He got the choke hold quite a few times as well. I specifically remember the play you're talking about too.there was another play where Trey was on his way to the QB, and the left tackle grabbed him by the collar and dragged him to the ground. also no flag. it's maddening.
I'm surprised you don't see guys with dreads getting their hair yanked more often since it's completely legal to even tackle them by the hair.I remember one play where the Bucs player grabbed Cam by a handful of locs and was pulling on him.
I was surprised that guy had a hand left after the play.
And yet, our o-line can be called for holding 20 something times already this season?Cam's a victim of his own dominance. The opposing olineman could be called for holding at least 50% of the snaps. But the officials won't call it that frequently. It has to be some really egregious holding to get called unfortunately.
It is ONE-SIDED!I am definitely not an NFL is rigged conspiracy theorist but, based on the one sided ways the calls are going this year, I am thinking the refs. have us under the microscope for pushing through the PI review rule.
That's the pitiful thing about it. When I heard the commentators say there's a flag I thought "Finally! Cam was was being held right in front of the ref..sadly, we don't need it cause he got the sack anyway" ..well, I was wrong. The flag they called on us wasn't even a flag DB was within the 5 yards of making contact.That play happened right in front of the ref. The ref was staring at the play and didn't throw the flag.
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