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Targeting Rule Challenge For All
No one argues with the intent of the targeting rule. In fact, the rule has been in place. It is to prevent defenseless players, usually receivers looking for the ball or quarterbacks looking downfield to pass, from being targeted by an opposing player for a hit to the head. If the opposing player uses the crown of his helmet or his arms or hands for the hit, it is a personal foul. To add teeth to the rule, the penalty was increased this year. Increased dramatically. In addition to the personal foul penalty, a player charged with targeting is to be ejected from the game. If the penalty is in the second half of a game, he will be unable to play in the first half of the team's subsequent game...
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