On the 27th, for the purpose of protecting the quarterback, the NFL will make the rules of the roughing the passer more strict, as long as it falls to the quarterback if one falls to the ground and fine with a penalty. This rule caused a lot of controversy and even caused the player to be injured.
In a defensive, in order to prevent himself from being attacked by Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, Dolphin defensive end William Hayes suffered a knee injury and a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Put in the injury reserve list. Carl has something to say about it.
"I hope he can press directly on me instead of tearing the anterior cruciate ligament (in order to dodge)." Carl said, "No one wants to see someone tearing the anterior cruciate ligament, I don't want it."
Carl, who has this idea, deserves to be praised, but the rules are not written by him.
The NFL is also aware of the adverse effects of this rule. After many stars scream, the Alliance Competition Committee will hold a regular meeting to see if it can make the rules more reasonable and not conflict with the correct cuddling skills.