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    Roger Goodell is drunk with power

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    Pittsburgh Steelers James Harrison got another fine from Roger “the Godfather” Goodell this Thursday. One has to wonder if Goodell is power tripping to avoid future lawsuits for the NFL? Of course he is drunk with power, that’s why the league has gone ***** the past two weeks.

    Regardless James Harrison, you are officially my favorite player in the NFL right now. I love the way you perform your Mortal Kombat finishing moves on a weekly basis on unsuspecting wide outs and MVP‘s. If that hit on Drew Brees last Monday had put him on a stretcher and put him on IR; it would have been worth the 20K fine. Harrison is as close to a trained assassin I have ever seen in the league. Harrison, tell me you don’ care about the fines and will continue to mash brains…..Brees “GET OVER HERE!”

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    Spineless from the start, gets his *** kicked from the Art
    Circus comes to town, he lays the hammer down
    Please, please
    Spreading his disease, ****ing up our football
    Knees, knees
    falling to your knees, raping the NFL
    He will

    Time for rules, time for fines
    Time to kiss the game goodbye
    Send him money, send him green
    and overseas they'll play
    Extend the season by two games
    Then playoffs in Pompeii

    Bow to Roger Goodell

    Marvel at his tricks, need your Sunday fix
    Blind devotion came, bastardized the game
    Chain, chain
    Join the endless chain, taken by his glamour
    Fame, Fame
    Infection is the game, stinking drunk with power
    We see

    Time for rules, time for fines
    Time to kiss the game goodbye
    Send him money, send him green
    and overseas they'll play
    Extend the season by two games
    Then playoffs in Pompeii

    Bow to Roger Goodell

    Witchery, weakening
    Sees the sheep are gathering
    set the trap, advertise
    now you follow

    Lie.
    Write drunk, edit sober - Ernest Hemingway

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    Default Re: Roger Goodell is drunk with power

    I'm watching the Colts/Eagles game right now and Goodell's influence has shown up big time in this game. There was a pass down field to Austin Collie who actually caught the ball and took a couple of steps with it. He got hit by two guys on the play and got hurt pretty bad. There was some helmet to helmet by the one guy, but Collie had the ball in his possession before the hit. They threw a flag on the play for unnecessary roughness. They said it was hitting a defenseless receiver! WTF? He had the ball running with it! That's not a defenseless receiver! And even if they try and say helmet to helmet, Collie had the ball in his possession, like I said, so the helmet to helmet is allowed there. Plus, it SHOULD have been a fumble on the play, since the ball was knocked out. Instead of a fumble and Eagles ball, since they recovered it, the penalty gave Indy a 1st down and they eventually got a TD on the drive!

    Earlier today, I was watching the Dolphins/Ravens game and I saw 2 different times Henne going into his slide and getting hit by a defender. Isn't that supposed to be a personal foul? Since when can you hit a QB going into a slide? The one hit, he had already completed his slide when he got hit. Has that rule somehow changed? I understand that it's hard to stop yourself in that situation. Shouldn't that apply to a defender going after a WR over the middle too? The inconsistency of these rules drives me crazy too! If Henne gets hurt on either one of those then it's probably a penalty. Since he didn't get hurt, nothing! Collie got hurt so they threw a flag. If he bounces back up, they probably throw nothing. Doesn't change anything about the hit itself on either play.

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    Default Re: Roger Goodell is drunk with power

    There were some helmet to helmet hits during the Lions/Jets game. It'll be interesting to see if there are any fines out of that game. If there aren't, I just chalk it up to ole Nut Sack being his same old inconsistent self.

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