Thursday, November 11, 2010

NFL Hits

Hello out there. Piper Maru checking in to LaSanbe.

My favorite NFL player Troy Polamalu of the Pittsburgh Steelers recently voiced his opinion on the recent fines for violating a new rule concerning "violent helmet-to-helmet hits." He called out the NFL Commish Roger Goodell saying he had too much power when it came to deciding who to fine and how much the fine should be.

Coming to the defense of fellow Steeler James Harrison, who has been fined the most so far for these types of hits, Polamalu believes the fines imposed on Harrison are not justified.

We will have to wait and see how far these penalties go as the season rolls on. And will Troy be next?
Go Steelers!

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