NFL must explain why Michael Bennett faced no discipline

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When the NFL fines or suspends a player, it issues a statement about what the player did to draw the fine or suspension. This week, the NFL needs to issue a statement to explain what a player did to avoid a fine or suspension.

The player in question is Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett, who was flagged for taking a shot at Jaguars center Brandon Linder‘s knee late in Seattle’s loss at Jacksonville on Sunday. It was Bennett who started an ugly chain of events that saw players on both teams flagged for personal fouls, two Seahawks ejected, and the potential for a crowd-control nightmare when Jaguars fans threw objects at Seattle’s Quinton Jefferson and Jefferson tried to go into the stands to confront them.

So why did Bennett, who started it all, get off scot-free?

NFL Media reported that the league bought Bennett’s explanation, as relayed by Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, that Bennett was just trying to swipe the ball as Linder snapped it to Blake Bortles for the kneeldown at the end of the game.

That explanation is preposterous, and if the NFL actually accepted that explanation, then the NFL needs to say so — if for no other reason than so that the rest of us can understand, once and for all, that the people at the league office simply don’t know what they’re doing when it comes to finding any fair, reasonable and consistent standard for player discipline.

Bennett may have been initially attempting to swipe the ball the instant Linder snapped it to Bortles. But that doesn’t explain why Bennett then continued rolling into Linder’s knee, long after Bortles had taken the snap and kneeled down, as Linder attempted to get away from Bennett to protect himself from injury.

Two officials were standing on either side of Bennett as he rolled into Linder, and both of them threw their flags. If the NFL thinks Bennett was just trying to swipe the ball, then the NFL needs to explain what those two officials were looking at when they threw their flags.

The NFL also apparently thinks commentator Daryl Johnston was hallucinating when he described what Bennett did while FOX showed a replay. Johnston, a former NFL fullback who knows the difference between dirty play and clean play, was outraged as he described what Bennett was doing.

“Michael Bennett rolling into Brandon Linder — that’s what started everything, right there,” Johnston said. “And then he comes back and hits him again. So this tape is gonna be reviewed by the NFL. They didn’t get Michael Bennett out of the game. I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s something from the league that comes down on Michael Bennett because that’s disrespect to an opponent on the field. There’s no place in this game for that.”

You know who else thinks it’s dirty to go after an opponent’s knee? Michael Bennett. Last year, after Bennett took a shot to the knee in a game against the Falcons, he was furious about it.

“Honestly, I think if you dive at someone else’s legs, you’re a little [expletive],” Bennett said. “If you are big in the NFL, you just line up and play — why you got to cut someone on the [expletive] play? I mean, I don’t know. That [expletive] is just stupid to me. Why cut somebody when you can just line up and win? I don’t know. I don’t come off the ball jumping at offensive linemen’s legs.’’

But now we know that Bennett does come off the ball jumping at offensive linemen’s legs. And the NFL lets him get away with it. The league needs to explain why.

107 responses to “NFL must explain why Michael Bennett faced no discipline

  1. The league is gutless and afraid of the outspoken Bennett. They know he’ll bring race into this and it’s a headache they don’t want to deal with.
    He should have been suspended a minimum 1 game and a hefty fine. But we know with the NFL, logic went out the window a long time ago.

  2. The Sea Gulls are Goodell’s favorite team They won their first and only SB because the outcome was rigged by the League not enforcing defensive holding.

  3. Maybe they didn’t fine or suspend Bennett because he’s up for “Man of the Year”. In the NFL’s mind, it’s not a good look when they have to discipline one of their supposed 32 best role models. One would think Russell Wilson might have been a better choice for the Seahawks.

  4. In other words, everyone except the NFL and a some delusional Seahawks fans think he should have been suspended. Did the NFL even bother to watch the tape or did they just listen to Pete Carroll and decide to accept his BS excuse. Or maybe they didn’t want to suspend him because this coming game is important. Either way it’s ridiculous. And Bennett comes off looking like a dirty player, especially given the remarks he made last year. I guess it’s OK for Bennett to do that. He thinks he can do whatever he wants and when there are repercussions he claims it’s social injustice.

