taking the word 'hurt' way out of context compared what Harrison said in the post game presser Sunday, late afternoon.
Massaquoi was in the process of catching the ball, is Harrison suppossed to give him a butt slap? No, you need to make the play as a defender...as I said, what the replay -- his hands hit first, then his arm & shoulder, then helmets. When shoulder pads hit something, they also make a sound.
Yes, I remember Darryl Stingley...why is he the one we bring up when a cycle of big hits occur? Comparing Harrison's tackle to Tatum's tackle are quite different and too completely different situations.
Injuries, serious or not, can happen at any point during a game, you just gave the latest example with Army-Rutgers.
Man, it's unbelievable, the number of idiots on here who want to defend headhunting and helmet-to-helmet hits. Especially when not one of you could take a hit yourself.