To save you from having to suffer through this week's edition of trolling (http://www.mlssoccer.com/video/2013/08/27/what-make-eddie-johnson-pa-modou-kah-run-instant-replay)
MLSsoccer.com's Simon Borg dissects the clash between Seattle Sounders' Eddie Johnson & Portland Timbers' Pa Modou Kah--and cites precedent set by Johnson himself. Plus: the Conor Casey non-goal and the Blas Perez PK.
Borg quickly covers a bunch of penalty appeals and other calls, including the SJ-FCD thugfest.
Moving on to SEAvPDX, he says that Kah's 1st yellow was "pretty comparable" to Morrow's tackle and "could have been an ankle breaker, and if you endanger the safety of opponent that calls for a red."
Regarding the knee to EJ's head and potential Disciplinary Committee action against Kah, Borg cites Henry's "similar" play on Espinosa, which did get a red, then asserts that we have a more recent precedent of Johnson vs Hoppenot, a play for which the DC took no action.
Borg concludes "with that precedent, should Kah get off easy? ... That's all we have time for this week!"
So yeah... lots of words and no actual conclusions. Maybe Borg is tired of being wrong so he has stopped actually passing judgement.