Lions defend low hit that injured Tyler Higbee as NFL instructs.

On Sunday night, Lions safety Kerby Joseph delivered a low hit on Rams tight end Tyler Higbee, causing him to sustain what is believed to be a major knee injury. Joseph has been criticized for his low hit, and Higbee has been critical of Joseph's decision to commit the hit. 

On the other hand, Joseph and his colleagues claim that the league administration has directed players to go low in an effort to decrease the number of concussions that occur.

Alex Anzalone, a linebacker with the Lions, said on social media that "it's how the league office asks us to tackle." Matthew Stafford should not have left his receiver grasping for a throw across the middle and exposing his body in such a manner, according to Anzalone, who pointed out what happened.

As Anzalone put it in his writing, "My point is that it's a legal hit." It's a sport that's both hazardous and brutal. When a defensive end is blinded on a run play, it is permissible to cut block him at full speed. To protect his own player, the quarterback ought to be aware that he should not throw this ball. 

As I have already stated, I do not wish for anyone to sustain an injury in the field. Lions' protection That sentiment was mirrored by C.J. Gardner-Johnson.

Gardner-Johnson was quoted as saying, "If anybody on the Rams feels like it was dirty, well tell his quarterback don't put the ball in a place where he gets his player hurt

Using social media, Joseph expressed his concern for his brother and his family, saying, "I'm praying for bro and his family. I don't have any intention to hurt anyone or harm their career.

An regrettable injury occurred, but it was not one that was intentionally caused.

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