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Video: DeSean Jackson and Dunta Robinson in Collision of the Year

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, October 17th, 2010
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The good news is they both are woozy but both appear to be ok.

With that being said:


I truly was worried that Jackson wasn’t going to get up after that.

There is a disagreement on if Robinson should have been flagged on the play. I say no because Robinson arrived at the same time as the ball. The collision was so violent I think that influenced the penalty.

Once again, most important thing is they both are ok even though I doubt you will be seeing either play next week.

You have to be a grown man to play in the National Football League.  It is like fighting a Klitschko.


Jackson has a severe concussion and suffered some memory loss.  I hope they are extra careful before they allow him back on the field.  Our thoughts and prayers are with him and Robinson for a speedy recovery.

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  1. skeptical at best says:

    Here's the problem I have with the "defenseless receiver" rule. As a DB, what is Robinson supposed to do in that situation? Let him catch the ball? As violent as the hit was, he did what he was supposed to do: Not let the receiver catch the ball. I'm not sure how to cut down on the violent hits, but I don't think this is the way to do it.

    • Robert Littal says:

      He wasn't defenseless, it was such a violent hit I can understand why the flag was thrown. He lowers his head, but also attempts to hit him with his shoulder. It was more of collision that a DB just launching himself into WR. Glad they are both ok, but each need to take a couple of weeks off.

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