Roger Goodell has rejected Harrison's appeals. I believe some of his hits were illegal, but this Sunday? Well it's a pretty controversial call. If Goodell fines Harrison this week, well it's going to be the signature in the contract, that Harrison is getting targeted by the NFL, more specifically, Goodell.
Roger Goodell sure is gonna be pissed if he has to hand that Super Bowl trophy to the Pittsburgh Steelers though. Being a Steelers fan, I have to say that he doesn't like us. He is doing all that he possibly can to keep us back. All the pro teams are. We saw it last year with the Colts. Does anybody really think that their intentions were keeping their players healthy, and throwing a 15-0 record right down the toilet. No, they didn't wanna see Pittsburgh in the Super Bowl. Not because they hate us, but because they are afraid of us. I know most of you aren't gonna like my opinions, and that's all they are is opinions, but what do you guys think?
Do you think Harrison deserved all fines (not penalties, FINES), or do you think some of those fines shouldn't have been so harsh? I mean look at it. Harrison is fined 75,000 dollars for an illegal hit. Although Johnson and Finnegan are only fined 25,000 dollars for brawling it out, right there on the field. Seymour was fined 25,000 dollars for a punch to the jaw on Roethlisberger. Chung hit took Hines Ward out of the Patriots vs Steelers game, and no fine was brought upon him.
Is it that important to the NFL, that they worry more about punishing illegal hits, then actual fighting going on in the field.
Discuss here, are the fines fair, or unfair?