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    Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III



    I said all along that RG III was gonna get hurt with all that scrambling. A QB needs to stay in the pocket and step up like the great ones do. Look at Vick and the Eagles with all his scrambling.

    Gruden tells that to the QBs on his show. You run like that in the pros and you'll get your shoulder separated or a concussion or knee injury. I just didn't expect RG to get knocked out so soon.


    With all the frustration being discussed with the outcome everyone seems to forget Ngata's great hits on RG III.

    The first one knocked his helmet off on a clean hit to the chest. Some thought he was hit in the helmet but pic in link shows a clean hit to the chest.

    Then it was remarkable that a guy as big as Ngata even caught up to him on his 13 yrd scamper much less knocking him out of the game just as Gruden advised his QBs on TV.

    Too bad all this is over looked with the frustration. Same with Art JOnes playing well.

    It might have been wasted but somebody
    was trying and there's hope.

    You just gotta love Ngata. Here's the hit.

    http://slumz.boxden.com/f16/video-ng...video-1854010/


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    Qb run? NGATA CHANCE!!!

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    Re: Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III

    Welcome to the NFL, RGIII

    Better learn to slide properly if you want to last




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    Re: Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III

    Even after the hit he still made the first downs that beat the Ravens ass. He also provided that spark that juiced up his team mates. Its like they have their offensive version of Ray Ray.




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    Re: Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III

    Haloti Ngata looked pretty good yesturday, better than he's been lately, maybe he's healed up now




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    Re: Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III

    Atlanta roughed him up too when he should have run out of bounds.


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    Re: Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    I said all along that RG III was gonna get hurt with all that scrambling. A QB needs to stay in the pocket and step up like the great ones do. Look at Vick and the Eagles with all his scrambling.

    Gruden tells that to the QBs on his show. You run like that in the pros and you'll get your shoulder separated or a concussion or knee injury. I just didn't expect RG to get knocked out so soon.


    With all the frustration being discussed with the outcome everyone seems to forget Ngata's great hits on RG III.

    The first one knocked his helmet off on a clean hit to the chest. Some thought he was hit in the helmet but pic in link shows a clean hit to the chest.

    Then it was remarkable that a guy as big as Ngata even caught up to him on his 13 yrd scamper much less knocking him out of the game just as Gruden advised his QBs on TV.

    Too bad all this is over looked with the frustration. Same with Art JOnes playing well.

    It might have been wasted but somebody
    was trying and there's hope.

    You just gotta love Ngata. Here's the hit.

    http://slumz.boxden.com/f16/video-ng...video-1854010/


    http://www.csnbaltimore.com/blog/rav...life-rough-rg3
    In today's NFL if you hit the quarterback that hard (legally or not) its going to draw a flag. There was nothing wrong with the hit, except that it was a good one.




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    Re: Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III

    The NFL doesn't want to hurt their budding superstar. That's why Ngata was flagged for a late/helmet hit.

    RG3 isn't going to last long if he keeps running around like that without sliding.




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    Re: Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III

    That was retribution for getting a bullshit roughing the passer flag earlier in the game.
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    Re: Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III

    Quote Originally Posted by steelerhater View Post
    In today's NFL if you hit the quarterback that hard (legally or not) its going to draw a flag. There was nothing wrong with the hit, except that it was a good one.

    You're right on all counts.

    As someone said, Goodell is reducing the
    NFL to flag football.

    As a famous lady mod used to say, screw em all.

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    Re: Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III

    Should be able to challenge penalties, some of them are as big a game changer as a score or turnover. Especially ones that are automatic first downs.




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    Re: Don't forget Ngata's hits on RG III

    Good point.
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