He was of the few on defense who's played well the last 2 weeks.
His statement is indicating he is aiming somewhere around around the knees. He is not targeting them specifically. His statement insinuates he is just hitting low. And that is exactly what he meant. If he actually said "targeting the knees" that would indicate he is actually trying to hit the knees specifically, which we all know no player is doing intentionally. And he did not say that. He said "area."
The thread title is misquoting him. Which the sport, Harrison, or the Steelers don't need. The title is misleading in that it could predispose the audience to thinking he is actually targeting other players knees. I don't mean to argue, I just wanted to bring that to everyone's attention.
I think we call all agree he has a point. The game is changing.
Kiss the ball wrap up and drive... Fundamentals of this game are being forgotten...
Considering that even if you go for the mid-section, the ball carrier dips his head to protect the ball and you hit the helmet anyway, with absolutely 0 intent, you still get the 15 and a likely fine.
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