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Lions expect big fines from Bears game

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Following the Bears’ beatdown of the Lions on Sunday, we noted that a whole lot of players should expect to get fined after a chippy game. In the Lions’ locker room on Monday, several Detroit players said they agree with that assessment.

I can imagine some people will have some $20,000 fines,” Lions linebacker Justin Durant told MLive.com.

The biggest fines are likely to stem from a fight that broke out when Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford threw Bears defensive back D.J. Moore to the ground, only to have Moore get up and run head-first into Stafford. That set off a fight that included several players on both teams, including some who appeared to leave the sideline to get into the fracas, which is viewed as a major no-no by the league office. Lions receiver Nate Burleson said he’s sure fines are coming for that.

“There’s going to be some guys getting fined,” Burleson said. “If you go out there and throw some blows, you got to expect that FedEx letter in your locker.”

We’ll find out later in the week how many players got those FedEx letters.

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  1. troybulletinboard says: Nov 15, 2011 12:25 PM

    Maybe the Lions should blame those cheap shots on the wind too. Oooh our nasty Chicago wind, stirring up all sorts of trouble for these poor innocent Lions, they just wanna play the game they love, guys!! :(

  2. nfldtw says: Nov 15, 2011 12:26 PM

    Here we go again… “The Lions are dirty” ” I used to like them now I hope they lose every game”

    People love underdogs but then when success hits everyone wants to take shots. As a Lions fan do I feel they are dirty, not really. Do they push the limits, talk to much and need to focus on winning football… Absolutely. I will tell you this though, our franchise has made tremendous strides and will be a force to reckon with in the future.

    So please continue to call my team dirty its much better than 0-16, Joey Harrington, Jon Kitna and the rest of the I’ve had awful football I’ve to endure the last 10-15 years.

  3. primetime0552 says: Nov 15, 2011 12:28 PM

    I’m sure the bears are expecting fines as well. Peppers clothsline, Briggs helmet to helmet, harris for spearing stafford(even though stafford was a punk on the play.) You can’t mention any of those though. That would go against the media making the Lions as the dirtiest team in the league. As a Lions fans I thought the Briggs hit was great. That’s how football should be played. I don’t think he deliberately went the the head of CJ. Wish the game would’ve been closer, but bother defenses played great! The chippiness is what you expect from rivalry games.

  4. mvp43 says: Nov 15, 2011 12:28 PM

    The more I watch the Lions, the more I dislike them. Its one thing to be a “tough” team and play hard and all that……..I respect that. But they clearly have an agenda to play dirty and that rubs me the wrong way.

    Schwartz is sending the wrong message to his team. The message should be to play through the whistle and that’s it. They clearly want a bad rep and that’s the problem. They are only the Paper Lions.

  5. slatetundra07 says: Nov 15, 2011 12:29 PM

    Lions with their paws up. “Dirty?! Who us?! No!”

  6. whitecastleisafoodgroup says: Nov 15, 2011 12:30 PM

    Fairly & Briggs will get nailed for around $10,000 each. Fairly’s hit was dirty as he drove Cutler in the dirt. Two years ago Briggs’ hit would’ve been legal. Oh well, cheaper than a Lamborghini!

  7. reverend5150 says: Nov 15, 2011 12:31 PM

    Enough about Peppers’ clothesline….watch the replay, Megatron was carrying the ball up high, Julius hit the ball, the ball popped out.

  8. marvinharrison88 says: Nov 15, 2011 12:31 PM

    That was inexcusable what Stafford did. You are getting blown out and you are frustrated. Take your loss like a man and re-group for next week,

  9. jhumbe says: Nov 15, 2011 12:31 PM

    Nothing new for the classless Lions with their lead-by-example coach. Teams are starting to take note of their play and I am sure Goodell will as well. For a team that hasn’t been to the playoffs in over a decade, it sure looks like they think they’ve already arrived.

    The problem is, their annual collapse has begun. The Bears and Giants will end up with wild cards and Dallas will win the NFC East.

  10. mgscott says: Nov 15, 2011 12:31 PM

    Lions will lose at least 3 or 4 more games and miss the playoffs. Dirtbags

  11. tampajoey says: Nov 15, 2011 12:31 PM

    The Lions are more concerned with playing dirty and their ‘image’ of being tough than winning games.

    Detroit Lions are ALL growl and NO Bite.

