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 Post subject: Re: To much Breno Hate
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He's a hothead that doesn't know when to stop. Even after PC benched him, he still hasn't learned. A lot of the times his hits are unnecessary (Lynch stopped dead in his tracks. Whistle blows. And he jumps on top of the pile). Not only that, on multiple occasions, I've seen him double team a DT that was blocked and let a guy run in free. Like the play when RW got blasted against AZ. He's the best we got right now, but I'm praying we find someone to replace him next season.


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He's old school, and 20 years ago he wouldn't get flagged. I love the guy, he would beat anyone who hits Wilson to hard. I'll take a penalty now and then to have his nastinest on the team, protecting our franchise guy.


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He's old school, and 20 years ago he wouldn't get flagged. I love the guy, he would beat anyone who hits Wilson to hard. I'll take a penalty now and then to have his nastinest on the team, protecting our franchise guy.



So where was he "beating" that guy when he let the Dlineman straight through on our first drive and Wilson's head went bouncing off the ground?


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He is commiting last year Browner mistakes. He is going to learn how to be a civilized dirtbag next year.


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He went quite a few games, if memory serves, without the dumb penalties (after the benching, IIRC). Everybody was getting silly penalties in the Cardinals game. I don't think it's a big deal. Breno's the man.

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What "Breno Hate" are you referring to? I haven't seen it, other than about the stupid penalties, which you said pissed you off too.

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He's old school, and 20 years ago he wouldn't get flagged. I love the guy, he would beat anyone who hits Wilson to hard. I'll take a penalty now and then to have his nastinest on the team, protecting our franchise guy.


eh, you can have him, i'd like to see him replaced next season, go be a bone head and kill drives on somenes elses team.. and go to a couple anger management classes in the off season.. there's playing aggresive , then there's playing out of control..

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He has not had a lot of penalties lately and after watching the replay for Az, the excessive blocking foul he got was bad luck. He was ahead of Lynch when he started to make his block.

I'm re-watching the AZ game myself tonight and that play just played.

Breno was just a tad bit late on his block, wherein, with his arm extended, he pushed a player on his back as that player was going down to the ground. Had he stopped there, there would have been no penalty.

Instead, what he did was... he took another step and then piled on the guy's back driving his upper body and face into the turf.

The dude doesn't know when good... is good enuf!!

Simply, STUPID.


I saw the same thing and frankly, I kind of liked it. I just wish it was Dockett that he drove to the turf. I suppose I would have liked it less if the Hawks didn't score a TD following it.

I have seen/heard enough of Tim Ryan and his comment was "that isn't the first time Giacomini was caught cleaning up a pile around Lynch"

Then I realized it, Breno sees his hard working team mate being bullied while they try to bring him down and he is just defending his all-pro RB. Kind of like Lynch's bodyguard if you will. We all know that if Lynch was to have a body guard, being the nasty, hard ass pound your body into the pile RB he is, that the perfect Body guard would be Breno.

I just kind of like that we have a nasty guy on the line like that. If you watch Sweez in the game, he is kind of nasty on guys too. He just doesn't get caught as much.

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I agree with Loaf, his nastiness is what we have been clamoring for. Along with that nastiness are going to be penalties. They go hand in hand.

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He's old school, and 20 years ago he wouldn't get flagged. I love the guy, he would beat anyone who hits Wilson to hard. I'll take a penalty now and then to have his nastinest on the team, protecting our franchise guy.



So where was he "beating" that guy when he let the Dlineman straight through on our first drive and Wilson's head went bouncing off the ground?


I assume you are talking about the sack on the first SEA drive. It wasnt a D-Lineman, it was Groves, an OLB who was lineup on the TE and blitzed. It was a right side blitz which means Wilson is responsible for reading that. Wilson actually made the mistake here and took the hit. Brenos target was on the line, the line shifted left and breno with it.

Now it could be said that if Breno saw the blitz he would have picked it up, but because he was shifting left with the blitz coming off the right, he didnt even see it. Regardless, was not his fault at all.

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He has not had a lot of penalties lately and after watching the replay for Az, the excessive blocking foul he got was bad luck. He was ahead of Lynch when he started to make his block.

I'm re-watching the AZ game myself tonight and that play just played.

Breno was just a tad bit late on his block, wherein, with his arm extended, he pushed a player on his back as that player was going down to the ground. Had he stopped there, there would have been no penalty.