  5. Multiple reasons why they did nothing. They don’t want to draw attention to a man of the year candidate. They also don’t want him falsely again using the race card. And mainly it’s the jags and it’s a league preferred team, hence no suspension for fouls against them, see mma fighter aj green.
    I would love a sports TV network to do breakdown of the inconsistent punishment the league hands out but they wont. Maybe tell them lavar ball is involved.

  6. Meanwhile, Brian Robison of the Vikings was fined over $6,000 for a uniform violation because his undershirt was showing. To summarize, Michael Bennett goes after a center’s knee and causes a huge skirmish but is not fined or suspended, but part of Robison’s undershirt is showing and he’s given a fine. Apparently undershirts are WAY more important than player safety. Way to get your priorities right NFL!

  7. They’re not explaining because there is no rationale explanation other than the league knows they’re playing the Rams this week and it needs the ratings.

  8. i can only hope that this picks up steam and ends with the exoneration of the lvpd officers who he falsely accused of improper arrest.

    just mind boggling a guy openly lies about being racially profiled and threatened with extra judicial violence (source for former, his lawyer, source for latter, the tape of his arrest) and it’s still referred to as if he was the victim of injustice.

    understand Disney much prefers the story about how even millionaire athletes aren’t safe from police brutality …

    … but now there is a reallllly good story about what a two-faced liar he is, all on tape all public, that has the added juiciness of “how has the entire media missed this?”

  9. Expecting fairness and consistency from the “League office” is ridiculous under Goodell’s stewardship. The league has become a bloated caricature of special interests, favoritism and idiotic attempts to please special interests (just ask Jerry Jones). Bennett should have been suspended – only Seattle apologists believe otherwise – but a suspension would interfere with the Seahawks push for the playoffs with Russell Wilson the MVP and Bennett the “Man of the Year” (a farce if it happens). The players will soon impose their judgment, however … and Bennett will whine about the knee injuries he suffers.

  10. Because Bennett will cry racism as soon as anyone says anything negative about him, and the NFL doesn’t want that headache. Imagine his outrage if someone took a dive at his knees in garbage time, he’d act like the world was ending. Gigantic baby.

  11. It’s 60 minutes of football. Even though tradition says you respect a kneel down it’s a football play and you protect yourself. Nothing REQUIRES the other team to go along.

    Greg Schiano

  12. ROFL… a collection of Seahawk haters. Watch the film. He was going for the ball.

    Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.

  13. All of this talk about player discipline has overwhelmed the game itself. It really is a drag on everything that makes the game interesting. I wish disciplinary decisions when it comes to fines was private. Can anyone remember anyone in the 80s, 90s, or 00s being suspended for any on-field conduct? In a way, discipline creates its own drama, but it’s not any buzz worth listening to.

  14. The league has sent a clear message. Trying to attack fans is not conduct detrimental to the league.

  15. dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:30 am
    ROFL… a collection of Seahawk haters. Watch the film. He was going for the ball.

    Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.

    ———-

    Really? Just when did the Seahawks embarrass my Patriots?

  16. After reading some of the comments, it’s clear that the NFL is using something other than the tape or actions to fine and suspend players.
    We sure would like to know what it is.
    Afraid of the racism charge?
    Favorite teams?
    Favorite players?
    It is very stupid that a tee shirt draws a fine, but a clear attempt to injure doesn’t.

  17. I get more confused by the NFL’s actions with almost every decision. The system of fines is weird, the compensation formula is weird, the application of discipline is uneven at best and appears to favor the league’s stars (except Tom Brady who got a 4 game suspension, a huge fine and team’s loss of a #1 pick for an unproven offense).

    Every week is a new drama with a questionable NFL decision.

  18. Bennett is a fraud. A pathological liar just like his brother.

    On another note: The NFL has no idea what they are doing when it comes to discipline. The NFL is gutless. They should adopt an NHL approach where they release a video that explains the exact reasoning behind discipline.

  19. dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:30 am
    ROFL… a collection of Seahawk haters. Watch the film. He was going for the ball.

    Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.
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    Watched the replay yet again to be sure. Its clear, the ball was snapped and no longer there to swipe at before Bennett even made a move. It was then downed by the qb, the play over. And there is Bennett going after knees. Thats not Seahawk love or hate, thats simply what the video shows.