  12. nineroutsider says: Nov 15, 2011 12:31 PM

    Damn…wish I could have seen this game. The china doll slammed someone down…and didn’t hurt himself doing so, nice.

    It’s nice that they can brawl, but the Lions are quickly falling out of the race. Carolina should help them out, but with 2 against the Packers and on the road in Oakland and New Orleans, this team might miss the playoffs.

    So are Lions fans still talking big? So much for the undefeated Turkey Day showdown…

  13. jhumbe says: Nov 15, 2011 12:32 PM

    “Peppers clothsline, Briggs helmet to helmet, harris for spearing stafford(even though stafford was a punk on the play.) ”

    Briggs hit him with his shoulder and Megatron has come out and said himself it was a good, clean hit.

  14. jhumbe says: Nov 15, 2011 12:34 PM

    I wonder why Railo has gone unmentioned since the game was over Sunday. He was clearly going after guy’s knees late in the game, even after they were already engaged with another offensive lineman. That was as cheap as anything I saw out there.

  15. 1historian says: Nov 15, 2011 12:37 PM

    primtime0552 – your 12:28 – “Chippiness is what you expect from rivalry games.”

    True, and occasionally, like Sunday night, you get some laughs.

  16. wegonnadoitbaby says: Nov 15, 2011 12:37 PM

    After years of futility it’s a shame the Lion’s turnaround is consistently less of a story and their conduct and sportsmanship during and after games is becoming more and more THE story.

    I think people like aggressive play as a general rule, but aggressive play looks like dirty play when you are down by 21 points and you rip off the QB’s helmet, throw the smallest guy on the field down by grabbing him by his face-mask from behind, and purposely chop a players legs while he is engaged. Close game…and it’s the emotion of the moment….blowout…and the team looks like a bunch of poor sport cheap shot artists.

    The lions better find some emotional maturity, and that’s going to be hard with the coach they have. I sense a return to mediocrity if this team can’t find a way to win and lose in a respectful manner, and that’s to bad because it’s been a long time since people could actually talk about Detroit because of the talent and the product they have on the field.

  17. nineroutsider says: Nov 15, 2011 12:39 PM

    “People love underdogs but then when success hits everyone wants to take shots.”

    A 5 game winning streak isn’t exactly success. Maybe wait until your team clinches a playoff birth before calling them successful.

    Let’s work this out:

    Carolina – Win
    Packers – Loss
    Saints – Loss
    Vikings – Win
    Raiders – Loss
    Chargers – Loss
    Packers – Loss

    8-8 finish sounds about right…not hating on your “successful” team, just calling it as I see it.

  18. wrdtoyrmama says: Nov 15, 2011 12:42 PM

    Lions D wants a reputation.

    Only problem is they’re earning that reputation, and now Matt Stafford is starting to pay the price.

    And with Stafford being pretty brittle, that can’t be a good thing for the Lions TEAM.

    Schwartz needs to get his defense to calm down, or its going to cost the whole team eventually.

  19. paytonsghost34 says: Nov 15, 2011 12:43 PM

    I find it hilarious when people honestly believe that Peppers’ hit on Johnson was dirty, or that Briggs’ hit was helmet to helmet (he lead with his shoulder – those of you that need anatomy lessons).

    Note: The Bears aren’t the only team this year that have said the Lions are dirty. There’s a reason for the rep other than some fabricated media story.

    What will eventually stop the Riola’s of the World, Suh etc is some team getting mighty irritated and take liberties on Stafford/Johnson/Suh and they eventually end up seriously injured.

  20. gwahknows says: Nov 15, 2011 12:49 PM

    Maybe if Jim Schwartz wasn’t busy counting false start penalties on the opposing team or acting like a fist pumping child after wins, then perhaps he could try to actually coach a football team the right way.

  21. gallopingghost says: Nov 15, 2011 12:49 PM

    I love megatron as much as a Bears fan possibly can (fantasy), but if the league fines briggs for that hit it’s absolute BS. They already know there shouldn’t have been a flag.

    I watched it in replay, neither Briggs nor Calvin’s head are touched. Shoulders and arms from Briggs meet shoulder and chest of Megatron. Just because the big guy was actually layed out doesn’t mean it was a cheap hit… it means Briggs is that good.

