Originally written on Patriots Life  |  Last updated 1/22/13
This one little play has certainly gotten a lot of attention. With the final seconds of the second quarter counting down, Tom Brady scrambled, was surrounded by defenders, and then slid awkwardly with his leg going right for Reed's, umm, leg. The Patriots went on to kick a field goal while the Ravens went on to win the game. Apparently that wasn't good enough for some of them. First Bernard Pollard came out and declared that Tom Brady should be fined for this "heinous" act. Yes the very same man who has single handedly torn Brady's ACL, Welker's MCL and ACL, broke Rob Gronkowski's ankle, and concussed Stevan Ridley. That guy thinks Tom Brady sliding into Ed Reed is a terrible action. Well, apparently Brady thought it at least warranted an, "I'm sorry". CSNNE.com: "Leg is feeling alright. A little sore right now," Reed told WJZ-FM. "A little slide kick [from Brady], you know what I'm saying. But it's a tough spot the quarterback's in. You know, I understand Brady's point. Him prot...
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  • pollard should have been ruled off a long time ago . they need tofine him and suspend him .unessary ruffness for real. no they fine brady. what kind of bonus did pollard get everytime he hurt a new england patriot player. talk about the saints.
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