Instead, what he did was... he took another step and then piled on the guy's back driving his upper body and face into the turf.

The dude doesn't know when good... is good enuf!!

Simply, STUPID.


Disagree. He's playing at game speed, and that looked like a tactic to piss off the defensive lineman. He got caught, but I think in most game situations he gets away with that and it's a good play. There are lots of plays like that, just before and after the whistle that have a negative effect on opposing players.

I love Breno for his attitude and the fact that I saw him maul Dockett and put him on the ground. DD is a monster DT and anytime anyone puts him on the ground it's a sight to behold.

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I agree with Loaf, his nastiness is what we have been clamoring for. Along with that nastiness are going to be penalties. They go hand in hand.


I don't agree with this, you can be nasty without being stupid with the penalties.

Steve Hutchinson is the perfect example of how you want your offensive lineman to play. He broke the will of his opponents on a weekly basis, not by making each play about him with pushing, shoving and cheap shots after the whistle like Breno does. Hutch did it by mauling and out working the hell out of whoever he was across from for 60 minutes..........so that that defensive lineman knew by the end of the game who was the better player.

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I agree with Loaf, his nastiness is what we have been clamoring for. Along with that nastiness are going to be penalties. They go hand in hand.


I don't agree with this, you can be nasty without being stupid with the penalties.

Steve Hutchinson is the perfect example of how you want your offensive lineman to play. He broke the will of his opponents on a weekly basis, not by making each play about him with pushing, shoving and cheap shots after the whistle like Breno does. Hutch did it by mauling and out working the hell out of whoever he was across from for 60 minutes..........so that that defensive lineman knew by the end of the game who was the better player.

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You guys see a lot of Hutches laying around? Be happy we have Breno and not Ashworth.

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You guys see a lot of Hutches laying around? Be happy we have Breno and not Ashworth.


I'm not comparing the two talent wise, I was explaining the difference in how to play nasty the right way.

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It won't be as excusable in two weeks when he pushes his luck against SF and costs us points against a good team. I like having him, but 15 yard penalties really hurt in close games. Its not a "take the good with the bad" situation; personal fouls are completely avoidable.

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It's a gamble. He likes to get in people's heads and rough them up a bit. Sometimes he gets flagged, sometimes he doesn't. I'm ok with the occasional flag if it achieves the desired effect. Obviously it's a double edged sword but hey, we're 8-5 so we're doing ok, right?

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I'm ok with the occasional flag if it achieves the desired effect.


What's the desired effect?

If you're known as a tough nasty player that plays within the confines of the rules, then it increases your value to the team. If you're known as a tough nasty player that likes to fight after the whistle and take cheap shots that cost your team valuable yardage with stupid penalties........then the effect is you get to look for a new job next year.

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I already told you the desired effect. It's like Kam hitting a guy hard when he comes across the middle. He may get flagged but that guy's gonna think about it for the rest of the game. I'm not saying it's best case scenario or anything, I'm just saying it's not necessarily all bad every time.

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I already told you the desired effect. It's like Kam hitting a guy hard when he comes across the middle. He may get flagged but that guy's gonna think about it for the rest of the game. I'm not saying it's best case scenario or anything, I'm just saying it's not necessarily all bad every time.


I understand what you're saying, I just can't take the jump from detrimental to the team to being a positive.

That player isn't going to think about how nasty Breno is, he's going to think "how can I use Breno's short temper and penchant for getting personal foul penalties against him."

Breno reminds me of Incognito when he played for the Rams. Every time the Rams would come to town, we could count on Incognito to get 2-3 stupid penalties. Did our defensive players respect Incognito? Or even fear him? Nope, they'd just say he was an idiot that they knew would explode due to his temper and get a penalty.

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I already told you the desired effect. It's like Kam hitting a guy hard when he comes across the middle. He may get flagged but that guy's gonna think about it for the rest of the game. I'm not saying it's best case scenario or anything, I'm just saying it's not necessarily all bad every time.


Hitting a guy over the middle is different than late hits or fighting after the whistle. Breno gets his penalties after the play, not during.

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I just don't understand people on this board sometimes.