  22. suhnami says: Nov 15, 2011 12:51 PM

    paytonsghost34 says: Nov 15, 2011 12:43 PM

    I find it hilarious when people honestly believe that Peppers’ hit on Johnson was dirty, or that Briggs’ hit was helmet to helmet (he lead with his shoulder – those of you that need anatomy lessons).

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    Peppers hit was just as dirty as Suh’s hit on Cutler…neither was going for the head but because of how calvin fell peppers arm ended up around his neck, and because of Cutler deciding like an idiot to not slide he gets tackled BACK into Suh resulting in Suh’s arm around his head when his tackle was intended as attempt to strip the ball.

    Neither hits necessarily “dirty” but both ended up likely on the “illegal” side of things.

    Oh yea and on Briggs…he didn’t hit Calvin helmet to helmet, he left his feet and went high on a defenseless receiver though which is a direct violation of the NFL rule against defenseless receivers.

    for those of you that need lessons on the rule book

  23. qcbearsfan says: Nov 15, 2011 12:53 PM

    primetime0552 says:
    Nov 15, 2011 12:28 PM
    I’m sure the bears are expecting fines as well. Peppers clothsline, Briggs helmet to helmet, harris for spearing stafford(even though stafford was a punk on the play.) You can’t mention any of those though. That would go against the media making the Lions as the dirtiest team in the league. As a Lions fans I thought the Briggs hit was great. That’s how football should be played. I don’t think he deliberately went the the head of CJ. Wish the game would’ve been closer, but bother defenses played great! The chippiness is what you expect from rivalry games.

    ___________________________________

    Ummm…you know we don’t have anybody on our roster named Harris, right? And you may want to watch the replay of Lance Briggs’ “helmet to helmet” contact on Megatron. That was as clean a hit as I’ve ever seen, he lead with the shoulder, and hit CJ in the shoulder.

  24. gridassassin says: Nov 15, 2011 12:55 PM

    I’m a Bears fan, and the game’s over, so let the NFL police do what they please (and they will….).

    I do wish these alleged ‘dirty’ defensive players on the Lions take out their frustration on Aaron Rodgers to bring parity back to the NFL. Pull off his legs like a turkey drumstick on Thanksgiving.

    JUST KIDDING! Have a happy Thanksgiving break NFL fans. :)

  25. Steelerbear78 says: Nov 15, 2011 12:56 PM

    @Primetime0552,

    Mayhap you didn’t see the Peppers hit. His hand clearly contacts the ball first. His arm then wraps around Johnson’s shoulder pad. Was it high? Sure. But it was legal. Or did you also fail to see the ref 3 yards away looking straight at them?

    Also the Lance Briggs hit was flagged and that was a legal shoulder to shoulder hit. I know all this is hard to swallow for some Lions fans but your team has a rep for being dirty for a reason. THEY ARE! Or are you also of the mind that Suh’s hits on Delhomme and Andy Dalton were legal?

    It’s good to see the Lions back to some sort of relevance in the NFC. Too bad they just can’t manage it without being dirty…..that’s right I said DIRTY. No media hype. It is what the cameras say it is. All that said I’m suprised lovie Smith was accosted by Jim schwarz after the game too.

  26. ndgarretjax says: Nov 15, 2011 1:06 PM

    Todd Haley wants the Bears to be fined for running up the score.

  27. snarkzilla says: Nov 15, 2011 1:08 PM

    >As a Lions fan do I feel they are dirty, not really.

    After the whistle helmet rip, Suh on Cutler’s head.

  28. metalhead65 says: Nov 15, 2011 1:14 PM

    talk about blind loyalty. did you lions fans bother to look at the the ‘cheap” shots by the bears? peppers has his arm across johnson’s chest and grabs his shoulder pads not his neck. clean play and with briggs shot he clearly used his shoulder. in the lions case there is no doubt what the intent was. you guys were exposed for the frauds you are by the bears who did not back down from your bush league play. the bears are not the only team that has called you on that this year and until the league decides to stop talking to you about it and does something they won’t be the last. win something first before you start talking and people might respect you.

  29. bischof21 says: Nov 15, 2011 1:20 PM

    I’m glad. I don’t want others to feel sympathy and like my team because they are some feel good story.

