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Po’ widdle Roy Williams.

The Dallas Cryboys safety…well, him be a widdle upset ’cause the Cowboys dared to release his buddy, Aaron Glenn.

When asked if he talked to anyone in the organization about Glenn’s release, Williams said Monday, “Why, I’m just going to be preaching to the choir. It doesn’t really matter. They took care of what they had to do, right.”[…]

Williams said Glenn was the Cowboys’ third-best cornerback.

“Yeah, most definitely, he’s a great cornerback for us,” Williams said. “I feel that if Terence [Newman] couldn’t play, Aaron would be the person that would have started.”

Don’t let that fool any of youse guys.  The fact of the matter is that for the last two years, anytime teams burned the Cowboys’ defense deep, the culprits were usually Williams & Glenn, as I chronicled here.  So now that Glenn’s gone, Widdle Woy Willie has no one to blame for getting burned in coverage ‘cept himself.

Welcome to Real World 101™, Roy-Willie.

Let’s launch the Perfect Football Weekend™.  Tonight, my (Fort Worth) Arlington Heights Yellow Jackets are at “home” (that is to say, a stadium called Farrington Field about three miles from campus) to take on the Birdville Hawks.  Birdville regularly manhandles Heights, and I don’t expect much different here.

Tomorrow, Turner Gill’s UBuffalo Bulls go on the road to play the Temple Owls.  Temple is one of the two teams UB actually beat last year, and the game’s at Temple this time, so look for a Bull bloodletting.  The Vegas line is Temple minus 3½, so as long as the Bulls don’t lose by 18 or more, we’ll count it as a win.

Also Saturday, everybody’s (cough) favorite poster-child school for GUN CONTROL NOW!!!!!1, Virginia Tech, comes into the Baton Rouge swamp to take on 2nd-ranked LSU.  VT has a damned good offense, so Bo Pelini’s defense will be sorely tested.  The line is the Tigers by 11½, but don’t let that fool you for a second; this may be decided by a field goal.

In addition, the Miami Hurricanes will come in to Norman to take on fifth-ranked Oklahoma.  These are not your father’s Hurricanes, as the program has slipped some in recent years, but this is no gimme for Bob Stoops’ Sooners.  The line is OU by 11; I think it’ll be a touchdown or less.

The marquee game in this  state Saturday will be down in Austin, as the 19th-ranked TCU Horned Frogs go up against seventh-ranked TU.  (Yes, I still despise Mack Brown - so yes, they still get called TU.)  Normally I wouldn’t give the Tadpoles much of a chance here (the line is TU by 9½), but the Cows are missing some people from suspension, and they lost one of their DEs to injury for this game, so there’s hope for TCU.

Sunday evening, Madden & Michaels will grace us here in Dallas with their presence as the aforementioned Cowboys take on the New York Football Giants.  New York no longer has Tiki Barber, and only got Captain Gap-Tooth defensive end Michael Strahan back for the game, but they still have a pretty good defense, and they have Eli Manning & Widdle Jeremi Schmucky Jeremy Shockey, so this should be a close game (the line is Dallas by 6).

We’re back Monday with the recap.  Now it’s your turn, LCs & Denizens - who wants to tell me how Michigan will respond Saturday against Oregon (aka The World’s Ugliest College Football Uniforms™)?

26 Responses to “PFW: No one but himself to blame now”
  1. LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech Comment by LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech

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    That’s the ol’ team spirit,, helpin’ his buddy, or maybe somethin’ more.
    I’d do stuff like that if someone owed me a buncha money or whatever, no chance to collect if he’s gone..

  2. Robohobo Comment by Robohobo

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    Foist -maybe!

    Who cares about the Cocaine Cowboys? No one I know. Also, most do not give any credence to any of the major pro sports anymore. Since the greedy strikes and steroid scandals I cannot give two sh–s about any of these overpaid crybabys.

  3. Robohobo Comment by Robohobo

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    Dang it! Late by 29 seconds.

  4. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC

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    My weekend is looking forward to ASU (got some votes for ranking) over Colorado (no votes).

    USC(#1)over Nebraska (#17), it’s going to be a hell of a game, it’s in Nebraska, but I’m not worried. :em95:

    Pro:
    My Raiders are going to best the Lions. I mean we’re favored by 1&1/2 pts, how can we lose.

  5. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar

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    VT has a damned good offense, so Bo Pelini’s defense will be sorely tested. The line is the Tigers by 11½, but don’t let that fool you for a second; this may be decided by a field goal.

    Kicked in the second quarter.

    LSU? In Death Valley? Hosting a VT defense that would have a hard time stopping me?

