Vernon Davis was rocked by Kam Chancellor on Sunday Night Football in one of the most vicious hits you're going to see all season long.
The San Francisco 49ers were driving down the field, already down by 14 points and knocking on the door for a score of their own, when Colin Kaepernick attempted to complete a pass to Davis, who was open on the right sideline on a wheel route.
At least, it looked like he was open, anyways.
As soon as the ball arrived for what looked to be a completion down by the goal line, Chancellor cleaned Davis' clock, dislodging the ball and sending Davis into the stratosphere.
Chancellor was flagged for an illegal hit on the play, though when you watch it in slow motion it appears he didn't lead with his helmet.
Still, the NFL isn't messing around on plays that even come close to looking like an illegal hit these days, and players have to know they're going to get flagged when they come in hot like that.
Davis was sent to the sidelines, where he was examined by team doctors.
TE Vernon Davis is questionable to return. He's being evaluated for a head injury right now.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) December 24, 2012
Was it a clean hit?
A few plays later, the Seahawks blocked a David Akers field-goal attempt, and Richard Sherman took it back for a touchdown.
When it rains, it pours, and right now, the Seahawks are pouring on a big serving of domination against their divisional rivals.
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