The league and suspensions too much too little too late?
In the wake of the current media circus surrounding all the thugs in the Nfl who apparently believe they dont have to obey the laws that the rest of america has to. Maybe its my hard nose conservative attitude about what I consider to be pretty ignorant crimes. I dont quite understand why people actually believe its the leagues responsability to babysit grown men, Nor do I feel its the leagues job to reform them. Some where along the linewe seem to have forgotten that playing childs game and making millions of dollars to do so, should always be treated for what it is a priveledge. And that privledge can and should be revoked at any time you dont want to act like a responsable citizen. Listen retards if you dont want to be a role model to my kids thats fine, Id just as soon my kids didnt look up to you, But what about your own? Who is going to be a role model for them? I understand that young men make mistakes I made a couple of my own, But to patronize these morons who make millions of dollars, and sympathize for them like they are owed something more then any other american citizen is bullsh*t. These men make millions of dollars theycan affordtheir own counceling they can afford their own accountants and I dont think they need league subsidized baby sitting, I also feel the team that brings these kinds of players into the league should still have to pay the salarys of these social retards, Thier salary should be allocated to charitys that support the TRUE victims of these crimes,
The team should still have to participate as if that player were still on the roster, Therefor if they have 8 people on suspension, I wont mention any team names, then they should have to compete without replacing those players, those players should remain active, Then maybe we would see true reform, I guarentee that teams would think twice about giving a roster spot and a huge money contract on the pac man jones even if he may be a missing peice to the trophy, These players should have to pay for their own reform school after all I thought that is why we make them wait 3 years to become pros so these guys can mature physically and mentally, If the Nfl is going to continually market these players as role models then they should at some point make sure that they truly are worthy of such a honor. Lets face it all these cowards who dont want to be role models can always go to work at mac donalds,