I'm not sure why no one is picking up on this. The hit on Hines was obviously helmet to helmet. The fact that the refs called a dropped ball after a review proves that he was defenseless when he was hit. So...quick question - what is the rule? I thought it was a helmet to helmet hit on a defenseless receiver. I understand the refs not throwing a flag when the challenge was whether or not Hines had possession. But the guy who hit him better get a fine, even if it was not intentional (It clearly was not - but rules are rules). I'm really just pissed that we got our asses handed to us and since I hate the Pats I want them to suffer at least a little. The whining by the Pats after the game that we were hitting after the whistle is a brilliant ploy to take attention away from this obviously illegal hit and focus back on the "dirty play" of the Steelers.