I'm not a Steelers fan but I agree with tweedle on this one. The object of the game for a defensive player is to put the guy with the ball on the ground. Harrison does it effectively and with more force than most players and this is what makes him a good player. From what I've seen he is not that dirty of a player and at least half of the hits he's been fined for were questionable. Once the QB starts running with the ball past the line of scrimmage he becomes a RB and if he doesn't want hit then he needs to slide. Intimidation is part of the game, as well it should be. Watch some NFL tapes from the 70's once and see the things they got away with. Players that were heroes back then would be kicked out of the league today.
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