As somebody said, this is the type of guy we've wanted on this team for years, especially when we had a bunch of soft ass o linemen who got pushed around. Offensive linemen have to be a nasty bunch. This guy takes penalties, but A LOT of the recent ones have had more to do with his reputation than the actual play. Yes, he has the rep. for a reason, but to me it's something you live with, assuming his play justifies a start.

Does no one consider that Marshawn's running style has caused A LOT of these late hit style penalties? I don't blame Lynch at all, but when you have a back that never quits, and has busted more than one improbable run after being locked up, YOU WANT your o-line to make those hustle plays to try and spring him, and Breno pushes that boundary, but I'd rather he did that than let our guy go down.

It's really frustrating seeing a bunch of you apparently hoping for choir boys around here. THAT'S the type of team that we had under Ruskell and personally, I don't EVER want to see a team like that again.

I'll take Brandon Browner's PI's and defensive holds over Kelly Jennings and Marcus Trufant. I'll take Breno's over aggressiveness over Locklear's complacency.

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It's really frustrating seeing a bunch of you apparently hoping for choir boys around here.


Its even more frustrating when a bunch of guys don't actually think about what you say and just go with the most hyperbolic version of an opinion they can come up with.

When the play is over, I'd just like the guy to help Marshawn up and walk back to the huddle.

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I already told you the desired effect. It's like Kam hitting a guy hard when he comes across the middle. He may get flagged but that guy's gonna think about it for the rest of the game. I'm not saying it's best case scenario or anything, I'm just saying it's not necessarily all bad every time.


Hitting a guy over the middle is different than late hits or fighting after the whistle. Breno gets his penalties after the play, not during.


It's not any different if they throw a flag.

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A lot of the time I feel like Breno gets screwed by the slow whistle of the refs. He is focused on his guy and blocking him and not looking at the ref and the whistle comes after the hit and yet he still gets a personal foul. When I was playing football we were always taught to play until the whistle blows.


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I just don't understand people on this board sometimes.

As somebody said, this is the type of guy we've wanted on this team for years, especially when we had a bunch of soft ass o linemen who got pushed around. Offensive linemen have to be a nasty bunch. This guy takes penalties, but A LOT of the recent ones have had more to do with his reputation than the actual play. Yes, he has the rep. for a reason, but to me it's something you live with, assuming his play justifies a start.

Does no one consider that Marshawn's running style has caused A LOT of these late hit style penalties? I don't blame Lynch at all, but when you have a back that never quits, and has busted more than one improbable run after being locked up, YOU WANT your o-line to make those hustle plays to try and spring him, and Breno pushes that boundary, but I'd rather he did that than let our guy go down.

It's really frustrating seeing a bunch of you apparently hoping for choir boys around here. THAT'S the type of team that we had under Ruskell and personally, I don't EVER want to see a team like that again.

I'll take Brandon Browner's PI's and defensive holds over Kelly Jennings and Marcus Trufant. I'll take Breno's over aggressiveness over Locklear's complacency.


i hear what you're saying and i disagree 100%.. nobody wants chior boys, but nobody wants players who can't control themselves either. his stupidity cost this team drives, i actually put some of the blame of our first losses on him and okung.. both of them killed countless drive after drive. okung has gotten better with it, breno still doing the same ole sh*t... and now he has the rep, so the ref's are paying more attention to him. gotta be smarter at the pro level

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I just don't understand people on this board sometimes.

As somebody said, this is the type of guy we've wanted on this team for years, especially when we had a bunch of soft ass o linemen who got pushed around. Offensive linemen have to be a nasty bunch. This guy takes penalties, but A LOT of the recent ones have had more to do with his reputation than the actual play. Yes, he has the rep. for a reason, but to me it's something you live with, assuming his play justifies a start.

Does no one consider that Marshawn's running style has caused A LOT of these late hit style penalties? I don't blame Lynch at all, but when you have a back that never quits, and has busted more than one improbable run after being locked up, YOU WANT your o-line to make those hustle plays to try and spring him, and Breno pushes that boundary, but I'd rather he did that than let our guy go down.

It's really frustrating seeing a bunch of you apparently hoping for choir boys around here. THAT'S the type of team that we had under Ruskell and personally, I don't EVER want to see a team like that again.

I'll take Brandon Browner's PI's and defensive holds over Kelly Jennings and Marcus Trufant. I'll take Breno's over aggressiveness over Locklear's complacency.

Ah yes...we don't like Breno's boneheaded penalties so we must want choir boys.

