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Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Finatik, Dec 6, 2023.
It's a scene from Pulp Fiction and a very well known meme.
I showed it because he clearly gets knocked out on the play and yet he wasn't even put into concussion protocols and was back practicing a couple of days later. Henry himself even said he "got his bell rung".
I get Tua's looked a lot more serious with the fencing response but it also feels like there are a lot of double standards around the league with concussions. Some teams are more scrutinised that others.
Bridgewater got hit on I think the first dropback against the Jets last year. A little stumble and he was immediately forced to be taken out for the rest of the game. Seems like the league is already past it a year later. And there's even examples from last season of other teams putting players back out who were clearly concussed with no scrutiny. Tee Higgins is the best example.
Getting your bell rung is not considered a concussion
Henry got his bell rung and after further review the day after he was not put in protocol
Yeah I get that, I don't disagree that it seems ridiculous he wasn't in protocol. I just think that the reason everyone freaked out about Tua was for two reasons:
1. The hits that caused the concussions seemed to be pretty easy, normal tackles and,
2. The fencing response
I just don't think that there would have nearly as much concern if it had been only one concussion and no fencing response. I know for me personally, at 44 years old, I had never seen that happen ever, not on a football field, or in real life sports that I've played. So when that happened I was extremely concerned.
He certainly looked like he was out cold after the helmet to helmet and the way he dropped.
I don’t want Bellicheat to get any closer to Shula’s record.
The Rams are battling the Ravens. Lamar doesn’t look very crisp and it seems like he’s kinda a deva. Every shot is someone tending to him.
if you can get one call why not ? ive seen some QB's clobbered and nothing called.
Thought the hit on Stroud yesterday was clear roughing the passer but I don't know if it was called or not as I only saw it through Redzone. Defender drove him into the ground long after the ball was gone.
Jets are dirty. They lead the league in roughing the passer calls. Gotta be careful with them next week.
I'm not sure now if Williams is pushed into Stroud and can't stop or if he drives him into the ground. Definitely a concussion there, his head bounces off the ground pretty hard and he's lying there making unnatural movements.
He could have pulled up going by that video. Q has his head up, looking at Stroud, when he throws the ball. Looks late to me.
They need to be consistent in how they call that. Ive seen some QB's shoved to the ground after a pass and nothing called. Others touched and they fall to the ground and flag thrown.
It depends on who the QB is…
I would not be surprised to see some bad calls or no calls that hurt the Dolphins tonight. I'm pretty sure the NFL wants the Bills to stay relevant for the storyline and drama.
I don't think it's going to matter in the long run. It better not be that close.
Imagine thinking like this just so you can say "see, I told you so" and then nobody caring when it doesn't happen.
Imagine you thinking I care what you say about me. Clearly things I say get to you because you can't stop quoting my posts.
I am hoping for a big lead most of the game i dislike stress
We need these next two games to be stress free so we can all rest up for the final three.
The Titans announced a handful of roster moves ahead of Monday night’s game against the Dolphins.
Running back Jonathan Ward and punter Ty Zentner were signed to the 53-man roster off of the practice squad. They also elevated defensive lineman Marlon Davidson and linebacker JoJo Domann from the practice squad on a temporary basis.
Ward has played in two games for the Titans this year. He’s played 50 special teams snaps and three offensive snaps.
Zentner signed with the team after Ryan Stonehouse suffered a season-ending knee injury in Tennessee’s Week 13 loss to the Colts. He played in four games for the Texans earlier this season.
The Dolphins have elevated two players from the practice squad to the active roster for Monday night’s game against the Titans. Miami announced linebacker Quinton Bell and offensive tackle Ryan Hayes will be available to play in Week 14.
Bell appeared in four games for Atlanta last season, recording three total tackles. He played 61 defensive snaps and 60 special teams snaps for the club.
A rookie seventh-round pick out of Michigan, Hayes hasn’t yet appeared in a game this season.
We are really banged up. I think it’s closer than people think. We never play well in prime time. 26-20 Dolphins win. Let’s get it.
We don't? On what timescale? Last year when Tua had 3 concussions and was backed up by Dumb and Dumberer?
Also did the 34-13 win in New Jersey a couple weeks ago not happen?
We gotta deprogram some Dolphins fans man. Dolphins will be on their 9th different offensive line tonight and I still expect them to win by three touchdowns.
By 2023 Dolphin standards they are fairly healthy
Yeah the expectation some posters have that we're going to fail like in previous decades is totally unwarranted. It's one thing if you have similar players, coaches, and performance, but all 3 are different from 5-10 years ago. Vegas expects us to win by 2 TDs. When's the last time we had a season with so many comfortable wins?
Enjoy the game! (or should I say enjoy the win, even before the game!)
Civil war game for me today... wife's a titans fan.
Anyone know a good divorce lawyer?
Howard is down and not getting up... doesn't look good for him.
Ok my fault
JONES taking out another teammate. Moron.
Didn't like the look of the replay
Mostert hurt now too..
Tua just got Waddle killed.
No defenseless WR penalty there?!?
3 injuries in first 2 minutes.
Tua got him killed
I think Howard’s is just a stinger. Mostert sill be ok. Waddle might be seriously hurt.