Honestly, the only rules mentioned apply to Cowboys players and Tom Brady. The NFL and its teams have proposed a dozen new rules for overtime, instant replays, side kicks and double passes for the 2021 season. The possible new rules will be voted on at owners` meetings in May. “I kind of accepted that. A lot of quarterbacks running, you try to make yards and that`s great, and at the same time you`re prone to big shots. Whether it`s a flag or not, or a punishment, many rules have changed over the years. But from a quarterback`s perspective, I think it`s always better to try to be available for the team and take risks/rewards and so on. Again, no one likes it when someone gets hurt. From my own experience, I do my best to avoid such big hits. Art Briles, Urban Meyer. Durkin. They all need to have rules that are permanently attached to them. So why not just say that OL players must have numbers between 50 and 79, that attacking players cannot have these numbers, and these are the only rules for numbers? Apparently, a few years later, no one remembers these things anyway. The Horse Collar Tackle was called the king williams rule (the year after he broke TO`s leg). One RB who grabbed the defender`s face mask was called the Marion Barber rule (after a few years of destroying defenders with his stiff arm). Blowing up the game to death when the headset falls was known as the Jason Witten Rule (a year after his famous Sunday (or Monday?) Night game against Philly, in which he rumbles several meters without a helmet). But no one called these rules such things for a few years after their introduction. See the comment above about “the Brady Rule” – which you actually had the most stamina, if I remember correctly, so I`m surprised that journalists call this proposed new rule that way and not, say, the Brady 2 rule or so. But how many did Tom Brady get in 650 attempts? Changing the coss toin into a position game on the field also seems more unusual to me. Coaches are too stubborn and conservative to say anything other than “25.” The reason you “can`t beat” Tom Brady is because of his supernatural conscience and pocket presence — not an NFL-led referee conspiracy. Anyway, when the 2009 rule was passed, the outrage was swift and furious. The never-ending debate about the sweetness of football (and extrapolated to America as a whole) has intensified. Tom Brady`s vehement hatred has intensified in the mocking name of the new RTP article: “the Tom Brady Rule” – a rule declared the end of football. For starters, it`s important to note that a “bullying the smuggler” call is rarely invoked in an NFL game. From the data I had from 1994 to 2019, RTP was mentioned 0.34 times per match~ or about 1 every 3 games. It was expected that any average quarterback in the league would get one call every .17 games in total from 1994 to 2019 and .19 times per game from 2009 to 2019. Brady only got an RTP call every .14 game after the infamous rule that bears his name was added. My biggest concern with this rule change is how much penalties are tilted towards the offense, so refs play a big role in every “to the side” attempt. In response to There is always the Calvin. by LionInAZ As I write this, the thought is coming: maybe the NFL should adopt these nicknames. The illegal contact call seems clinical and uninteresting. Replace it with “Joe Rizzo! Number 36. Five yards, always second. Please, please save the world from your ignorance and stop cursing Tom Brady every time RTP is called. With 1:50 left in play, Brady and the Pats had the ball at the Raiders` 42-yard line with 13-10 and no timeouts, star cornerback Charles Woodson made a flash that Brady didn`t see (both were teammates at the University of Michigan), the quarterback was hit by the defensive back after regretting releasing the ball for a pass. and when he moved his arm to his body, Woodson caused a fumble that essentially ended the game. The story of the 2001 Raiders and Patriots division round game And he was right. Once that injury happened, the story of the 2008 season for the Patriots was that it was over before it started. The welcome didn`t matter. The fumble didn`t matter. The game didn`t matter. Tom Brady had torn up the ACL and the MCL. More than 7 minutes and 22 seconds after launch. Above. Justin Fields was pic.twitter.com/9LeNfFcc4z but the piece was revised and the call changed to the “Tuck Rule”, a previously little-known rule that was: just let them wear anything. Always just a problem when you remove >47 numbers, which in itself is a completely different convo The RTP obviously shouldn`t help the Patriots specifically. It was not necessarily a question of encouraging offences. It was not a political program to weaken football. It was about keeping an eye on you by protecting all your QBs – not just Tom Brady. Micah Hyde, who plays the role of the arrogant ignoramus who talks a lot and thinks very little, explained to reporters his stream of asinine and thoughtless consciousness: Due to his tendency to collect RTP calls, the website from which this data was accessed anointed Ryan Fitzpatrick as: “He can`t be touched” Those running with pure hatred of Tom Brady, like normal people, who are fed by oxygen, foamed in front of their mouths so that this excuse can be explained. His success – and therefore his meaningless achievements. For the boring and uninformed, this was just fuel for one of their favorite accusations: after this year, Brady only had two out of nine seasons in which he had calls above what the league average expected. It is safe to say that in the cumulative years following 2009, it has not benefited from the rule change since its introduction. Contrary to what some may believe, “Roughing the Passer” has been in the rulebook since 1938. Therefore, the concept of protecting the quarterback from unnecessary and irrelevant corporal punishment has long had a tradition in football. Another subsection of the rule, added prior to the 2009 season, only concerned intentional and specific dives to the knee or ankle area of a quarterback. In fact, early in my career, I had a game like this in Buffalo, where I crawled to the right side and tried to hold the ball. I tried to slide late and a guy beat me and my helmet flew away about 10 meters away. It kind of upset their entire sides. I remember coach (Bill) Belichick telling me the next day — I`ll never forget it — he said, `Hey Brady, if you want to make a career in this league, if you run like this, either you throw the ball away or you slip.` I`ll never forget how Coach Belichick told me that. Best question: how high should the chances be? The chances of recovery with a lateral kick are much lower today than they were 20 years ago, mainly due to rule changes. To me, something in the 10-15% range seems right to me, but of course there is no objective answer. It`s not as easy, as the numbers also indicate a player`s eligibility.