JOY TAYLOR: Shannon, should Alonso be suspended for that game?
SHANNON SHARPE: Hell, yes, and for multiple games. Danny Trevathan got two games with no history of being late. Now, he appealed that-- of being dirty. He appealed that, got it reduced to one.
Kiko Alonso got a history of this. He hit Brian Hoyer the exact same way on a quarterback slide. Not only did he knock him out of the game, he knocked him out of the season.
SKIP BAYLESS: Hm, well, I don't think he's ever been fined or suspended.
SHANNON SHARPE: Doesn't matter. Has he done something like this before? If the quarterback is giving himself up, you better treat it like before the game. When those planes fly over, you better do a fly-over. Not only did he hit him late, he hit him in his head, Skip! That's the whole purpose.
He-- once he goes into that slide, hit him in his body, I can see, but you hit him in his neck and shoulder. You hit him in his head. Let me ask you a question. They hit Tom Brady, what's going happen like that?
SKIP BAYLESS: When would Tom Brady ever try that?
SHANNON SHARPE: Oh, so--
SKIP BAYLESS: Never ever.
SHANNON SHARPE: So Tom Brady has never slid? Never given himself up?
SKIP BAYLESS: He's not going to try for a first down. He might try for the goal line.
SHANNON SHARPE: Skip, Skip, you being so disingenuous right now. You make it seem like Tom Brady is God. Tom Brady has ran for first downs. Tom Brady has slid and given himself up.
SKIP BAYLESS: Well, he is God. We know that, but go ahead.
SHANNON SHARPE: But anyway, he's going to be suspended multiple games. You can't hit the quarterback in the head. You can't hit him once he gives himself up. I would be shocked if he doesn't get three games, he appeals it, and comes down--
SKIP BAYLESS: Three games?
SHANNON SHARPE: Three games, he appeals it, comes down to two. He has a history of this. Go pull the tape in which he hit Brian Hoyer the exact same way.