We've seen teams with questionable O-lines use cut blocks to even the playing field. How would you feel if the Dolphins started doing it. I personally think cut blocks are the most underhanded plays in football. Thoughts?
But it has been effective. Atlanta and the Broncos have had success with it. Do we want a winner so bad that we would accept it??Alien said:i wouldnt like it, i doubt we need it anyway, many of our lineman are above 320 and dont need to cut blick with their size, i hate cut blocks too, i never use them, if you cant push that man out of the way or keep him away from the qb, hes the better player and you shouldnt use a cheap movie to chance injuring another player.
I agree 100%. But some people on here are willing to accept anything for a win. I just want to see what people would accept it.Alien said:no, i would not accept it even for a win, i know its football and injuries can happen easily but theres no need to increase the chance with cut blocks that hurt the knees, legs are harder to repair than your arms or chest and tearing of the knees could impair a person for life, i see no honor in cutblocking, its a cheap method that although it breeds success, it can ruin some player's careers.
Megatron said:But it has been effective. Atlanta and the Broncos have had success with it. Do we want a winner so bad that we would accept it??
Just what I'd expect from the likes of you Don.:tongue:DonShula84 said:If we won with it bring it on
Because it's cheap and risks hurting players.Vol&dolfan said:If it's legal then why not use it?
Megatron said:Because it's cheap and risks hurting players.