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MessagePosté le: Lun 12 Mar - 11:49 (2018)    Sujet du message: Giants.Helmet-to-helmet contactIn todays leag Répondre en citant

INDIANAPOLIS -- All Antonio Cromartie really wanted was a chance to play football this season.Lining up on a playoff contender that was one win away from the Super Bowl two years ago is an added bonus.Less than 24 hours after the Indianapolis Colts signed the veteran cornerback, Cromartie came back to the Colts complex and got right to work like hed never missed a day.I love the irony of it, Cromartie said Tuesday. Me and (Darren) Sproles, they called us Colts killers when we were in San Diego together. But Im glad Im here now.Indianapolis desperately needed someone like Cromartie to fill the void left by a rash of injuries. How much can Indy really expect from a 32-year-old coming off his worst statistical season since 2006? The Colts believe he can fit right in and be a prominent contributor.Two years ago, Cromartie made the Pro Bowl, then followed Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles to New York. The Jets signed him to a four-year, $32 million contract. While Cromartie cashed in, the Jets wound up getting just 26 tackles and no interceptions out of their investment.Naturally, New York cut Cromartie in April.The former Florida State player spent the next four months getting healthy, working out and waiting for the phone to ring as rumors swirled about a hip injury. When the call finally came last Friday, he flew to Chicago and left a meeting with the Bears without a contract.Two days later, the Colts were on the phone and Cromartie got to Indy as fast as he could.The time off gave me extra time to train and get myself in shape, he said. So when the call came, I said, `Come on, lets go.Now comes the hard part: getting Cromartie up to speed. Indy doesnt have time to waste.Two-time Pro Bowler Vontae Davis sprained his ankle in practice last week and is now listed as week to week -- terminology that normally means he could be out a month. The Colts other starter, Patrick Robinson, left Saturday nights game early with an injured groin and is considered day to day.Robinsons backup, Jalil Brown, also sat out Saturday with an injured ankle, and another backup, DJoun Smith, was limited to 15 snaps last weekend as he continues recovering from knee surgery.Veteran Darius Butler would likely move into the starting lineup this weekend against Philadelphia if he can overcome a hamstring injury. If not, the Colts have six more cornerbacks who have appeared in a total of two NFL games.Its not pretty, coach Chuck Pagano said before Cromartie signed. Its a little scary right now.The addition of Cromartie might make the depth chart look more palatable. In 10 seasons, he started 133 games, has 364 career tackles and 31 interceptions -- No. 3 among all active players -- including three when Peyton Manning was playing in Indy.Injuries arent just a secondary problem for the Colts, either.Starting defensive end Kendall Langford has not returned after having arthroscopic surgery on his injured knee earlier this month. Defensive tackle Art Jones cant play until October because of a four-game suspension for violating the leagues performance enhancing substances policy.Inside linebacker Sio Moore is out with a hamstring injury and outside linebacker Robert Mathis has not been on the field for either of the Colts first two games after tweaking a knee during training camp.But with Cromartie signed and on the practice field, Pagano sounded a little more relieved.He (Cromartie) had a great workout, Pagano said. He is familiar with the terminology. Hes been in a similar system playing for Rex (Ryan) in New York, basically the same system. He started cramming last night once he got signed and got in the playbook.Game notes In addition to signing Cromartie, the Colts also signed Justin Berger, an undrafted rookie receiver, and waived receivers Marcus Leak and Andrew Opoku. ... Pagano also said Tuesday that 2013 NFL sacks leader Mathis may not play this weekend or in either of the final two preseason games.---Online:AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and AP NFL Twitter feed: www.twitter.com/AP-NFL Air Max 98 Rouge . Gather a group of friends, or find a league to join online, draft your team, set your lineup and compete in a number of different formats. Nike Air 95 Homme .B. - Sebastien Auger made 44 saves as the Saint John Sea Dogs edged the visiting Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2-1 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. http://www.airmax98.fr/air-max-98-pas-cher-france.html . "We have always prided ourselves on the way we play defence. Having two big pieces back is going to be a key for us moving forward for years to come," said Knighthawks head coach Mike Hasen. Air Max 98 Supreme Prix . Radwanska, making her debut in the Seoul tournament, hit eight aces in a match that lasted 1 hour, 4 minutes at Olympic Park tennis stadium. "It was definitely a very good match -- I was playing really good tennis," Radwanska said. Air Max 98 Grise . Now, with Game 6 set for Fenway Park and an 8:07 p.m. ET first pitch, the Detroit Tigers face the unenviable task of having to beat the Boston Red Sox twice, on the road, to advance to the World Series. On Sunday,?Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton?made it clear he is unhappy with the way he has been officiated, and the numbers prove he has a point. Newton hasnt drawn an accepted roughing the passer penalty since the 2014 season, according to ESPN Stats & Information data. And while Newton is the most contacted quarterback in the NFL over the past two seasons because of designed runs and scrambles, he isnt even getting the calls when hes a traditional passer.Newton has endured 59 hits inside the pocket over the past 1? seasons, the ninth-highest number in the league. And yet, notable quarterbacks who have been hit a similar number of times have gotten far more calls over that span --?Drew Brees (10 roughing the passer calls), Tom Brady (five), Jameis Winston (five),?Aaron Rodgers (four),?Russell Wilson (three) and Matt Ryan (two).Sure, some quarterbacks such as Brady, Rodgers and Winston?will embellish these hits and sell the penalty on contact. Thats part of the act. But similar to?Andrew Luck and Ben Roethlisberger, Newtons rare size for the position (hes listed at 6-foot-5, 245 pounds) often leads to officials treating him less like a quarterback when hes inside the pocket.?Need proof? Lets look at some examples of roughing calls that were blatantly missed on Newton and compare those hits to some that were flagged with a few of the top names at the position.Blow