Steelers Six From Around The Web – Wednesday October 20th – The Hits Keep Coming Edition

Steelers linebacker James Harrison believes the crackdown on hits by the NFL is cramping his style and claimed Tuesday night that he might consider retirement. God I hope not.

NFL Executive VP of Football Operations Ray Anderson reveals the NFL\’s plan going forward to further enforce player-safety rules in regards to hits last night on the NFL Network.

Mike Mayock, Sterling Sharpe and Solomon Wilcots break down the hits around the NFL this weekend including the two hits by James Harrison.

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Jim Mora Jr. and Charles Davis try to demonstrate the difference between a legal and an illegal hit on NFL total Access.

About the only good thing that came out of Monday night football was the post game debate between Steve Young , Matt Millen and Trent Dilfer on the rules about hitting. I really for once side with Millen.

Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward was interviewed on the Michael Irvin Show with Kevin Kiley Monday to discuss the return of Ben Roethlisberger and the upcoming game against the Miami Dolphins.

  • steeler junkey

    I have to side with Debo on this one. Depending on how slow you watch the hit. Debo slowes up,almost comes to a stop; good. Debo sticks out for arms towards chest area; good. WR sees Debo and trys to drop down to late, Debo’s forarms hit higher than he wanted them to; bad. Debo actually partially misses target, causing him to fall forwards looking like he launched at target; bad.
    The only thing I see that Debo did that made it look bad was using his forarms.

  • Tim

    I’ve been hanging on by a thread ever since they put skirts on the QBs.
    Now this?
    Think I’m going to check out Austrailian Rules. NFL SUCKS.

    The fans (customers!) mean nothing to them!