Yes Braith was falling. BUT, the whole reason high tackles are outlawed in the game are because they are dangerous. Not just dangerous when a player is hit in the head with and arm, but dangerous when any part of the body hits the head. The outcome of that tackle last night would have been exactly the same had Karmichael used his arm, however I dare say he would have found himself sitting the game out if he had. The NRL needs to start looking at shoulder contact with the head as much as it's looking at arm contact with the head. The rule is all about player safty and it hasn't worked when you look at Braiths nose. What are your thoughts?