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  If this is the hit I recall, the hitter & hittee met heads about a foot or less off the ground, where it's a lot tougher to control the exact target zone. A lot less force applied at that level too than up higher where guys are meeting at high speed. And maybe the refs are making up for some of last years calls... ::)

The only questionable call on Goldson last year was the Cumberland defenseless receiver penalty in week one.The rest were legit infractions. This dude is hardly a victim. He got away not getting fined last year in the Miami game where in between plays he headbutted a player who was without a helmet. He should have been suspended for that one. Instead, he played the following week in the ATL game, had a helmet to helmet penalty, and was justifiably suspended.

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