Discussion in 'Artwork Zone' started by LaTunaNostra, Aug 2, 2004.
Hey Ditka, atleast feign interest!
Rogers that cheater!
Ditka doesn't appear too pleased at how well Parcells says Levitra is working for him.
Absolutely GREAT pictures!! They put you right on the field and in the middle of the action. Makes you wanna throw a block or or dive for the pass or sumpthin'.
My compliments to the photog and a great telephoto lens.
Keep 'em comin' girl, don't stop now, you're way ahead.
Actually, that's legal as long as you are locked up like that, but you can't do that from the side or go past the front of the torso.
Eh, you beat me to it. I was gonna go with "So, Mike, Levitra really helps you THAT much?".
Righto BZ. It happens on every play.
Atta boy Rogers
Reshard Lee and Julius Jones. Lee looks like a brick-house
Hilarious Jacs. Where do you find all these smiley faces?
Rogers looks pissed as hell. It'll be good to have someone with fire on the line.
Their is a difference between it being legal and it not being called.
No the rules allow that to happen.
Over the years it went from forearms with closed fists, to pushing with the hands, to locking up on the front of the torso.
It is not holding to be engaged and pushing. Engaged and pulling IS holding. Engaging from the side or back is holding. Engaging past the front of the torso is holding.
What Rogers is doing in that photo is legal BY RULE.
I hate to critique your photo skills again, but how is he pushing when the jersey is being stretched so much?
He is extending his arms up and out keeping the defensive player away. It's the same motion you push used on a blocking sled.
From the NFL Rulebook
They allow an open hand punch but no where does it say they are allowed to grab the jersey.
He looks like Hulk Hogan
Are you an official?
The last line is the KEY, if it restricts movement. It's a term called advantage/disadvantage. What Rogers is doing fits within the rules, the grabbing of the jersey is incidental UNLESS it goes beyond the frame or restricts the defenders movement.