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    • All true CBFL except that after the Falcons received a lower penalty fine for pumping in crowd noise for an infraction that violated a level playing field & the integrity of the game as well as a 2 game suspension for Mr. Rice striking his then finance in a casino elevator awhile back. Roger Goodell has shaky credibility at best right now.    I agree the CBA gives him the authority to dish out punishments. However, the perception of the Commissioner does indeed matter. And his perception is a man who overreaches & goes overboard long before the Elliot case landed on his desk.    For the record, I will always standby the 4 game Brady suspension. Perfectly justified to me. 
    •   Just becasue you aren't convicted, doesn't mean your innocent.  I wanted to avoided busting this out, but here it goes.  this from a live broadcast conference call from Peter harvay, Esq. former Attorney General of the state of New Jersey.  heard this in real time, so I knew I could find record of this at a later time if ever needed.  It is now needed.  Here is the record of the conference call (following) and my poignant takeaway-   At least the evidence that had been made public to us said that Ms. Thompson might have texted her friends to quote on quote lie about where they were. Was your conclusion more based on the photographic evidence you guys saw or was it more of a he said/she said and you just sided with her more than him?   Well it starts with he said/she said, which is why an investigation is conducted.  {snip some items}   Now, you raise a question and I don’t want to dodge it, you asked whether or not she had made a misstatement and a false statement. Yes, she did. Her false statement that was revealed was she accused Mr. Elliott of yanking her out of a car on July 21st, really it’s the morning of the 22nd, because I think it was after midnight. That did not happen. And she did ask one of her friends to tell the police that it did happen and the friend had the good sense not to do that. That is true.   But as to other statements that she made, both to the Columbus DA as well as to NFL investigators, she was absolutely truthful about them. And by the way, the Columbus prosecutor knew about that false statement and still said to our investigators that he believed her and he believed that the injuries that she articulated to the Columbus DA’s office were caused by Mr. Elliott. He just didn’t believe he had sufficient evidence to prove the case based upon the criminal standard which as you know is beyond a reasonable doubt and that’s the highest standard known to American law.   https://nflcommunications.com/Pages/CONFERENCE-CALL-RE---EZEKIEL-ELLIOTT-DISCIPLINARY-DECISION-.aspx   From where i sit, There isn't anyone that knows all of the evidence in the case that feels he didn't cause those injuries, except him and his (possibly)the NFLPA and his representative team.  Zeke cannot win. The NFL is sending a new message, and it's a new era for the NFL; and Players better get on board-   http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2726948-ezekiel-elliott-ruling-signals-new-era-for-nfl-in-confronting-domestic-violence  
    •   I think a lot of the Raider hype is simply that they're a classic team who is lovable with a lot of rich history and they have a fan base who hasn't been able to really cheer for the team in the last 15 years.    The Colts from 2009-2010 are the only team to repeat having a winning season with 8 or more nail biter close games...Usually, when a team struggles like that and has to win most their games close, they don't repeat it the next season.    Oakland last year reminded me of the 2006 or 2010 Saints...We had so many games in both those years where it came down to one possession and Brees leading them down the field to win...After 2006, we crashed hard and went 7-9. It's very hard to repeat that kind of success the next season unless the team dramatically improves. 
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