Landry hit Jackson on the left leg.
Jackson's injury was to the right knee.
The picture explains all.
Can we be done now?
It wasn't a cheapshot. Stop being a homer.the hit on jackson was not dirty at all. he hit him on the thigh shoulder first.It wasn't a cheap shot. It was a legal hit. I remember some of you being the same people justifying Steve Johnson after week 1 last year on his chop block on Eric Berry as a legal play. This was just as legal.Looks like the fans have taken on the same whiny, soft, excuse laden attitude as the team and coaching staff. George Wilson is a good guy and a decent player. Landry is a mean sob and a decent player. I'll take Landry everytime.And those are quotes from Bills fans on the first page of the thread.not a helmet, it was his shoulder. and not his knee, it was his thigh. your really trying to spin this around but thats just not what happened.
Landry attacking players low like this is a result of Goodell's over zealous fines and penalties for hitting players high. I said all along, any player would rather get hit high than low... That's why teams don't hit low in practice, everything is wrapping up high. Goodell is an idiot, and this is an example of how he is ruining the game. Look what Landry has done over the course of a few weeks with these devastating, low hits. Just imagine if every player did this. F-Goodell, and cudos to Landry for following Goodell's rules and exposing their danger.
LANDRY SMASH !!!
let them eat wings
You can come back from a concussion in a week, but a knee can shelf you for a year or longer.
When a jets player is down on the field, the first thing I hope is that it's not a lower body injury.
Like I said, if everyone hit defenseless WRs low, there would be a lot more injuries than with hitting high. Stewart and Fred Jackson are wishing Landry hit them in the face rather than the legs, and that's a fact. I'm sure Revis is much happier he suffered a concussion this week rather than a knee injury.
Last edited by Gastineau99; 09-11-2012 at 09:27 PM.
NFL fined 3 Safeties for rough play last weekend. None of them named Landry!
League doles out fines for Week 1
Updated: September 14, 2012, 5:30 PM ET
Safeties Madieu Williams of Washington, Taylor Mays of Cincinnati and Rahim Moore of Denver have been fined $21,000 each by the NFL for unnecessary roughness in Week 1.
Williams made helmet-to-helmet contact with Jimmy Graham when the Saints' tight end was defenseless with about three minutes remaining in Sunday's game at New Orleans. Mays did the same to Baltimore tight end Ed Dickson in a Monday night game. Rahim unnecessarily struck defenseless Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders in the head and neck area Sunday night.
Houston defensive end Antonio Smith says he's been fined $21,000 for kicking Miami guard Richie Incognito.
Smith missed two practices this week with a sore right ankle. He says he was only retaliating when Incognito tried to twist his ankle after the whistle.
The Texans (1-0) play at Jacksonville (0-1) on Sunday. Smith practiced on Friday, and coach Gary Kubiak expects him to play against the Jaguars.
Smith said he's "disappointed" in the fine and plans to appeal. Smith was fined $7,500 last season for pulling off Baltimore guard Andre Gurode's helmet in a game against the Ravens.
"If you're going strictly by the rule book, me kicking him was breaking the rules," Smith said Friday. "But I want them (the NFL) to look at why I was kicking him, trying to get him off of my ankle. You see on the film, the moment my ankle came free, I stopped. I was just trying to get my ankle free from him mauling it."
Incognito said he was innocent of wrongdoing and argued videotape supported his contention. The NFL agreed: He wasn't fined.
"The eye in the sky doesn't lie," Incognito said Thursday.
Drawing $15,750 fines were Minnesota defensive end Everson Griffen for helmet-to-helmet contact with Jacksonville quarterback Blaine Gabbert, and Dallas tackle Tyron Smith for a horse collar tackle (Smith's fine was reported Thursday). Vikings defensive tackle Letroy Guion was fined $7,875 for roughing Gabbert.
Kansas City running back Shaun Draughn was fined $7,875 for unnecessary roughness against Atlanta, while Miami center Mike Pouncey drew the same amount for the same act against Houston.
Landry just brings so much devastation on his tackles that it's pretty easy to assume it was an illegal hit of some sort.
Bottom line - I'm glad he's in green and playing for us!
Last edited by jetstream23; 09-15-2012 at 10:38 AM.