  30. tone360 says: Nov 15, 2011 1:27 PM

    The Briggs hit was clean and so was Peppers’ hit on Johnson. Stafford and Riaola (sp check) will get fined for sure. D.J Moore has a fine coming for retaliation.
    The lack of rushing yards was troubling for me. We have to be more successful in the rushing game.
    Any DET fans want a preview of what to expect from Nick Fairley, check Chris williams’ career… INJURED!
    Tillman probowl???

  31. mwojo586 says: Nov 15, 2011 1:30 PM

    I stand by it, You can see the same exact plays that happens in every lions game IN EVERY OTHER GAME IN THE LEAGUE!! Not that I care anymore, fans on message boards will continue to hop on other peoples bandwagons and say things they know nothing about. 6-3 my team stil currently has a winning record and that is really all that matters. Everyteam has bad games, fans just chose not to remembr them. Right New Orleans against STL?

  32. chocolatebaconbutter says: Nov 15, 2011 1:31 PM

    When asked, Ndamukong Suh insisted he doesn’t care what Brody Urlocker, and Jason Cutlery or any of the Chicago Grizzlies think about them.

  33. magnusantonius says: Nov 15, 2011 1:36 PM

    I’m a Lions Fan. Lions play dirty…Ok, the “Bad Boys” played dirty and won championships. Stafford tosses a Bears player down by the helmet because he’s frustrated and having a bad day…Ok, so what? I loved it… Fairley crushes Cutler, Loved it! Suh flicks his wrists and tosses O-linemen to the ground…cool! I love my defense and the “take no sh.t!” attitude. Some of the dirtiest players in NFL history are LEGENDS and CHAMPIONS. I say play dirty…as long as we win. The season is not over yet.

  34. rkolenda says: Nov 15, 2011 1:44 PM

    The Lions are 6-3.
    The Bears are 6-3.
    They are 1-1 against each other.
    This is football. It’s an intense game for both teams.

    Let’s keep this all in perspective and let this play out.

  35. johngaltwho says: Nov 15, 2011 1:46 PM

    Not a fan of either team but come on man… if you watched the game without fan eyes – the bears played rough, the lions played dirty. That aint hating, it sure as hell aint envy, its just the knowing the difference between solid hits during the course of play and cheap late pushes, ripping off helmets and throwing punches…

  36. paytonsghost34 says: Nov 15, 2011 1:51 PM

    Magnus:

    Nothing is wrong with playing dirty if that’s how you hope to win. The Pistons won championships playing that way till the rules were changed. Can you name another team, in any sport, that has? Yeah – I can’t.

    Saying that – the problem is the reputation they are building. Trust me when I tell you this – they continue to play that way football players retaliate against your best players. If you’re cool with China Doll, Suh, Megatron etc getting hit with a massive cheap shot in retaliation to the way they play.. more power to ya!

    BTW: The problem with your defense is other than the defensive line.. they’re very average. That doesn’t take into account the fact your QB still is making rookie mistakes, and the Lions have zero ground game (note: You don’t win anything with those weaknesses).

  37. winkeroni says: Nov 15, 2011 1:54 PM

    It will be interesting to see if Stafford is fined.

  38. easyeddie says: Nov 15, 2011 1:54 PM

    Newsflash for Bears fans: Your team’s on a short-term run and the Lions aren’t as good as billed earlier in the season. However: the Bears just aren’t that good either and would get crucified in the playoffs (as if they’ll make it). PS: Cutler is a girl and your coach’s name is Lovie. Be proud.

  39. rmc1995 says: Nov 15, 2011 1:56 PM

    People who believe the Lions are dirty need to make sure their kids don’t play football, um American football that is. I think some here may be confusing the two. For those who question the toughness of the Lions, I think you should be questioning the toughness of those who cry “dirty”. Really, do tough men or tough teams cry “dirty” when they get hit late, or get shed off a block by a QB?

  40. kaf39 says: Nov 15, 2011 1:58 PM

    lions are the dirtiest team in the NFL

  41. sakatak says: Nov 15, 2011 2:07 PM

    Question for Lion fans, would you rather beat the Packers on Thanksgiving day or make the playoffs.
    Thumbs up for beat Green Bay, thumbs down for make the playoffs.

  42. Steelerbear78 says: Nov 15, 2011 2:20 PM

    Magnus: Some of the dirtiest players NFL history were legends or champions. You actually have a point. Last I checked the Lions are neither. They still haven’t won the division title since they were the old NFC central. These Lions aren’t champions of anything and as dirty as Suh plays someone’s liable to take him out before he becomes a “legend”.

