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Mike’s mid-week chat transcript

Posted by Mike Spofford on October 23, 2012 – 12:48 pm

To read the transcript of Mike Spofford’s mid-week chat with fans, click here.


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3 Responses to “Mike’s mid-week chat transcript”

  1. By gerry neumann on Oct 23, 2012 | Reply

    What did you think about the penalty and play overall on desmond moses #54? thank you

  2. By Chuck Nora on Oct 23, 2012 | Reply

    That is the kind of hit we (I) pay money to go see amongst other things in a football game! Put the flags on, or play 2 hand touch (sarcasm). Decleating someone with a good hit is what football is all about (I guarentee that hit was remembered by the offense for the rest of the game in an intimindating way). Didn’t wreck his head or neck or cause a concussion to my knowledge? Textbook tenacious hit from days gone by (its why they wear pads – you can deliver a great hit if players are wearing the gear the NFL supplies and they are supposed to wear. It’s like a pitcher pitching inside and the umpire taking it away, you have to come over the plate or pitch away (part of these sports with woith champions are finess, talent, intimidation and domination), in football you start pulling back and not making plays for fear of the flags flying and it will eventually result in a big play, and the automatic first down that follows… Refs-Commiss… they all got to step back and evaluate what football is all about. Where is the common sense???? What fills the seats. That is the kind of hit (does not have to be a Packer)I like to see. You never want to see a player hurt, but if it happens, and the shoulder is below the neck on an upper body hit you feel bad, but that is part of the game.

  3. By Gerry on Oct 24, 2012 | Reply

    Well said good hard hit’s are what make the game. I agree with keeping it below the head and don’t like to see a player get hurt (not to bad anyway). The league needs to bring back some common sense to the hits in the game.

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