Is there a debate about the hit? Sure there is. I personally feel that Anthony Barr knew the ball was out and didn’t have to drive Aaron Rodgers to the ground.
I will also say this again. I don’t think it was an illegal hit. Rodgers was out of the pocket, you can hit the hell out of him if you have an opportunity.
But we all knew the ball was gone. Barr knew the ball was gone, although he’ll likely never say so. There was no reason for the follow-through that occurred. Most guys would have delivered a nice shove. Not Anthony Barr, though.
His action after the throw makes me believe he was purposely trying to injure Aaron Rodgers. And hell, doing so is the only way the Minnesota Stinkings have a shot at winning the division anyway.
Must be pure coincidence, though.
Anthony Barr doesn’t think Anthony Barr is a dirty player.
“I don’t play dirty,” Barr said, via Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press. “We don’t preach that around here. It’s unfortunate, the injury. I hate to see anybody get hurt.”
“I think it’s a dirty play in some people’s eyes because of the injury. I think if he gets up we’re not having this conversation,” Barr said.
Yeah, but he didn’t get up, did he shitbag?
Actually, he got up and cursed you out for your shitbaggery.
And that’s because you’re a dirty shitbag.
The Minnesota Vikings drafted you, so, of course!
Anthony Barr has been a headhunter since college. And nothing illegal or dirty about this hit, but tell me it isn’t a pattern?
They say Barkley was never the same after this hit. I believe it.
Do you know what’s interesting there? Brutal hit, of course, but Barr stares down at Barkley and nods his head. Like he’s saying, yeah, I meant to do that. He also led with his helmet. You can clearly see that on the replay. Drive the helmet into the back of a player who doesn’t see you coming = intent to injure.
Usually if you’re a piece of shit, you’re always a piece of shit.
Anthony Barr is a fucking piece of shit.
And go ahead and debate me on that…