    Gronk got a game for intentional attempt to injure after a play. Bennett did the same so he should have gotten the same. (Arguably both should have gotten more but at the least the penalties should have been equal)

  20. The NFL continues to break their revenue records every year. They know what they’re doing. Look at us. We’re talking about football 24/7. The NFL has complete control over our minds and our wallets. I have no problem with that. I love NFL football. I actually like the action on the field because I grew up around football and understand the game, but a lot of us gravitate toward this kind of thing where we feel like we have a legit opinion on some of the other non football related stuff. There’s enough to go around for all of us..

  21. Unfortunately Michael Bennett has a history of intent to injure players, lie about actual fact with law enforcement but the NFL has failed miserably when it comes to disaplinary actions against the Seahawks players and coaches.
    Trying to swipe at the ball is a sign of a sore loser, rolling onto a players legs is an intent to injure.
    He needs to realize the racial defence will not work in the NFL.

  22. This week, when Bennett grabs Goff’s facemask and twists his head 360 degrees:
    Pete Carrol, “Goff stuck his facemask into Bennett’s hand and would not let go. He was just trying to cause a fumble.”
    NFL, “We agree with Petey about the incident.”

  23. Pete Carroll is the biggest phony in the NFL. I wouldn’t trust that guy if my life depended on it. Since Jim Harbaugh left the NFL, Carroll is the biggest whiner there is at HC. He complains constantly to the officials while he runs up and down the sidelines chomping on his chewing gum. And no matter what his players do, he always defends them with a straight face, even though it’s obvious he’s lying.
    Carroll stuck it to the kids he left behind at USC and gets no criticism for it. All you hear from these gutless announcers and commentators is how great of a head coach he is and what a great guy he is. He sure didn’t look like a great coach when he called that stupid pass in the Super Bowl which Russell Wilson had picked off and gave the Patriots another Lombardi Trophy, when all he had to do was hand the ball to Marshawn Lynch and win the game.
    Carroll showed what kind of man he is when he made the choke sign and mouthed the word “choke” when he was Jets HC and the Dolphins Pete Stoyanovich was about to kick an extra point to tie the game. Stoyanovich missed the kick but the Dolphins won the game anyway to rub some egg in Carroll’s face. I loved it than and I still love it now. There is no HC I want to see lose more than Pete Carroll.

  24. This is a guy who lied to create a hate-crime against the police.
    He is the modern-face of the NFL — divisive, duplicitous, disrespectful and dumb.

    Best comment… ever.

  25. nhpats says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:39 am
    dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:30 am
    ROFL… a collection of Seahawk haters. Watch the film. He was going for the ball.

    Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.

    ———-

    Really? Just when did the Seahawks embarrass my Patriots?
    ————————-
    You mad Bro? Does that give you a hint?

  26. Another first down says:
    December 16, 2017 at 9:06 am
    dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:30 am
    ROFL… a collection of Seahawk haters. Watch the film. He was going for the ball.

    Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.
    —————————
    Watched the replay yet again to be sure. Its clear, the ball was snapped and no longer there to swipe at before Bennett even made a move. It was then downed by the qb, the play over. And there is Bennett going after knees. Thats not Seahawk love or hate, thats simply what the video shows.

    Gronk got a game for intentional attempt to injure after a play. Bennett did the same so he should have gotten the same. (Arguably both should have gotten more but at the least the penalties should have been equal)
    ——————
    Lying about what you see on film doesn’t help your cause.

  27. realpatsfan says:
    December 16, 2017 at 9:12 am
    Unfortunately Michael Bennett has a history of intent to injure players, lie about actual fact with law enforcement but the NFL has failed miserably when it comes to disaplinary actions against the Seahawks players and coaches.
    Trying to swipe at the ball is a sign of a sore loser, rolling onto a players legs is an intent to injure.
    He needs to realize the racial defence will not work in the NFL.
    ——————–
    Really? do tell of this fictional history of Bennet trying to injure players…

  28. Good article. Ask many players and they would rather take a head shot than risk a severe lower leg injury. So a suspension or fine is a no brainer. Trying to swipe the snap is for 8 year olds in the back yard.

