"I just don't see the fairness," Phillips told the Houston Chronicle. "I know Dobbins hit the guy. I understand that. (But) it's his first offense. If a linebacker gets put out for the season, it's $10,000 -- but it's $30,000 if the quarterback gets hit."
"When did he get a concussion?" Phillips said. "You can't say he got it (then) for sure. When (the quarterback) is throwing the ball, you have to be careful. You can't determine if he's one yard or two yards across the line of scrimmage.
"I'm not saying the guy shouldn't be fined. I'm just saying I don't understand the fine system. Because it's on national TV and the Chicago quarterback got a concussion, now it's a big fine."