NFL Horse Collars Roy Williams

The NFL has suspended Dallas Cowboys safety Roy Williams for one game for his third horse collar infraction this season.Williams has incurred $27,500 fine in fines for two such penalties earlier in the season – $12,500 for one against the Bears, and $15,000 for another against the Bills. This time around, Williams dragged Eagles QB Donovan McNabb down by the back of his shoulder pads on a second-and-10 in the first quarter of Sunday’s game. Earlier today, coach Wade Phillips said he didn’t feel like Williams’ transgression warranted a suspension.

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Wade Phillips is a jackass. Of course Williams deserved to be suspended. It is a dirty tackle, from a dirty player. The NFL made the rule just because of him, and he still continues to do it. Maybe if he was not such a fat piece of garbage, he could have the speed to be in position to make a proper wrap up tackle.

I really hope Horse Collar Williams gets hit by a bus.

Here is the video clip of the play dirty tackle:

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  • thelandryhat

    This isn’t a horse-collar tackle. That’s why the coach is a bit upset. I don’t expect an Eagles fan to understand and comprehend the rules, but a horse-collar tackle is when you grab inside the neck area of the pads. He is clearly grabbing the back os his jersey in the mid back area. Not illegal. Please make a correction.

  • Ian

    I did edit it, but only to add the video of the play. IT is clearly a horse collar tackle. What he did is basically the definition of the rule.

  • thelandryhat

    Ha. It doesn’t matter. I feel better now. Eagles officially eliminated. Bye bye. rebuild time.