ANIMATED: Aaron Craft Tries A Cut Block

Aaron Craft is the kind of player that's just going to annoy his opponent all game long. He's going to frustrate them while pulling some ridiculous things out of nowhere. Whether he's diving into the seats or making one of those little plays that gives his team an edge, Craft simply finds a way to make others mad -- not that it's a bad thing.

So it shouldn't be a surprise that he tried a cut block.

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I mean, yeah, we can play it off and act like Craft was falling, but this was so blatant. He clearly was trying to cut off Jeff Withey by diving at his ankles. And you know what? Ain't nothing wrong with it either.

Later, he came up with this nice hustle play, making a clean strip, as well.

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