    I’ll take the Tiggers, and you can have the points. Heck, I’m almost tempted to let you take them twice. LSU in a blow-out.

    In addition, the Miami Hurricanes will come in to Norman to take on fifth-ranked Oklahoma. These are not your father’s Hurricanes, as the program has slipped some in recent years, but this is no gimme for Bob Stoops’ Sooners. The line is OU by 11; I think it’ll be a touchdown.

    …scored in the second quarter.

    Miami ain’t the Miami of old. Sure, Bob Stoops has my vote for Worst Coaching Job Ever (how the fuck does your team fall for FIVE trick plays in the final minutes of a game?! On the hook-and-lateral, why weren’t there 9 Sooners standing on the goal line?! A Statue of Liberty play?! Pop Warner teams don’t fall for that one!), but, they’re still a well-coached team (when they’re not playing in bowl games against upstarts), and they’re bigger, more physical, and just as fast as the ‘Canes. I’ll take OU, and you can take the points, twice. They’re cheap.

    The marquee game in this state Saturday will be down in Austin, as the 19th-ranked TCU Horned Frogs go up against seventh-ranked TU. (Yes, I still despise Mack Brown - so yes, they still get called TU.) Normally I wouldn’t give the Tadpoles much of a chance here (the line is TU by 9½), but the Cows are missing some people from suspension, and they lost one of their DEs to injury for this game, so there’s hope for TCU.

    I’ll take the ‘Frogs with the points. As bad as the Holsteins looked last Saturday, and as aggressive as the ‘Frogs D is, I think the Moo-Cows win, but, only by 3. The Why-Aren’t-They-Between-Hamburger-Buns are just *that* much better than the ‘Frogs. They’ll get all they want, though. It should be a nail-biter.

    (I’m pulling for the ‘Frogs, though. I *loathe* the Shorthorns. Have since I was knee-high to a Badger.)

    Sunday evening, Madden & Michaels will grace us here in Dallas with their presence as the aforementioned Cowboys take on the New York Football Giants. New York no longer has Tiki Barber, and only got Captain Gap-Tooth defensive end Michael Strahan back for the game, but they still have a pretty good defense, and they have Eli Manning & Widdle Jeremi Schmucky Jeremy Shockey, so this should be a close game (the line is Dallas by 6).

    As much as I hate the Cowpokes, the Gints are a team on the verge of imploding. They’ve got a strict disciplinarian of a coach whose authority was undermined by a friggin’ running back last year, and whose authority will be undermined just as competently by a defensive end this year. Their QB looks like he just got beaten up for his lunch money by one of the WRs, and no one really seems to pay that much attention to him.

    Cowboys minus the 6.

    Now it’s your turn, LCs & Denizens - who wants to tell me how Michigan will respond Saturday against Oregon (aka The World’s Ugliest College Football Uniforms™)?

    By starting out their season with two ugly losses. Michigan has been grossly over-rated for the past five or so years, and the Wolverines haven’t been able to stop a dual-threat QB for three of those years. The *snicker* Ducks *snicker* run pretty much the same spread offense that App State used to make the Wolverines look like chumps, and Oregon has better athletes at all positions but QB.

    My boss thinks Michigan will drill Oregon into the ground. I think that’s possible, but, unlikely. The biggest fallout from the App State game is that the Wolverines now doubt the inevitability of their victory. For the past 30 years, they won quite a few games because they weren’t aware that it was actually possible for Michigan to lose. Confidence goes a long way in football, and Michigan doesn’t have it anymore.

    On to my Beloved Badgers: This week is the week for Barry Alvarez’s annual all-expenses-paid-vacation-disguised-as-a-football-game game, when Bucky travels to Las Vegas, to play the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels. The line is 35 1/2. I’ll take Bucky to win, but, UNLV to cover. 35 1/2 is WAAAAY too ridiculous of a line. Besides, since 1993 (the first year Bucky was actually favored to win a game in three decades), Bucky has NEVER covered a spread of more than 20. I don’t see that streak ending. 35 1/2. What the hell are Badger fans thinking?!

    Packers get destroyed by Filthadelphia. Whatever the line is, take Filthy and give the points. He should have retired four years ago…

  6. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar

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    My Raiders are going to best the Lions. I mean we’re favored by 1&1/2 pts, how can we lose.

    Do you want me to list the ways?

    Daunte Culpepper is your QB, and Al Davis is still the owner. Lane Kiffin is the only person stupid enough to have taken the head coaching job (he’s still an upgrade from last year’s coach…Lane has a pulse.), and Al Davis is still the owner.

    I’ll take the Lions and the points. Chokeland will find a way to lose. I have faith. Al Davis still owns that team.

