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Old 10-12-2007, 11:52 PM   #13
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Default Re: M. Strahan calls Ward & M. Harrison dirtiest players

Mike Strahan is a beast.

Harrison is dirty, he'll cheap shot you any chance he gets. You guys remember Deuce's hammy injury in the 2004 season? Harrison tackled him and after they went to the ground, Harrison punched Staley's hammy. It was shown on replay and it clearly showed Harrison going after Deuce's hammy after the tackle.

Hines Ward is dirty in the sense that he loves to hit. If he wanted to, he could be a dominant enforcer at saftey. He's always looking to block someone downfield, he plays with a defensive mindset. Sometimes he'll get overzelous and will hit someone after the whistle, like in the Cleveland game when he obliterated that Clowns DB. But for the most part he plays to the whistle and will knock your block off.

Remember the 2005 game against the Pats when Randle El lateraled the ball the Ward and it ended up being a fumble recovered by the Pats? Hines didn't catch the lateral because he wasn't looking for the ball, he was looking to de-cleat a Patriot defensive player.

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