• Ryan Clark: Victor Cruz shied away from being hit

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Nov 9, 2012
    There was no contact with Cruz’s head or neck, and Clark didn’t hit Cruz anywhere with Clark’s helmet. On Sunday, Steelers safety Ryan Clark applied a textbook hit to Giants receiver Victor Cruz in the end zone.  “The reason I don’t regret it, later on in the third quarter, Victor Cruz had the opportunity to catch a crossing route where Eli Manning threw it leading it toward me, and he kinda stuck one hand up and fell down,” Clark said. In an appearance on NFL Network’s “NFL Total Access,” Clark said he had no regrets. “I feel like because guys know if they come in here, 25 is still going to strike you, he’s still going to continue to play football the way he’s played it, and actually within the rules.” Giants Nation did Cruz shy away from contact after the hit? Does he need to toughen up? And what are your thoughts on the penalty? It was the right decision, highlighting the fact that the officials made the wrong decision.
    • No fine for Ryan Clark

      On Sunday, Steelers safety Ryan Clark applied a textbook hit to Giants receiver Victor Cruz in the end zone.  There was no contact with Cruz’s head or neck, and Clark didn’t hit Cruz anywhere with Clark’s helmet. But Clark inexplicably was flagged

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