ESPN's SportsNation Weighs In On McClain's Fine

BALTIMORE MD - DECEMBER 05: The Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers look on while tight end Heath Miller #83 of the Pittsburgh Steelers is tended to on the field after being injured during the third quarter of the game at M&T Bank Stadium on December 5 2010 in Baltimore Maryland. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)

Check out ESPN's SportsNation by clicking on the link below and check out how the nation voted about the fine that the Baltimore Ravens Jameel McClain received for his illegal hit on the Pittsburgh Steelers' Heath Miller in Sunday night's 13-10 loss.

37 percent of SportsNation viewers think that the NFL fining Jameel McClain $40K for his hit on Heath Miller was too much.
 
SportsNation co-host Colin Cowherd thinks it wasn’t enough, "Of all the hits I’ve seen this season this is the one where I thought somebody could have a spinal injury for life. The eyeball test tells me forty grand is not enough."
 
However, co-host Michelle Beadle thinks the fine is the proper amount, "I don’t think the hit was malicious, I don’t think it was intentional and I think forty grand is just right."

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