Aaron Rodgers was upset by a hit that sidelined his star receiver Randall Cobb. That hit was considered a low blow by Rodgers, but when the media asked head coach John Harbaugh he said Rodgers’ complaints are “pretty hard for me to understand.” Harbaugh noted that Cobb caught the ball over the middle and Elam was just doing his job by taking Cobb down.
“Aaron made a good, quick throw in there and Matt is doing the best he can to try to stop that play. So I have no idea what he’s talking about,” Harbaugh said.
I see Harbaugh’s point, because it is getting harder to make a play in the NFL because anything that you do, and anything above the waist, is considered a fine.
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