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Peter King
Just reported on that NFL's Competition Committee will consider abolition of ALL blocks below the waist in 2013.
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David Kromelow 23 Nov 12
Is this in response to the block Slauson put on Brian Cushing??
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Kelly - Positivity 23 Nov 12
i just reported that it's nice on my patio
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Steve Palazzolo 23 Nov 12
game changer
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Tim Bartlett 23 Nov 12
When will it become the National Flag Football League?
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✨Steelers #1 Fan✨ 23 Nov 12
If that's the case, my days as an NFL fan are numbered. Why don't they just change the game to Cornhole and call it a day!
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Jon Vulpes 23 Nov 12
thus ends the zone block scheme.
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Mork 23 Nov 12
Houston will leave the Union..Civil War ensues
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Nathan Kearns 23 Nov 12
A rule change that will substantially have a positive influence on the health of a defensive player? Believe it when I see it!
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Henny Dee Williams 23 Nov 12
Man what RT reported on that NFL's Competition Committee will consider abolition of ALL blocks below the waist in 2013.
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liz fyke 23 Nov 12
- chop block is nasty.
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Vikes Fan Page 23 Nov 12
going to make goal line stands a little more difficult, yes?
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Bill G. 23 Nov 12
I support it, but it will have unintended consequences ...how many points per game will it take off the scoreboard?
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Sean Rose 23 Nov 12
flag football won’t be far behind
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Johnny Machiavelli 23 Nov 12
#&+*@(*!!!
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Bob Carroll 23 Nov 12
Will linemen start in a standing position line of scrimmage?
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SoCal49ersFan 23 Nov 12
That's a good thing.
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Spencer 23 Nov 12
say goodbye to running the football
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B. Alfond 23 Nov 12
Are they also considering a change from NFL to N7-on-7L?
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