  43. jessethegreat says: Nov 15, 2011 2:23 PM

    How nice was it to see the Bears take the wind of their sales? Going to be even better when the Packers give them another swift kick in the backside on Thanksgiving to send them back to irrevelancy.

    Perhaps people will stop mumbling about Detroit and give a little more credit where it’s due to the Bears and Packers now.

  44. razsan says: Nov 15, 2011 2:28 PM

    Gosh you Bears fans are whiners…let it go…it’s football for crying out loud

  45. paytonsghost34 says: Nov 15, 2011 2:45 PM

    Easyeddie: They’ve just dominated two of the better offensive teams in football.

    Cutler is playing as responsible as he has his entire career, they have one of the best RB in football, their defensive line is dominating, they finally have stability at the safety position, and their offensive line has given up 5 sacks in the last four games against the Eagles/Lions/Vikings (pretty good defensive lines).

    You keep on believing this is just a “run” they are on. They have the Chargers, @OAK, KC, @ DEN, SEA, @ GB, @ MN. I see one, maybe two losses there. BTW: That puts them in the playoffs.

  46. paytonsghost34 says: Nov 15, 2011 2:47 PM

    Cutler’s missed one game his entire career as a starter – playing with Type 1 diabetes, and behind a brutal offensive line for the better part of 2 years. Yeah – total girl.

    At least “Lovie” wins football games and doesn’t start fights with other team’s coaches.

  47. hendeeze says: Nov 15, 2011 3:07 PM

    Schwartz wants to know if god will be fined for “the wind”

  48. buzzbissinger says: Nov 15, 2011 3:07 PM

    Member when players settled their beefs on the field and NOT on the internet and twitter? Member?

  49. shorttracknews says: Nov 15, 2011 3:38 PM

    mwojo586: The Saints did lose to the Rams, only difference is the Saints will still make the playoffs and the Lions won’t.
    EasyEddie: Where you even alive the last time the Lions made the playoffs?

    You guys are laughable that the Lions aren’t dirty. Go watch Suh tackle Jake Delhomme on Youtube

    Go watch Nick Fairley play against Georgia and QB Aaron Murray in college and all the flags he got in that game

  50. leofan1234 says: Nov 15, 2011 4:00 PM

    mwojo586 says:
    Nov 15, 2011 1:30 PM
    I stand by it, You can see the same exact plays that happens in every lions game IN EVERY OTHER GAME IN THE LEAGUE!! Not that I care anymore, fans on message boards will continue to hop on other peoples bandwagons and say things they know nothing about. 6-3 my team stil currently has a winning record and that is really all that matters. Everyteam has bad games, fans just chose not to remembr them. Right New Orleans against STL?
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    THANK YOU!!!

    I am not going to get into the argument, but the fact remains that other teams do these ‘dirty’ plays, in every game. The only difference is that now that the Lions are labled ‘dirty’ everyone has a magnifying glass out on every play and pointing out every.single play. I shouted ‘dirty player’ several times in many games on Sunday, yet I don’t see their names listed today.

    Its easy to see things when you are specifically looking for them.

    The Lions might be mediocre, but they are improving and we are no longer the laughing stock of the league, and guess what?? Here you are talking about them even though you try to say they are irrelevant. interesting….

  51. west4420 says: Nov 15, 2011 4:00 PM

    primetime0552 says:
    Nov 15, 2011 12:28 PM
    I’m sure the bears are expecting fines as well. Peppers clothsline, Briggs helmet to helmet, harris for spearing stafford(even though stafford was a punk on the play.) You can’t mention any of those though. That would go against the media making the Lions as the dirtiest team in the league

    DUMBEST COMMENT OF TODAY.

    Dude, Peppers grabbed Johnson by the shoulders and not the neck or helmet (no penalty), Briggs hit was all shoulder (invest in TiVo you poor sumbich), Harris is not on our team he’s on yours.

    Oh my god i can’t believe you can vote.

  52. beedubyatoo says: Nov 15, 2011 4:01 PM

    The problem is, their annual collapse has begun. The Bears and Giants will end up with wild cards and Dallas will win the NFC East

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    And they’ll all lose to the Packers.

