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    Anybody care to comment on the incident that occured during the game??

    http://www.nfl.com/teams/story/TEN/9697978

    I just heard (on NBC during half of Sunday night game) that he had as many as 30 stitchs just under his eye. Cris Collinsworth is also recommending criminal charges be pressed against him. Do you think that police should envolve themselves into matters that happen on the field??

    Personally, I feel that it was EXTREMLY deliberate and very much uncalled for. Every if this was a TECH player that did this, I would ask for a suspension for the rest of the year. It was dispicable and trashy. Peter King stated that he doesn't think that the NFL will do anymore than a $25K fine and NO suspension.

    Whatcha think??

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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    One more reason to stick with college ball.

    Since this thread calls for opinions, he should have been escorted from the stadium in handcuffs. A lot of what goes on on the football field would get you arrested if you did it on the street, but that kind of violence crosses ALL the lines. That had nothing at all to do with the game or playing tough or whatever, that was criminal assault, period.
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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    Quote Originally Posted by DocMarvin362 View Post
    Anybody care to comment on the incident that occured during the game??

    http://www.nfl.com/teams/story/TEN/9697978

    I just heard (on NBC during half of Sunday night game) that he had as many as 30 stitchs just under his eye. Cris Collinsworth is also recommending criminal charges be pressed against him. Do you think that police should envolve themselves into matters that happen on the field??

    Personally, I feel that it was EXTREMLY deliberate and very much uncalled for. Every if this was a TECH player that did this, I would ask for a suspension for the rest of the year. It was dispicable and trashy. Peter King stated that he doesn't think that the NFL will do anymore than a $25K fine and NO suspension.

    Whatcha think??

    25 grand to these guys is like 10 bucks to us. they need to suspend him the rest of the year w/out pay and give his salary to a charity. He also needs his ass kicked.
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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    I saw an interview with him after the game, he seemed genuinely sorry and felt he embarrased his family name, I think it was one of those heat of the moment things. But, he should still be fined and suspended for about 6 or 8 games.

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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    This isn't his first incident.

    Kick his sorry ass out of the league. VaTech kicked Vick off the team for a similar infraction, except in that case the other guy actually had his helmet on.

    This is inexcusable.

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    I say kick him out for 1 year without pay. During that year he or the team can pay for his own anger management counselling. He could have blinded or killed the other guy.

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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    Well it looks like he got 5 games, and "fined" almost 1/2 million. (by "fined" I mean that they aren't fining him, but he just won't get paid while suspended) Was that enough??

    I thought that anything over 3 games up to the rest of the year would be ok. Of course I thought that he would have gotten a REALY fine to go along with the suspension though.

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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    I think his check should be sent to the guy he stepped on...of course, that punishes the organization and no the crazy huge guy. I know it's unprecedented for an on the field incident, but it doesn't seem that bad to me. I hope the suspension comes with a heavy warning that if he does it again, he's out for life.

    I bet ole Romo didn't think he should be fined at all.
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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    I think criminal charges should also be filed. And then a civil suit. There should be a huge penalty for that. These men are roll models for young children and to have that kind of unsportsman like conduct is unecceptable. It is one thing to have a late hit. It is one thing to start shoving. It is one thing to throw a punch. All of which have increasing penalty for doing so. It is completley different to step on a man's face as he is lying on the ground.

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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    Quote Originally Posted by LITEMAN View Post
    It is completley different to step on a man's face as he is lying on the ground.
    That's not even legal in UFC!

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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    Quote Originally Posted by Rooster View Post
    25 grand to these guys is like 10 bucks to us. they need to suspend him the rest of the year w/out pay and give his salary to a charity. He also needs his ass kicked.

    I dont know who is going to kick Haynesworth's ass, but I am not volunteering. Besides the fact of a psycho temper, the guy is like 6 6 320. Anyway, I think the suspension was okay, I would it rather have been for the whole year. But here is what is horse crap about this, the NFL wants to send a clear message that this will not be tolerated on the field and that is great. But what about all of the idiots (Chris Henry, etc.) that get arrested continually off the field and dont even get suspended. What message is the NFL sending here? It is okay to do things like this off the field, just not on? Odell Thurman only got suspended because he was breakign substance abuse rules. If he would have kicked someone in the face at a bar, the NFL would have probably never done anything about it.

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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    Quote Originally Posted by dhussdawg View Post
    I dont know who is going to kick Haynesworth's ass, but I am not volunteering. Besides the fact of a psycho temper, the guy is like 6 6 320. Anyway, I think the suspension was okay, I would it rather have been for the whole year. But here is what is horse crap about this, the NFL wants to send a clear message that this will not be tolerated on the field and that is great. But what about all of the idiots (Chris Henry, etc.) that get arrested continually off the field and dont even get suspended. What message is the NFL sending here? It is okay to do things like this off the field, just not on? Odell Thurman only got suspended because he was breakign substance abuse rules. If he would have kicked someone in the face at a bar, the NFL would have probably never done anything about it.
    Good point, but then again, they ask that the Law Enforcement agencies not come onto their turf and arrest people for on field incidents. They wish to deal with things on their own.

    It kinda sounds like it's a one or the other type thing.... like the NFL isn't going to punish someone for one "crime" that Law Enforcement is going to punish them for.

    I hit my sister plenty of times when we were growing up. I'm glad that my parents kept things in the house and didn't call the cops on me.

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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    Quote Originally Posted by DocMarvin362 View Post
    Good point, but then again, they ask that the Law Enforcement agencies not come onto their turf and arrest people for on field incidents. They wish to deal with things on their own.

    It kinda sounds like it's a one or the other type thing.... like the NFL isn't going to punish someone for one "crime" that Law Enforcement is going to punish them for.

    I hit my sister plenty of times when we were growing up. I'm glad that my parents kept things in the house and didn't call the cops on me.
    Well Doc, all I have to say is that if I got arrested for doing something stupid at work or outside of work, I am sure that my employer would punish me either way. I dont think as an accountant, I could go out to a bar, get in fights, and get arrested, and I never hear from my employer. I am sure I would get fired within the week for making the company look bad. Of course, the NFL would never fire any of these guys, but they should punish them.

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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    Man, after reading the title of this thread, I clicked, expecting to see some pix that would put The Best Thread ever to shame, then found you guys just discussing the face stomping incident.


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    Re: Cowgirls/Tittens

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian96 View Post
    One more reason to stick with college ball.
    What makes you think that college ball is so much more cleaner than the pros. Here's one incident that happened last week that wasn't as bad, but the referee actually threw his flag and then they said there was no penalty on the play. It was when the Oregon Duck player Donte Rosario jumpkicked a Cal player.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWn6uQ2eLqw

    I think the pros get all the bad pub because they get paid. Also, they give kids all this money and no responsibility. How about when that backup punter a few weeks ago stabbed the starting punters kicking leg? The pros might be worse, but college football isn't perfect either.

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