Geno Smith Exposes 'Dirty Play' That Left Him Injured 

Geno Smith got hurt due to a questionable tackle by Isaiah Simmons of the New York Giants

Smith injured his knee, had to leave the field, and missed two sets of plays

Smith criticized the tackle, calling it "dirty" and stressing the need to address such behavior in football

Despite the injury, Smith returned to the game in the second half and received a penalty for taunting

Smith's final stats for the game were 13-of-20 passing for 110 yards and a touchdown

Seahawks' coach Pete Carroll was concerned about the dangerous nature of the tackle and suggested it should have been reviewed

The Giants defended Simmons, claiming the tackle was clean and within the rules

Simmons emphasized that no one intended to hurt anyone, and their focus was on playing hard to win