He hurt the team multiple times against AZ. Luckily it didn't matter much because we were whooping their asses. But against a good team...in a close game? Yeah, I bet you wouldn't like a 20 yd reception or a Beast Mode run to the 5 brought back 15 YDS.

And for someone as nasty as Breno, he sure gets pushed around a lot.


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I love Breno. Sure, I want him to get no personal fouls, but he is way better than some of the passive linemen we had here just a couple of years ago.

I thought when Pete said that they can teach guys to dial it back a lot easier than they can teach aggression, that was rather telling. He was talking about Sweezy at the time, but the principle applies.

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I just don't understand people on this board sometimes.

As somebody said, this is the type of guy we've wanted on this team for years, especially when we had a bunch of soft ass o linemen who got pushed around. Offensive linemen have to be a nasty bunch. This guy takes penalties, but A LOT of the recent ones have had more to do with his reputation than the actual play. Yes, he has the rep. for a reason, but to me it's something you live with, assuming his play justifies a start.

Does no one consider that Marshawn's running style has caused A LOT of these late hit style penalties? I don't blame Lynch at all, but when you have a back that never quits, and has busted more than one improbable run after being locked up, YOU WANT your o-line to make those hustle plays to try and spring him, and Breno pushes that boundary, but I'd rather he did that than let our guy go down.

It's really frustrating seeing a bunch of you apparently hoping for choir boys around here. THAT'S the type of team that we had under Ruskell and personally, I don't EVER want to see a team like that again.

I'll take Brandon Browner's PI's and defensive holds over Kelly Jennings and Marcus Trufant. I'll take Breno's over aggressiveness over Locklear's complacency.


I don't understand some people on these boards not understanding constructive criticism, or being able to compartmentalize criticism........like it's an all or nothing thing.

EITHER YOU LOVE BRENO OR YOU DON'T OMG!!!!!! YOU MUST NOT BE A REALZ FAN!!!!

Breno costs this team precious yardage with stupid penalties, how hard is that to understand criticism of? We have four other offensive lineman that also play aggressive and nasty, stupid penalties don't seem to be a problem with them? Is Breno just THAT much nastier? Nope, he just has a harder time controlling his temper than everyone else.

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Breno's the hitman. His job is to take the nasty to the next level. Strategically bend the rules. Preferably don't get caught, but it doesn't always work out that way. I'd bet money that's EXACTLY how Coach looks at it.

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Breno's the hitman. His job is to take the nasty to the next level. Strategically bend the rules. Preferably don't get caught, but it doesn't always work out that way. I'd bet money that's EXACTLY how Coach looks at it.


Do you have a source that backs up this claim? I think his job is to block people and not get boneheaded penalties. Wasn't there a stat on here a couple weeks back listing him as the 56th of 60 some RGs in the league? Seattle is #1 in pre-snap penalties and that dude is a huge part of it. Add on his post-whistle penalties it's unbearable.

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I'd bet money that's EXACTLY how Coach looks at it.


Is that why Pete ran over to Breno after his latest bonehead penalty and yelled at him on the sidelines?.......and has constantly said that Breno needs to clean up his antics during press conferences?

If there's three things you can count on in life, it's death, taxes and Pete Carroll NOT being OK with dumb penalties by his offensive linemen, especially in the red zone.

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No I don't have a source, it's what I think. I could be as wrong as Sturm is about the uniforms. Makes sense to me though.

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Do you have a source that backs up this claim? I think his job is to block people and not get boneheaded penalties. Wasn't there a stat on here a couple weeks back listing him as the 56th of 60 some RGs in the league? Seattle is #1 in pre-snap penalties and that dude is a huge part of it. Add on his post-whistle penalties it's unbearable.

However, Zebulon made a good point in that he became somewhat invisible penalty wise for a few games after getting benched.


There are only 32 RG's in the league and Breno is a RT.


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No I don't have a source, it's what I think. I could be as wrong as Sturm is about the uniforms. Makes sense to me though.


LMFAO!

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falcongoggles wrote:

Do you have a source that backs up this claim? I think his job is to block people and not get boneheaded penalties. Wasn't there a stat on here a couple weeks back listing him as the 56th of 60 some RGs in the league? Seattle is #1 in pre-snap penalties and that dude is a huge part of it. Add on his post-whistle penalties it's unbearable.