to the head/neck inside of the pocketIn the Week 1 opener versus the Denver Broncos, Newton took some serious hits from Wade Phillips defense. And that did create some conversation about how the league can do more to protect Newton when he is inside of the pocket.Again, Im not talking about designed runs or scrambles. When Newton tucks the ball down, he knows he wont get any special treatment from the officials. But when he is dropping back to pass, Newton should be officiated the same as any other quarterback, with an emphasis on protecting passers from late hits and blows to the head/neck area.?Heres an example from that Week 1 matchup with Broncos outside linebacker?Shaquil Barrett contacting Newtons helmet after the ball was released:With Barrett following through to rake down on the arm of Newton (a technique taught to pass-rushers at every level), he makes contact to the side of the helmet. By rule, that should be called. What really stands out from this play? With referee Gene Steratore in clean view of the contact, Barrett is still permitted to wrangle Newtons neck, with no flag being thrown.The comp: Tom BradyLets take a look at how officials treated Brady in Week 3 last season, when?the quarterbacks helmet/face mask gets contacted on an inside the pocket throw:Jaguars defensive lineman Jared Odrick?is running an?inside pressure stunt here. And like all defenders, hes taught to get a hand up when you cant get home to the quarterback. That still creates an opportunity to disrupt the throw or to bat the ball down. However, Odrick follows through and makes contact to Bradys helmet/face mask. Thats football, but its still a clear violation of the rules. And, unlike Newton, Brady gets the call.Hit below the kneesWhen quarterbacks plant their front foot to throw, they have to be protected. We are talking about serious knee and ankle injuries when defenders go low on contact or chop down through the thigh boards of quarterbacks in the pocket.?This rule is in place for a reason.During the Panthers Week 8 win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, Newton took a shot below the knees from Calais Campbell that looked nasty -- and illegal -- in real time. This is the hit that had Newton so riled up after the game:When we watch this play again, two things are clear: Campbell was not pushed into Newton by a blocker, which would have negated a penalty; and Campbell goes below the knees on contact. That puts Newton in an adverse position when he releases the ball. Think of the stress being put on his knee when he is folded back. As the quarterback said after the game: I could have torn an ACL. That was the breaking point for me. This was an easy call to make, and the officials whiffed again.ddddddddddddhe comp: Aaron RodgersIn Week 10 of the 2015 season, Rodgers took almost the same hit from Detroit Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah. Take a look:The initial contact from Ansah is a little higher when compared with Campbell, but we are seeing the same action on the wrap/finish from the Lions defensive end. And just like Newton, Rodgers is in a position where his knee/ankle is at risk. He gets folded under and is lucky to escape without a busted-up knee. But the difference here is that Rodgers gets the call, as he should, according to the rules.Helmet to the chestWeve all seen quarterbacks get calls that straddle the line between legal and illegal. And as a former defensive player, I always felt quarterbacks would, more often than not, get the benefit of the doubt. The hit below -- levied last season by former Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins?on Newton -- falls within that grey area. Personally, I think this is good football and a legal blow. Jenkins avoided contact to the quarterbacks head/neck and used his pads to deliver a blow to Newtons shoulder/midsection:A big hit? No doubt. Jenkins does drop the crown of his helmet a bit on contact, but with Newton opening his chest to throw the ball, the Giants defensive tackle is in the proper position to deliver a shot to the target zone.But you and I both know that a ton of quarterbacks of Newtons stature get borderline calls like this, especially ones that look so violent at full speed.The comp: Russell WilsonLast season, Wilson took a shot from Rams defensive end Robert Quinn?in the season-opener that was in that same grey area:You could argue that Quinn is too high on contact, but he is targeting the shoulder pad of Wilson as the quarterback releases the ball. I see this as a clean hit, with a wrap on contact. But as we so often see, Wilson gets the superstar treatment from the official watching on. Quinn gets dinged for roughing the passer on a hit that looked pretty similar to the one Newton took versus the Giants.Helmet-to-helmet contactIn todays league, helmet-to-helmet contact is almost an automatic call. We see it every Sunday with wide receivers and defensive backs on throws in the middle of the field. Defenders have been forced to adjust and lower the target zone.The helmet-to-helmet emphasis usually gets ratcheted up to another level when a quarterback is on the other end of the blow. But Newton got no such treatment on this?Von Miller?strip/sack in Super Bowl 50:Miller wins on the edge and has a clear path to Newton. But instead of lowering his target zone and going for the strip, Miller leads with his helmet and makes clear contact to the head of Newton. In real time, I didnt really notice it given the magnitude of this play. Miller gets the ball out, and the Broncos recover it in the end zone to push their lead to 10-0 over the Panthers in the first quarter. Its a heck of an all-around play from Miller to win off the edge and get the ball out. But when we go back and focus on how the league is officiating Newton, this is a bad miss for the league on the games biggest stage.The comp: Aaron RodgersIn Week 15 last season, Rodgers took a helmet-to-helmet shot from Cardinals defensive back Jerraud Powers. The crown of the helmet drops and Powers make contact with Rodgers headgear/face mask:With Rodgers helmet coming off at the end of his play, the refs are going to throw the flag. Even without seeing the initial hit, that sight alone is going to draw a penalty on Powers. But this goes back to the discussion on Newton. We can say that the Powers hit is more violent, and he catches some of the face mask on contact. Maybe that makes is a more clear call for the refs before the Packers quarterback loses his lid on the turf. But as Rodgers gets another call, Newton is left to wonder why the league isnt giving him the same protection as the rest of the top quarterbacks in the NFL. 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