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Tyrone Shanks
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http://www.hudl.com/athlete/6103015/highlights/283285036/v2
I was able to get some local video and I was able to spot some violations.  It is not an attack against an official or a coach.  It is so many factors involved in performing.  The video shows two plays in one of those plays it was multiple violations.  The first play illustrates the horse collar tackle.  The second play shows the illegal shift and a potential pass interference. 
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I found one for the NFL for targeting. It says it all.  i could mean the firing squad if a defense player does what is done in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcfcZ1JDhJA
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This hit was text book.  From the first angle presented, the Defender did not hit with the top of the helmet and did not contact the runner above the shoulder.  Is the league saying football is not going to be that tuff.  A defensive player cannot connect with an offensive player with or without the ball in a manner with the more than probable cause of series injury or
the tackle cannot be made. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6F3fwRuEUU  As a football player you can tell if you can level a player off the ground. 
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it was some helmet to helmet.  
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Just got in from football officiating meeting.  We reviewed tape.  The things discussed false start, illegal motion, muffling loose ball during a kick, kick interference, and targeting.  I found good videos online for muffing loose ball during a kick, and illegal motion.  I will share them/.
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With the rookies to the game and guys who taken vacations and sabbaticals, you have to watch the snapper and catch the movement around him. The offense jumped so that I thought the ball was snapped. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbOzB5pfqRE
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I want to get better at posting.  I need a team.  I watched part of this video and it is excellent in explaining targeting with video examples. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BL_VQasieks
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I was not sure with some calls that were shown as example online or in our meeting.  The calls were a block in the back and the targeting.  I saw three videos online for targeting that I did not like.
NFHS
  Rule 2-20-2 provides a definition
for targeting. Targeting is an act of
taking aim and initiating contact to an
opponent above the shoulders with the
helmet, forearm, hand, fist, elbow or
shoulders. The penalty for targeting is
15 yards. The offending player may be
disqualified if the foul is deemed to be
flagrant.
Rule 2-32-16 defines a defenseless
player as a player who, because of
his physical position and focus of
concentration, is especially vulnerable
to injury.Additiona l rules coverage is
provided in Rule 9-3-3i(3)

Collegiate
Targeting and Making Forcible Contact With the Crown of the
Helmet
ARTICLE 3. No player shall target and make forcible contact against an
opponent with the crown (top) of his helmet. When in question, it is a foul.
(Rule 9-6) (A.R. 9-1-3-I)
Targeting and Making Forcible Contact to Head or Neck Area of
a Defenseless Player
ARTICLE 4. No player shall target and make forcible contact to the head or
neck area of a defenseless opponent with the helmet, forearm, hand, fist, elbow
or shoulder. When in question, it is a foul (Rules 2-27-14 and 9-6). (A.R. 9-1-
4-I-VI)
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Denver Broncos punt returner Trindon Holliday muffs the punt, allowing the New England Patriots to take over on offense.
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White hat explains the play, possession, and placement of ball. 
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Another situation is contact away from the ball and contact with or without the ball when the offensive player is not facing the player.  
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Yesterday,  I officiated youth basketball.  We went thru the same situations with the a driving offensive player being stopped with a hand on the ball and the player hand.  Everyone is yelling a violation for his or her team.   Once a defender grabs hold of that ball then he can move over to put himself in a position to take it or gain even more control of it.  
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