26 Jul 2007
Remember that hit Sheldon Brown laid on Reggie Bush during last year's playoffs? Well, it's on this week's SI cover and in this Eagles.com story (excerpted from SI) Brown talks about it: "He was lucky," Brown says [of Bush]. "His elbow was pinned against his body, protecting his rib cage, or else I probably would have broken his rib. What did it feel like? That collision, I Âdidn't feel nothing, because he was pretty much defenseless. It was like running through a cardboard box. Seriously. Cardboard box."
In my mind, easily the best hit of the year. And the cherry on top: nobody got hurt. (Here's the visual proof, which is sure to be taken off the YouTubes any minute now.)
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