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Baptize them in the water out of Scarface pool,
And feed 'em from the table that held Corleone's food,
If you die, tell them that you played my game
I hope your bullet holes become mouths that say my name.
Also because this whole way the NFL has refused to present the evidence and when we DO see the evidence, it's so harmless and far, far, far under any resonable expectation for the punishment.
Plus, the NFLs case basically hinges on two guys word (that are both conflicting with one another) vs a dozen who all claim no player ever paid for someone to hurt another player. And again, where is the on the field shots? Only two hits can even come to mind and neither even managed to knock their player out of the game. Cuz the Warner back back block occured before halftime and he came back and finished the game.
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Now, why would Goodell go through all this trouble to mess with the Saints? Easy. He is trying to have something BIG to point to that would help him in the upcoming retired-players' lawsuits. He is 100% ****** there, but he is trying hard to create the image that the NFL cares about player safety, which is totally hilarious considering he voted for an 18 game season along with Thursday night football (very hard on the players' bodies). That is why he came down on the Saints so hard for "pay-to-injure" scheme, when anyone with a brain can look at the evidence and court testimony and realize that this was a simple "pay-for-performance" scheme. Totally different things. Every team in the league runs a pay-for-performance scheme of some sort.
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