http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-03-06/furner-fumes-over-chin-strapping/3871372 Furner fumes over 'chin-strapping' Melbourne Storm has been accused by the Canberra Raiders of targeting its players' chins in the weekend's round one clash. The Raiders have reportedly asked the NRL to review footage where Storm players appear to be pushing Raiders players' chins sidewards during a tackle. Canberra coach David Furner is thought to have identified six instances where Storm defenders made questionable tackles. The practice is known as "chin-strapping" and makes it painful for an opposing player to keep moving forward. ''My concern is the players and it's got to do with the head and the chin,'' Furner told the Canberra Times. ''They're pulling the chin across with their hands. I could see they were slowing us down by using this technique.'' The Storm have previously been criticised for other controversial wrestling-influenced tackling techniques. Last season's Dally M medal winner Billy Slater, whose dramatic leap and touch down ultimately put the game beyond the Raiders, has escaped punishment for a high tackle on Josh Dugan during the season opener.