Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
Kimo was not in any way shoved toward Palmer's leg by a Bengal OL--his momentum was halted by the OL and Kimo flopped himself--deliberately--at a stationary Palmer. It was a total "message-sender" of a hit.
Uh-huh. That's why the offensive lineman in the pic below is hunched over during the process of shoving Kimo down and in.
In the "hit" pic, we see the same offensive lineman turned directly towards Palmer. That happens after you've shifted your weight in order to PUSH something a different direction than it's originally going.
Kimo was going outside. The offensive lineman TURNED him with force
down and inside. Unless you're trying to re-invent physics, you can't possibly end up a place where Kimo's momentum is "stopped" at any point during that play.