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03-21-2013, 06:21 PM
pete goegan
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Originally Posted by Mayor Bee View Post
From my perspective, the improvements in equipment over the years have taken away the "sacrifice" and "heart" involved in blocking shots. It's become the lowest common denominator; 99% of players do it well, which is a pretty good indicator that it's less of a skill than it used to be.
Sure seem to be quite a number guys limping off, though, and not a few of them are out for a period of time.

To me, it would be like legalizing pass interference in football. If there's a defensive player who can't contain a receiver, just pull him's basically a talentless play that suffocates the offense without repercussion.
Wouldn't it be more like a pass rusher putting his arms up and blocking a pass?

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