However, Zebulon made a good point in that he became somewhat invisible penalty wise for a few games after getting benched.


There are only 32 RG's in the league and Breno is a RT.


now multiply that by 2 and you get 60 some. I'm just going off of memory and the number was in the 60s. If someone could find that thread it would be great.


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I didn't read all 3 pages - so if this has been said, I acknowledge my own laziness:

I think Breno is awesome. I love what he stands for. I think he is a core cog on this machine. He makes those around him better. His energy is contagious. Shore up the penalties and I think he's an All Pro. Definitely one of my favorite players on the team right now...

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It's really frustrating seeing a bunch of you apparently hoping for choir boys around here.


Its even more frustrating when a bunch of guys don't actually think about what you say and just go with the most hyperbolic version of an opinion they can come up with.

When the play is over, I'd just like the guy to help Marshawn up and walk back to the huddle.


so he goes 1-2 seconds after a whistle because of sheer aggression and adrenaline. Your acting like after the whistle blows and accelerates and tries to hit more people. Hes a 300 lb man going full force because he has too against other big full forced men. Sometimes its a seconds after the whistle cause, well, you try and hit the breaks on your vehicle next time your speeding and see how long it takes to stop.

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It's really frustrating seeing a bunch of you apparently hoping for choir boys around here.


Its even more frustrating when a bunch of guys don't actually think about what you say and just go with the most hyperbolic version of an opinion they can come up with.

When the play is over, I'd just like the guy to help Marshawn up and walk back to the huddle.


so he goes 1-2 seconds after a whistle because of sheer aggression and adrenaline. Your acting like after the whistle blows and accelerates and tries to hit more people. Hes a 300 lb man going full force because he has too against other big full forced men. Sometimes its a seconds after the whistle cause, well, you try and hit the breaks on your vehicle next time your speeding and see how long it takes to stop.


21 other guys on the field manage to do it on a regular basis.

And lets not kid ourselves into thinking his personal fouls aren't because he loses his cool or decides to disregard the whistle.

My point is, that if we have SF at home and need points to win the division, his "sheer aggression and adrenaline" that puts on us in 3rd and long and out of field goal range in the 4th quarter won't be quite as acceptable.

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I just don't understand people on this board sometimes.

As somebody said, this is the type of guy we've wanted on this team for years, especially when we had a bunch of soft ass o linemen who got pushed around. Offensive linemen have to be a nasty bunch. This guy takes penalties, but A LOT of the recent ones have had more to do with his reputation than the actual play. Yes, he has the rep. for a reason, but to me it's something you live with, assuming his play justifies a start.

Does no one consider that Marshawn's running style has caused A LOT of these late hit style penalties? I don't blame Lynch at all, but when you have a back that never quits, and has busted more than one improbable run after being locked up, YOU WANT your o-line to make those hustle plays to try and spring him, and Breno pushes that boundary, but I'd rather he did that than let our guy go down.

It's really frustrating seeing a bunch of you apparently hoping for choir boys around here. THAT'S the type of team that we had under Ruskell and personally, I don't EVER want to see a team like that again.

I'll take Brandon Browner's PI's and defensive holds over Kelly Jennings and Marcus Trufant. I'll take Breno's over aggressiveness over Locklear's complacency.


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21 other guys on the field manage to do it on a regular basis.

And lets not kid ourselves into thinking his personal fouls aren't because he loses his cool or decides to disregard the whistle.

My point is, that if we have SF at home and need points to win the division, his "sheer aggression and adrenaline" that puts on us in 3rd and long and out of field goal range in the 4th quarter won't be quite as acceptable.


And lets not also kid ourselves and act likes it such a big deal. He has 2 Unnecessary roughness and 2 personal fouls for a total of 4 after the whistle penalties. Ill take 4 against him in 13 games for his edge. I think everyone here has blown his after the whistle penalties out of proportion.

All im saying is I truly believe his edge and fight have given us more of an advantage even with his penalties then having someone like locklear back

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Maybe we can also keep in mind this is his first full season starting. Browner got a full season under his belt, then reduced his penalties quite a bit.

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He's starting to get real tick tacky calls against him because he has the reputation for being dirty. A reputation that he brought on himself. He shouldn't have been penalized on the play in the AZ game. He did absolutely nothing wrong. The whistle had not even blown yet.


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