- Apr 27, 2006
- Reaction score
After seeing Nalen go low on Olhansky and Olhansky's subsequent reaction to the play, I'm lead to believe that most defensive players resent whatever rule allows it. I'm not sure, but it seems like Denver knows what they're doing is dirty (but within the rules) and therefore their offensive line does not talk to the media, as they know that most media questions would surround this subject...its tough to answer questions defensively about putting other players in danger. I think Olshansky had all the right in the world to smack Nalen. Denver has got to be the dirtiest team in the league. Shanahan is one of the dirtier coaches. It seems like he tests the limits with all the rules concerning injury notification each year too. Can someone enlighten us on why this style of cutblocking is still allowed?