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NFL Betting: Phil Taylor wants to let go of the spitting incident
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 2 January 2014 11:56
NFL betting fans were glad to know that on Thursday, the Cleveland Browns’ Phil Taylor did not bite when he was asked about the alleged Ray Rice spitting incident from the first time that his team played the Baltimore Ravens in September.
“Whatever happened in that game was that game,” Taylor said. ” I’m looking forward to this game.”
The Browns defensive lineman who’s a huge favourite with NFL betting fans and pay per head sportsbooks drew a 15-yard penalty for retaliating as he and Rice jawed after Rice was thrown because of a three-yard loss on the game’s second play. Football betting fans found out that after the game, Browns players said that Rice spit on the Browns defensive tackle, and price per head services saw how controversial this situation proved to be.
Rice said this week that his spitting was unintentional. He said that he was yelling at Taylor and that it might have seemed like he was spitting because his mouthpiece was on.
And NFL betting fans know that if it happened, it would be pretty serious.
“You’re exchanging body fluids there,” RB Willis McGahee said. “That’s different from trash talking.”
Rice said that the incident didn’t happen, and pay per head sportsbooks wonder what really took place.
“It looked as if I projected toward him,” Rice said. “But I had my mouthpiece in.”
When he was told Rice’s words, Taylor only said, “It is what it is. It’s something we’re both moving on from and getting ready for this game.”
Football betting fans saw that Taylor appeared to be so eager to let the incident go – at least publicly – that defensive coordinator Ray Horton said that he did not feel a need to talk to the player about it.
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“It’s a tough game, and it’s hard enough to play without the silliness,” Horton said. “I think both players respect each other as football players.”
NFL betting fans and pay per head sportsbooks hope that this incident fades away, and would like to see things completely settle down.