  29. dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:30 am
    ROFL… a collection of Seahawk haters. Watch the film. He was going for the ball.

    Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.
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    The biggest embarrassment that I’ve seen on the field in recent memory was the biggest choke in Superbowl history, when the beloved Russell Wilson threw a pick at the goal line when a simply handoff to Lynch would’ve put the game away. And the behavior of the Seahawk defense after the TO was icing on the cake.

    Be ready for a quick exit from the playoffs this year, if you guys even get there.

  30. The NFL didn’t want to further dilute one of their marquee match ups this week. If the Seahawks were playing the Browns, he would’ve been suspended.

  31. Very good post. The NFL owes everyone a thorough explanation, especially all the players that have been fined and suspended this season. I won’t hold my breath though — the ineptitude of the NFL leadership is shocking.

  32. I think the NFL should release 1,696 reports each week detailing why every and every player faced discipline or did not. Then they can start on the coaching staff reports. That would be fun.

  33. “Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.”

    I’m a fan of a team that just embarrassed the Seahawks by kicking their asses, picking off Russell Wilson three times, still getting sacks on him despite clear holding that wasn’t being called, and only letting the game be close because of a couple of bad coverages, all while having Blake Bortles throwing to two rookies who are #4 and #5 on the team’s depth chart, and an offensive line that fans of the team had no faith in coming into the season.

    And I call it like it is: Michael Bennett was not going for the ball. He was trying to hurt Brandon Linder. Even if you claim he was first going for the ball, he then rolled onto Linder’s knees when the ball was nowhere near Linder, knocked Linder down, and shoved him into the ground. He was trying to hurt Linder. He’s a disgusting person who sets out to hurt people and whines and moans if anyone even thinks of using his own tactics on him.

  34. For some reason the Sea Chickens have been placed in one of the elite status groups aka Pittsburgh , Dallas “fading fast” New England and of course their perennial fav GB.

  35. NFL Media reported that the league bought Bennett’s explanation, as relayed by Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, that Bennett was just trying to swipe the ball as Linder snapped it to Blake Bortles for the kneeldown at the end of the game.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~
    So this is where we are at now? The excuse for not suspending a player for a dirty play is that he was attempting to execute an illegal play. Really?

    ARTICLE 3. ENCROACHMENT. It is Encroachment if a defensive player enters the neutral zone and contacts an offensive player or the ball prior to the snap, or if he interferes with the ball during the snap. The play is dead immediately.

    I think the reason he was not suspended is either because he is a MotY candidate (LOL) or because he is delusional and vocal and might have turned it into some ridiculous racial thing as he has done in the past.

  36. dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 10:05 am
    nhpats says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:39 am
    dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:30 am
    ROFL… a collection of Seahawk haters. Watch the film. He was going for the ball.

    Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.

    ———-

    Really? Just when did the Seahawks embarrass my Patriots?
    ————————-
    You mad Bro? Does that give you a hint?

    ————-

    No……but then again the team I support has won five SBs this millennium…..

    Nice 1-year dynasty you 12s had there!

  37. c2excellence says:
    December 16, 2017 at 10:29 am
    Good article. Ask many players and they would rather take a head shot than risk a severe lower leg injury. So a suspension or fine is a no brainer. Trying to swipe the snap is for 8 year olds in the back yard.
    ——————
    I agree. Fans that think Bennett should be suspended have no brains.

  38. harrisbarton says:
    December 16, 2017 at 10:30 am
    dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:30 am
    ROFL… a collection of Seahawk haters. Watch the film. He was going for the ball.

    Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.
    ——————————————————————————————–
    The biggest embarrassment that I’ve seen on the field in recent memory was the biggest choke in Superbowl history, when the beloved Russell Wilson threw a pick at the goal line when a simply handoff to Lynch would’ve put the game away. And the behavior of the Seahawk defense after the TO was icing on the cake.

    Be ready for a quick exit from the playoffs this year, if you guys even get there.
    *******************************
    No guarantee that Lynch would have scored. He had been stopped on short yardage several times. Lynch was great when he could break a long run.

    The funniest thing is that if the pass play was successful, it would have gone down as a genius play.

  39. dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 10:05 am
    You mad Bro? Does that give you a hint?
    ________________________________________

    We all know who ended up mad little bro. Go back and watch the same dbag behavior at the end of that SB.

