[video]https://youtu.be/p6SKgwx7syo[/video] I was "Hmm, ok, that looks fine.... sounds reasonable.... sure, course...... what-the-*****" "Including when the ball carrier slips into the tackle." I'm all in favour of protecting players in vulnerable positions, but what is the tackler supposed to do if the ball carrier slips into the tackle? A common principle in law/management/any regulation that involves the most minimal degree of common sense is that the ability to make a decision must go hand in hand with accountability for the consequences of that decision. You have have a choice, then you should be aware of the potential consequences of that choice and make an informed decision weighing the pro and cons. The problem here is that i find it unreasonable for the tackler to have to factor in a potential slip from the ball carrier. Not only that, but there is nothing he can do to prevent the ball carrier from slipping. Don't even get me started on how this could be exploited the wrong way. PS: tried 5 times to embed the video but for some reason it's not working. Happy if any mod can edit the post and correct that for me. Thanks in advance.