Based on principle, you have to watch this video of a CFL player getting absolutely de-cleated.  The player that gets obliterated literally goes head-over-heels.

This is one of the biggest hits that I've ever seen.  Montreal Alouettes safety Kyries Hebert blocked Hamilton Tiger-Cats wide receiver Onrea Jones following an interception on Thursday night.  Montreal went on to win the game 31-29.

By the way, why does the NFL crack down on "defenseless receivers" getting hit when they're trying to catch a pass, but not penalize players for obliterating "defenseless receivers" following an interception?  It's something that the NFL is supposed to be implementing this season. 

Look, I love the big hits.  I wouldn't want to see this huge hit in a CFL game be outlawed in the NFL just because an unsuspecting player didn't have his head on a swivel.  However, the NFL is being incredibly inconsistent if they crack down in one facet but, don't do anything in another strikingly similar facet.

Brian Noe is the Brand Manager at 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio in Albany, NY.  Brian also hosts “The Noe Show” each weekday from 1-3pm ET on WTMM.