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: 29, 2018 4:15 am     : Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict has quite the

He has been suspended several times for plays both during Youth Artie Burns Jersey , and after, the play. The most recent infractions came in the Week 6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers when the league fined Burfict over $100 thousand dollars for elbowing Antonio Brown in the head while defenseless, and going head-to-head on running back James Conner. Steelers fans, and many others, are growing tired of Burficts antics and wanted the league to come down hard on the talented, yet troubled, linebacker. Former Cleveland Browns tackle Joe Thomas even suggested a year-long ban for his behavior. The league decided on a hefty fine instead, although fines have done little to alter Burficts play on the field, but they did send a warning with the latest letter notifying Burfict of the loss of money in his weekly check.This per the NFL Networks Ian Rapoport:So, to recap, the NFL has told Burfict his repeated behavior wont be tolerated any longer. Thanks to this latest punishment, Burfict has brought the total amount of money he has lost to fine or suspension to a staggering $4,158,408. His complete list of fines and suspensions so far based on data from Spotrac.com. Losing over $4 million dollars hasnt deterred Burficts behavior, but the league feels this latest fine, and warning, will certainly do the trick.Albert Einstein once said doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result is the definition of insanity. I couldnt agree more.It seems in the NFL, rules were made to be broken Its only breaking the law if you get caught. This statement is most often made by someone who just got away with something. I strive everyday to be an upstanding, law abiding citizen. I believe the majority of individuals try to live within the parameters of the law http://www.steelersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-antonio-brown-jersey , because a society without laws would be utter chaos. With a survival-of-the-fittest credo, society most definitely would suffer the consequences. We might not always agree with the rules, but that doesnt mean they dont have merit. Civilization depends on the law.That being said, if were being honest, how many of us law-abiding citizens actually break the law every day? Or perhaps we skate along the boundaries of the rules, oftentimes dipping a toe into the forbidden water before quickly pulling it back to safety. I for one readily admit that Ive been guilty of such behavior.Let me explain. I routinely set my cruise control five miles an hour over the posted speed limit because I know the cops usually wont pull a vehicle over for that level of infraction. Im knowingly breaking the law and, truthfully, without a shred of remorse. I think most of us can admit to pushing the boundaries of the law at some point in our lives.True story one day I was traveling home from work on a local interstate highway when I noticed a vehicle closing in behind me rather rapidly. My mind immediately presumed cop car, seeing how I was driving over the speed limit, as Ive already admitted. Thankfully, the vehicle wasnt a cop car, but I had to chuckle when I recognized the driver of the vehicle as it went flying by. It was the pastor of a local church who was also a friend of mine. It just so happened that he was a guest speaker at our church a couple of weeks later. I approached him after the service and, with a big smile on my face, asked him if he felt it was a sin to break the law. He smiled back slightly confused and said, What? I explained I was just jerking his chain and mentioned how he had blown my doors off a couple weeks back. He just laughed and said, Oh, I remember that day. I was late for Wednesday night service.We justify our behavior when the end justifies the means. The world of sports is no different. Individuals have been trying to get a leg up on the competition since sports began. Whether its an aging pitcher taking the mound with a file in his pocket or Vaseline under the bill of his cap, a basketball player mastering his flop technique or overacting on a play trying to draw a foul, or a soccer player....just dont get me started about that insanity Stephon Tuitt Jersey , participants in all sports have looked for ways to level the playing field. Some perfectly legal, others not so much.The NFL is no different. Actually the leagues most successful franchise over the past two decades, the New England Patriots, are notorious for pushing the boundaries of the system, whether it be Spygate, drones, deflated footballs, or childishly vague injury reports. Love em or hate em, you cant argue with the results. Its not the only reason for their success, but its most definitely one of the reasons.The league is besieged at the moment with a plethora of new rules and the confusion associated with the enforcement of these rules. Some teams have been slow to adjust and have wasted their energy screaming in protest or banging their head against the proverbial wall, while the more successful franchises have looked for ways to exploit said rules. Two plays immediately come to mind, one on offense and one on defense.First is the rub play on offense. This basically illegal maneuver occurs when a legal receiver accidentally collides with a defender before the ball is in the air, purposely trying to create a successful passing play down the field for another suddenly open receiver. If executed properly, its nearly impossible to imply intent and a flag is seldom thrown. This play is basically impossible to defend and all of the most successful offensive units in the game today are utilizing some form of this play. Ive been playing close attention to the aforementioned Patriots, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the Los Angeles Rams this season, and they excel with this pick-play. Each team possesses a offensive mastermind capable of creating opportunities to utilize it and smart enough to teach their players how to execute it without getting flagged. I was going to suggest the Steelers try to utilize this play, but I changed my mind after writing the sentence. We cant even fair-catch a punt without getting a holding penalty. Trust me, I wish I was joking.The second area I feel the Steelers are failing to capitalize on lies in the techniques executed by their defensive backs. Offensive creativity is at an all-time high around the NFL. Add in the new rule changes implemented over the last few years and modern defenses are faced with a daunting task to say the least.Modern offenses have evolved to the point its almost a game of pitch-and-catch between the QB and his receivers. Somewhere on the field theres an open receiver or a glaring mismatch. Its the QBs job to identify these opportunities and deliver the ball accurately and on time. As its getting harder to disguise pre-snap schemes from a base defense Authentic Cameron Heyward Jersey , most successful defenses are focusing on disrupting the timing between the QB and the receivers. There really are no dominant defenses in the league anymore. Defenses are now measured by turnovers, splash plays, and limiting points scored against. Even a defense stacked with talented players like the Rams will regularly surrender more than 400 yards a game in this day and age. So how do some defenses achieve success in todays NFL. Quite simply, they cheat.Actually they bend the rules, utilizing excellent technique and hand placement. They immediately jam the receivers at the line, when possible, to disrupt the timing of the play. Now the big difference between the Steelers and a successful secondary like the Jaguars is what happens next. If the Jaguars DB misses the jam and the receiver gets a clean release, the DB will immediately grab the receiver before he gains separation. This might be a wrist grab, a jersey pull, or a hand on the hip. This is done ever-so-subtly to avoid drawing a flag, but better to draw a 5-yard penalty than give up a long touchdown pass. If the technique was successful and coverage has been re-established, the DB will then attempt to maintain contact with the receiver throughout the route, utilizing a grab here or a pull there. Remember, it's not a penalty if you don't get caught. Many times this technique will allow the defender to peek into the backfield to see how the play is developing behind him. The Steelers defensive backs are woefully behind the times when it comes to utilizing this technique. Joe Haden is the only DB that I can recall executing it properly.I want the Steelers to win the right way, not by any means possible. But sometimes you have to roll with the changes. Custom Minnesota Vikings Jerseys
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