I love that the karma the Saints have been bring on themselves for a few years has caught up with them. It hit them big time. Gregg Williams is a perfect example of people taking the "well its a physical sport" tactic way too far.
On behalf of Niner Nation....Gregg Williams, suck one!
While I agree that this is not acceptable practice, the only thing I heard out of the norm was regarding Vernons ankles and Crabtrees ACL. Defensive coordinators have always encouraged their players to hit guys in the head, especially the QB.
Ban hell. I dont care if it came out he did this to the Lions, Packers, Seahawks, whoever. Ban him first, jail him second. This man has no place in society. Winning a game is more important than someones well being, livelihood, the rest of their lives? WTF. Put him in prison where he can find out what real pain is. a$$hole.
Part of William's talk is jjust motivating the defense. On that level I can understand his purpose. Then he talked about specific player and specific part of bodily injury. That's just shocking. And the calmness of which he spoke, like it's part of the weekly game plan
The ironic thing is, our defense was the one that came out putting the hurt on them in a legal competive way.
Any chance that the Saints have to give us draft picks? As I recall we had to give the Bears a 5th round for tampering with Lance Briggs. We didn't even sign Briggs. They tried to target and injure specific body parts of our star players in order to take them out of the game and possibly end their careers. Thats a tad worse than talking to another team's player before an arbitrarily set date.
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