Saints RB Alvin Kamara was instantly knocked woozy by Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith. But the hit was missed. The NFL could have used replay to fix the issue.
The hit on Alvin Kamara was a textbook example of a hit that needs to be flagged. The NFL has taken steps to make the game safer, including implementing a new rule this offseason that penalizes helmet-to-helmet hits. But we’re still seeing referees miss easy calls that should flagged.
On Thursday night, Saints running back Alvin Kamara took a brutal hit from Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith that left him stumbling as he tried to get off the ground.
@NFL The @A_kamara6 hit to the head on play......
Last Saturday, the San Francisco 49ers cut Reuben Foster after he was arrested for domestic violence for the second time in a calendar year. The Washington NFL team picked him up off of waivers just two days later. The following Friday, a video emerged of Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt shoving and kicking […]