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  • bigtrain21 wrote:Here is a better angle. He had plenty of time to let up IMO. He received a penalty on the play but it was declined because their was also pass interference.


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    I'd like to think this angle clears it up for everyone, but I'm sure a few will still try to make a case.
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  • Happypuppy wrote:The ball was thrown. He intentionally hit him in the head. There's not even an attempt to tackle he had one goal to hit hit him in the head....

    He was careful NOT to hit Wilson in the head with his hand, so not everyone here sees a problem with it.
    But those that don't study this and SEE the forearm smash at the helmet, and are okay with Quinn bending the rule and getting away with it, are some of the same people around here that think Tate was being an asshole?????????????
    PS. Tate could very likely get fined for doing the wavey while Quinn will NOT, and neither will the guy that dove on top of Wilson AFTER he was down, because the Officials weren't watching all the penalty plays that the Rams Defense was commiting for the whole game.
    It's one thing to play hard, and physical, it's quite another to play dirty football.
    Payback is a bitch ,and now they have to come to Seattle and play a healthier, better O-Line, so it's not going to be as easy to pull off the same crap.
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  • Nice angle. Like I said before, typical NFL cheapo. Y'know, there's room to dial back on this type of stuff and still have a tough, violent and even brutal football league. It could be done.

    P.S. Nice elbow drop from the NT onto Unger as well, lol.
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  • The side of Quinns helmet hits Wilson in the Helmet. Should be a fine, if you compare it to the fines that Tate got for Lee and the earlier one this year. Wilsons back is turned, Quinn took (2) steps and did helmet to helmet to a defenseless QB (back turned) need to be consistent on the fines.
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  • Guardian wrote:Let's think about it this way; if Irvin did exactly the same play, should he be fined?

    I'll answer the question, yes, it was an intentional dirty play and got called as such.
    It doesn't matter who performs a dirty play, it's a dirty play all the same, and a fine is the right action for doing it.
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  • Dude was going for the ball.
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  • bmorepunk wrote:Dude was going for the ball.



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  • essonto wrote:Man, McQ looks like a sack of fertilizer out there, waaaayyyyy overmatched. I would rather see a rookie give it a shot.

    My question is why on earth Unger and Carp were double-teaming the DT (Brockers) when Quinn was turnstiling around McQuistan all freaking day! Does Unger call those protections?

    Because Unger can't play two positions at once, and that's why the Rams designed those plays exactly that way.
    At least Watt had the dangle to do it fast and hard, and not play the game as dirty as Quinn does.
    IF I had my choice between wanting either of these guys on my team?, it's Watt, hands down Watt, no doubts.
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  • so ET's hit on tannehill last year should be legal too. he didnt even take one step cause he was in mid air. well he got fined $15K cause he touched tannehill's helmet, so quinn should as well.

    too many ticky tack rules now and they just look stupid trying to explain them.
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  • He launched himself at Russell after the ball was released. Looked to launch after the ball was released not before released
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  • fenderbender123 wrote:Quinn only took one step after the ball was thrown making it legal.

    Here's a link for an explanation.

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/seattle-seaha ... a-late-hit


    He took a step and leaped towards him. I didn't see any discussion of that specific hit on the link you provided.
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  • Helmet to helmet on a QB in the act of passing. There is nothing else to talk about.
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  • It looks like a tomahawk to the head?
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  • I don't see a way he didn't see the ball launching through the air. From Quinn's angle, it was right in front of him.
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  • Rams were playing dirty all night, trying to intentionally injure our players. This is the equivalent of Clemons going helmet-first into Stacy's or Austin's knees. If I was Cable, I'd start calling cut blocks on these DEs on every down and run at them. Fuggit. You wanna play dirty, we can play dirty too. Let's see how they feel when they're carting Quinn off the field with a torn ACL after a legal cut block. On principle, I don't wish injury on any player, but seeing Quinn intentionally trying to concuss Wilson? Screw him. End his season. We need to start letting people know you aren't going to cheap-shot Russell and get away with it.
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  • bigtrain21 wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:Quinn only took one step after the ball was thrown making it legal.

    Here's a link for an explanation.

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/seattle-seaha ... a-late-hit


    He took a step and leaped towards him. I didn't see any discussion of that specific hit on the link you provided.



    Not the same play, but I don't see how it's much different than the one they showed with Matt Ryan. I guess if it's helmet to helmet...but I honestly don't see where he's making contact with the helmet.
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  • fenderbender123 wrote:
    bigtrain21 wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:Quinn only took one step after the ball was thrown making it legal.

    Here's a link for an explanation.

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/seattle-seaha ... a-late-hit


    He took a step and leaped towards him. I didn't see any discussion of that specific hit on the link you provided.



    Not the same play, but I don't see how it's much different than the one they showed with Matt Ryan. I guess if it's helmet to helmet...but I honestly don't see where he's making contact with the helmet.

    Really?, just watch where Quinns helmet gets jarred to his left when he makes contact with the back of Wilsons helmet.
    Watch it in slow-mo and it removes any doubts.
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  • Textbook Ole' move by McQuistian.
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  • McQuistan is the one who needs to get fined (but by the Seahawks).
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  • Happypuppy wrote:The ball was thrown. He intentionally hit him in the head. There's not even an attempt to tackle he had one goal to hit hit him in the head....


    To me it looks like Quinn is about to go for a strip-sack right as Russ lets it go. Didn't look cheap to me at all.
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  • You have the slow motion Gifs and thats fine for disection, now go regular speed and watch the time difference isn't as dramatic as we see slow motion. I do see the incidental Helmet contact, I think sice it appears to be sideof the helmet instead of crown the effect isn't ass noticable at full speed. I also see he was making a ball swat.
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  • Only Russell did not have the ball so the "strip sack" move was actually a tomahawk to the head.
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  • Sgt. Largent wrote:McQuistan should be fined for that whiff.

    Agreed and Bowie didn't do much better on lOng
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  • LOL at all of you looking at a slow motion gif and saying shit like "he had plenty of time to let up". I think it was clearly clean because Quinn batted his hand right near where Wilson had the football raised very quickly after Russell threw it. He was clearly trying to bat the ball.
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  • Sgt. Largent wrote:McQuistan should be fined for that whiff.


    I was going to type the same thing... :thirishdrinkers:
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  • A lot of valid points that just don't matter. helmet to helmet doesn't care if it was an attempted strip sack, if he had time, or even if the offensive player ducked into the hit.

    Helmet to helmet on a QB who is not a runner=15 yard penalty. Even a hand to his helmet is 15 yards. As for a fine, if Earl can be fined for what he did to Tannehill, why not this hit? Earl didn't have bad intent either.
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  • I have looked at this several times and I think he had time to make it just a bump like Farwell on Austin the flopper rather than swatting Wilson on the head.
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  • nsport wrote:Looks fine to me - he went high but didn't blow him up like he could have, nor did he go for the head. There was another play where Wilson got sacked, then another guy came and plowed him when he was already down, however. I would like to see a fine on that play.


    I don't know about a fine, but a flag would've been nice. After all the crap I've seen thrown at us over the years, I just want it to be consistent.
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  • Terpdragon wrote:He launched himself at Russell after the ball was released. Looked to launch after the ball was released not before released


    You do realize that was about .75 seconds.

    And no helmet to helmet, he chopped down over RW's shoulder.
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  • Everyone on the seahawks roster should get to lineup and do that exact same move to McQuistan.
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