01:57 PM ET 08.21 | Ever since the NFL began punishing players for targeting the head of opponents, defenders have dropped their target area and begun hitting ball carriers low. As a result, the likelihood of knee and ankle injuries has been on the rise and that has left offensive players unhappy with how they are being hit. It was just recently that Houston Texans safety D.J. Swearinger ended Miami Dolphins tight end Dustin Keller's season with a low hit that destroyed his knee, and Winslow isn't happy seeing his fellow offensive players subject to those kind of hits because of the NFL's rules. Winslow is just the latest player to want the NFL to protect players from low hits.