Falcons safety William Moore is likely to receive his fourth fine of the season. He was called for a personal foul on a helmet-to-helmet hit against Seattle wide receiver Golden Tate in the first quarter. “I’m going to definitely deal with it,” Moore said. “I can’t control how they view plays. I just have to keep flying around and playing football and hope they look at it and change it during the appeal. But four fines out of a couple games, that ain’t right.” The fans booed when the replay was shown on the big screen. Moore is the Falcons biggest hitter. He's been fined for hits in games against New Orleans ($21,000) and New England ($15,750) and for another unspecified fine. "William knows that I'm in his corner 100 percent," Falcons safety Thomas DeCoud said. "When they threw that flag, I told him that wasn't the best call and to keep playing. He has to keep doing what he's doing. He has to keep being a physical player. I'm going to always be in his corner." Moore entered the game as the Falcons leading tackler. He has 75 tackles, according to coaches' film review. He was listed with six tackles against Seattle.
Fines mounting for Falcons safety William Moore
Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Nov 11