  40. kaptingavrin says:
    I’m a fan of a team that just embarrassed the Seahawks by kicking their asses, picking off Russell Wilson three times, still getting sacks on him despite clear holding that wasn’t being called, and only letting the game be close because of a couple of bad coverages, all while having Blake Bortles throwing to two rookies who are #4 and #5 on the team’s depth chart, and an offensive line that fans of the team had no faith in coming into the season.

    And I call it like it is: Michael Bennett was not going for the ball. He was trying to hurt Brandon Linder. Even if you claim he was first going for the ball, he then rolled onto Linder’s knees when the ball was nowhere near Linder, knocked Linder down, and shoved him into the ground. He was trying to hurt Linder. He’s a disgusting person who sets out to hurt people and whines and moans if anyone even thinks of using his own tactics on him.
    *************************
    Really? A 6 point loss is an embarrassment? I guess the Jag losses to the Rams and Titans must have been enough for the Jags to be put on suicide watch.

    Fans will see what they want to see. The analysts from the NFL, The broadcasters and nearly every other “analyst” say that you are wrong.

    I’ll believe disinterested parties over football fans anyday.

  41. Be ready for a quick exit from the playoffs this year, if you guys even get there.
    ———

    Nostradamus with the unique and creative comment. Seattle is a mash unit out there. frankly it’s amazing that they’re still in the position they are. No running game. No offensive line. half the superstars on defense are out for the year.

    And yet…all they have to do is win out and they win the division.

    All because of Russell Wilson.

  42. Michael Bennett is a fraud and a dirty player. The NFL gets what it deserves having extended Goodell’s contract. Viewership under Goodell is hemorrhaging. NFL will never figure the fans know Goodell’s management team never does the right thing, he does what the owners want.

  43. charliecharger says:
    December 16, 2017 at 9:07 am
    The NFL continues to break their revenue records every year. They know what they’re doing. Look at us. We’re talking about football 24/7. The NFL has complete control over our minds and our wallets. I have no problem with that. I love NFL football. I actually like the action on the field because I grew up around football and understand the game, but a lot of us gravitate toward this kind of thing where we feel like we have a legit opinion on some of the other non football related stuff. There’s enough to go around for all of us..
    —————————————————————————————–

    The NFL gets most of their revenue from the broadcast rights. If the ratings keep dropping, you watch how fast the revenues drop, and the owners are already nervous about that.
    To show you how stupid the owners can be, look at the contract they just handed over to Goodell for the next 5 years. And let’s not forget that there are more than a few NFL owners who were born with a silver spoon in their mouths and were millionaires from day one because of their grandfathers and fathers. They don’t have the business sense that their grandfathers and fathers had, nor the knowledge that they had to keep their organizations on the right path.
    Look at the NY Giants as an example. John Mara is the owner and boss of the Giants, the team his grandfather Tim started in 1925 and his father Wellington and his uncle Jack ran after Tim’s death in 1959.
    Tim and Wellington Mara were brilliant owners and helped make the NFL what it is today. It was Wellington who realized that revenue sharing was absolutely necessary to keep the small market teams able to compete and he championed that cause until his death in 2005.
    John Mara has shown that he doesn’t have the same acumen those men had and the result was never more evident in the recent benching of Eli Manning by one of the worst coaches in recent memory in the NFL, Ben McAdoo. It wasn’t just the benching of Manning that showed how inept Mara is, it was the way the whole thing was handled and the subsequent firing of both McAdoo and the GM, Jerry Reese.
    And Jerry Jones wasn’t wrong in questioning what they were doing with Goodell. Goodell has made far more mistakes and stupid decisions than he should have made and the NFL is what it is in spite of him. But make no mistake, the ripple affect of things that have happened under his watch has only begun to shake up the NFL. These owners aint seen nothin yet!

  44. dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 10:05 am
    nhpats says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:39 am
    dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:30 am
    ROFL… a collection of Seahawk haters. Watch the film. He was going for the ball.

    Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.

    ———-

    Really? Just when did the Seahawks embarrass my Patriots?
    ————————-
    You mad Bro? Does that give you a hint?

