The problem was the angle that Jennings took. He just looked all wrong and I hate to say it... but is this a result of the new rules being pushed by the commissioner? Now players see a player they are lining up to tackle and that thought pops into their head for a nanosecond about how they might need to reposition themselves, or turn slightly, or just do something different so they are NOT playing on instinct because they don't want to harm their team with a penalty or a fine? Something to consider. The big push to prevent injuries very well may be leading to injuries, and I hope that's not the case with Tim Jennings. He's a great player and I'd hate it if his finest season comes to an end because he heard that little commissioner voice whispering in his ear as M-Rob approached.
I was also very impressed with M-Rob quickly running back and his genuine concern for an opponent. He didn't stand up and fold his arms and stare down the crowd or any of that crap. He knows that the game of life can change in an instant, and that play looked downright scary as it happened.
R.I.P. Dad. I miss you. You will never be forgotten
1/12/39 - 8/7/08