  53. centralchamps says: Nov 15, 2011 4:29 PM

    jhumbe says:
    Nov 15, 2011 12:31 PM
    Nothing new for the classless Lions with their lead-by-example coach. Teams are starting to take note of their play and I am sure Goodell will as well. For a team that hasn’t been to the playoffs in over a decade, it sure looks like they think they’ve already arrived.

    The problem is, their annual collapse has begun. The Bears and Giants will end up with wild cards and Dallas will win the NFC East.

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    Annual collapse???? Have you watched football in the last 10 years? you have to be good to start with to “collapse” Anyway… GO LIONS!!

  54. briank1ne says: Nov 15, 2011 4:29 PM

    something tells me harbaugh knew this guy schwartz was a fartknocker all along..lol I read in an article that schwartz said that stafford shouldnt be fined.

    Good for harbaugh putting this guy in his place before the whole world knew he was a little cry baby. I hope the niners see them in the playoffs and whip them again.

  55. easyeddie says: Nov 15, 2011 4:59 PM

    shorttracknews says: Nov 15, 2011 3:38 PM

    EasyEddie: Where you even alive the last time the Lions made the playoffs?
    ———————————–

    Born in 1960, so yes I was around then.

  56. liltmac2003 says: Nov 15, 2011 5:40 PM

    As a Bears fan, I like when the Lions lose. That’s completely different than hating them because they are dirty. But after our last game, I honestly and truly believe they do play dirty.

    Suh’s hit on Cutler from behind when his helmet flew off, I don’t consider that dirty. It was just a quick fast play by the big guy. Same with Briggs on Megatron. That was a good hard tackle.

    But I’ll tell you what WAS dirty. In the 4th quarter with your team down by 30, one of the offensive linemen went helmet first directly into the knees of one of our defensive linemen. He wasn’t trying to win the game for the Lions, no, he was trying to injure a player of the opposing team.

    There was this other play when Cutler had already completed the pass and Suh came from the blindside and completely shoved Cutler to the floor a good 2-3 seconds after the ball got out of hands.

    When Suh had that meeting with the commish, I really thought he was just “too strong” as he says, but after the game, he is strong but definitely plays dirty.

  57. magnusantonius says: Nov 15, 2011 5:41 PM

    Ask yourself this…would you want Suh on your team? If your answer is no…you’re a fool! I wish the other 10 guys on my Lions D were as good and had the same attitude.

  58. comeonnowguys says: Nov 16, 2011 9:29 AM

    When Suh tosses around much smaller QBs after the whistle, “he’s just too strong, that’s all.”

    When Optimus Prime takes down Megatron with one armbar to the chest, hitting ball first, “it’s a dirty play.”

    Not sure I get that.

  59. ncjjdix says: Nov 16, 2011 11:53 AM

    Note to Suh…. Play clean to get respect…and Dont disrespect Urlacher and Cutler…been playing longer and been more successful!!!

  60. chatttty says: Nov 16, 2011 5:43 PM

    Cutler’s missed one game his entire career as a starter – playing with Type 1 diabetes, and behind a brutal offensive line for the better part of 2 years. Yeah – total girl.
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    oh yeah the nfc title game when he had a “knee” injury

  61. frank booth says: Nov 16, 2011 8:08 PM

    chatttty says:
    Nov 16, 2011 5:43 PM
    Cutler’s missed one game his entire career as a starter – playing with Type 1 diabetes, and behind a brutal offensive line for the better part of 2 years. Yeah – total girl.
    ———————————————————-

    oh yeah the nfc title game when he had a “knee” injury

    ===================================

    Yep- it was a knee injury. You’re quite astute- it was a grade II tear of the MCL, and it was the coaches and medical staff that held him out of the game. Rather hard to plant or turn with a torn MCL- but you already knew that.

  62. 2wheels2many says: Nov 16, 2011 8:42 PM

    Dirty? Calm down there fellas. It’s football. Buy into the media spoonfeeding you stories and what to think there Chicago fans. Absolutely laughable.
    I agree, the Fairly late hit was dirty, but the whole team? All the time? Watch the game, note how many players on both sides of the ball helped the opposing team up. It’s football. Plain and simple. On a side note, Stafford did act like a chump, win and lose with some class Matt and quit quit shaking your head and whining……..you’re starting to look like a certain QB from the Whiney City. Move on.

  63. 2wheels2many says: Nov 16, 2011 8:44 PM

    And watch raiola, he was cutting before the clown peterman engaged.

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