    —————————
    I think if a team has blown up your championship hopes it looks a little silly to still be living vicariously through a previous regular season win.

  45. What a crock. Bennett is a hypocritical chump on the field. Like most of Seattle they’re front-runners. When they’re winning they’re joking and everything. When they lose, they’re classless, except for Wilson.

  46. Some people are just bad people. When you look at everything Bennett has done in front of a camera, not to even mention what he does in private, you can easily see that Bennett is just twisted. He tries to manipulate, but he is just really bad at it. The term scumbag was created for people that crawl the earth like him. His lie about the Vegas incident alone should really have landed him in jail. He is a liar first and foremost and the identity he has built for himself is that of a scumbag. So, a scumbag I shall call him.

  47. What is the point of video evidence when Pete Carroll can just tell you that you have lying eyes when watching it? My follow-up question to Carroll would be: do you coach defensive linemen to do that almost impossible ball swipe? And we will get testimony from every DL and linebacker and prove otherwise.

  48. dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 10:07 am
    Another first down says:
    December 16, 2017 at 9:06 am
    dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 8:30 am
    ROFL… a collection of Seahawk haters. Watch the film. He was going for the ball.

    Not a coincidence that all of you are fans of teams that the Seahawks have embarrassed.
    —————————
    Watched the replay yet again to be sure. Its clear, the ball was snapped and no longer there to swipe at before Bennett even made a move. It was then downed by the qb, the play over. And there is Bennett going after knees. Thats not Seahawk love or hate, thats simply what the video shows.

    Gronk got a game for intentional attempt to injure after a play. Bennett did the same so he should have gotten the same. (Arguably both should have gotten more but at the least the penalties should have been equal)
    ——————
    Lying about what you see on film doesn’t help your cause.

    ——————-
    What cause? And I disagree about who is not reporting correctly here. But a war of words in a comments section is pointless. So anyone reading this and wondering who to believe should simply look up the video to see for themselves. I would encorage that.

  49. omeimontis says:
    December 16, 2017 at 7:11 am
    The Sea Gulls are Goodell’s favorite team They won their first and only SB because the outcome was rigged by the League not enforcing defensive holding.

    ——————
    No, they won their first one fair and square because they were the dominant team that year. Hats off to them. They have not won since because they have not been the dominant team since then,

  50. As an addendum, you can clearly see that Bennett doesn’t cross the line of scrimmage after the swipe. There’s absolutely no “roll into the knees”.

  51. docgordo says:
    December 16, 2017 at 4:11 pm
    As an addendum, you can clearly see that Bennett doesn’t cross the line of scrimmage after the swipe. There’s absolutely no “roll into the knees”.

    —————+
    There is a link highlighted in the article above. It shows Bennett over the line if scrimmage into Linders knees and its pretty long after the snap so that swipping story is nonsense. And then even after the roll into Linders knee he then grabs and starts twisting Linders leg. And then even after the twisting he tackles Linder and gets on top of him. Again, I urge folks to look for themselves, just click in the highlighted text “FOX showed a replay” and then each can devide for themselves what they feel they see there.

  52. The person who should be worrying the most is Seattle’s center. If what Bennett did is OK, just imagine what some opposing DL is going to do when Seattle is in its “victory formation”.

  53. dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 12:10 pm
    Really? A 6 point loss is an embarrassment?
    ________________________________________

    I don’t thinks so but since you already defined a 1 point loss (the you mad bro game) as an embarrassment then by your own definition a 6 point loss must be an epic one. Let me refresh your memory:
    dukeearl says:
    December 16, 2017 at 10:05 am
    You mad Bro? Does that give you a hint?

    That’s the problem when you post nonsense little 12, it has a way of biting you

  54. Go back and look at the ‘tackle’/’block’/’hit’ Burfict put on the KC fullback in pre-season within 5 yards of the LOS.

    Now go and look at Bennetts’ BS that resulted in that riot at the end of last weeks game.

    Now tell me which player actually got suspended for 5 games; (clue; he plays in Black and orange) ?

    Thats’ todays NFL folks…… complete BS……

  55. Hawks showed no class after the Jags loss. NFL should be ashamed Bennett wasn’t suspended. The NFL is a joke.

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