This is a discussion on Cut Blocks and Chop Blocks and Penalties...oh, my! within the Georgia Tech Football forums, part of the Georgia Tech Sports Message Boards category; Holding I get. Clipping I understand. Chop blocks...hmmm...two guys aren't allowed to block one defender at different altitudes? This IS ...
Holding I get. Clipping I understand. Chop blocks...hmmm...two guys aren't allowed to block one defender at different altitudes? This IS football, isn't it? Okay...risk of injury, I suppose.
But cut blocks??? Why all the constant whining from defensive players about cut blocks? More fear of injury? Or simply aggravation that it's legal and effective when executed properly?
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Pretty soon they are going to outlaw tackling below the waist. Geez that leaves only below the head and above the waist, Sounds like the MLB strike zone. What a bunch of wimperers.
"Pretty soon they are going to outlaw tackling below the waist."
Our D often plays like they already have!
gtce now that's spot on and very humurous.
I think 68 points is the source of the whining.
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The ones complaining are the ones it doesn not benefit. Teams that pass block the most, with big slow lineman, don't want it. But watch a typical running play whether it is in the NFL, CFB, or HS and you will usually see someone block low.