"You don't make a call like that in a situation like that, c'mon. Unless [the official] might have money on it," Pittsburgh LB James Harrison said of a questionable roughing the passer call that nearly cost the Steelers the game last Sunday against Jacksonville. Most experts agree that the call was ridiculous, and that Harrison will most likely be fined for his criticism of it. But is that fair? Why can't players speak out when they disagree with an official?
Posted by Emil Steiner on October 8, 2008 10:35 AM