    USC(#1)over Nebraska (#17), it’s going to be a hell of a game, it’s in Nebraska, but I’m not worried.

    You shouldn’t be. The Condoms should have a 14 point lead before the game even starts, and will probably stop scoring on the ‘Huskers right about the time USC has to show up to their bowl game.

    I think Nebraska’s ranking has more to do with laundry than with any actual ability.

  7. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur

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    My Raiders are going to best the Lions. I mean we’re favored by 1&1/2 pts, how can we lose.

    They can’t. Its the Lions fer Chrissakes. They are regularly trounced by middle-school teams that can’t win in their own leagues.

    My boss thinks Michigan will drill Oregon into the ground. I think that’s possible, but, unlikely. The biggest fallout from the App State game is that the Wolverines now doubt the inevitability of their victory. For the past 30 years, they won quite a few games because they weren’t aware that it was actually possible for Michigan to lose. Confidence goes a long way in football, and Michigan doesn’t have it anymore

    Bite me very much??? As a lifelong Wolverine, I scoff at your analysis, but recognize that PAC-10 matchups don’t generally end well for big blue. I’ll be too busy to watch, but even if they lose, they can hold their heads high and say “At least I didn’t go to Michigan State!” :em99:

  8. Radical Redneck Comment by Radical Redneck

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    My Raiders are going to best the Lions. I mean we’re favored by 1&1/2 pts, how can we lose.

    I’ve always had a soft spot for the silver & black. As one who regularly cheers for the villians in rasslin’, how could I not love the late 70’s/early 80’s rogues gallery they put out. If Janikowski starts getting arrested again - this team might win some games.

    Being from New England, I really cheer for the red, white and blue. Sorry everyone, this SB’s in the bag! :twisted:

  9. jaybear Comment by jaybear

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    Well we have a political battle shaping up here in Seattle. Seems Matt Hasselbeck and Mack Strong gave the President a Seahawks jersey when he was in town….see what the local BDS retards have to say about that!!!

    Do these lefties ever get tired of making fools of themselves? The only thing I have to say to them is:

    Boycott The Hawks….give me your tickets
    :em99:

  10. Radical Redneck Comment by Radical Redneck

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    Posted by unregistered user at 9/6/07 9:01 p.m…Jeers to Strong and Hasslebeck for kissing butt of Bush the war criminal. I’ve liked the Seahawks but can’t back these guys now. The image of those two smiling and shuffling as Bush and his people destroy Iraq, prepare to kill more in Iran, gut habeas corpus, torture and detain people, suppress science and move to cram fundamentalist lunacy down our throats is too sickening. Why should anyone be tolerant about fasicsts and war mongers like Bush and his crew? If you don’t take a stand against that don’t pretend you’re anything but a person just like the good Germans- the ones who sat there while Hitler locked people up and then gassed them.

    Jaybear, isn’t DJ from the Seattle area? :em99: :em95:

  11. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC

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    If one of those righteous lefties want to waste their tickets I’m available for the 12th or 18th of Nov. I’ll buy your beverages,

  12. BigDogg Comment by BigDogg

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    SoCalOilMan

    My weekend is looking forward to ASU (got some votes for ranking) over Colorado (no votes).

    Yeah … ‘cuz votes mean everything, especially this early in the season. :em93:

    I wouldn’t count Colorado out so easily.

  13. Unregistered Comment by CKO1986

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    Mark this date on your calendars, ladies and gents:

    September 9th, 2007– The day the New England Patriots began their march to Super Bowl 42.

    My prediction: Pats 48, Jets 6.

  14. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar

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    Bite me very much??? As a lifelong Wolverine, I scoff at your analysis,

    Scoff all you want. But, I’ve been watching the Wolverines from the other sideline for about 20 years, now. Michigan is THE college football program. They honestly believed they couldn’t lose a game. That’s why they went to Michigan.

    After the App State debacle, the Wolverines realize they’re mortal, now. And, for the first time in my memory, I’m not dreading Wisconsin’s game against the Wolverines. Wisconsin can win that game, easily. Losing to a Division-Formerly-Known-As-1-AA team has dealt the Wolverines a blow to their ego that they probably can’t recover from, until Lloyd *cough* retires *cough* at the end of the year. Every team that plays Michigan this year won’t fear them. Respect them, yes. Fear? Not on your life.

    After Lloyd’s Wolverines lose to Appalachian State, Wisconsin (costing Michigan’s lone chance to win the Big Ten title), and then, Ohio State, all in the same year, the Wolverines are going to have to do some serious soul-searching…and coach-searching.

  15. rightismight Comment by rightismight

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    Sadly, my team is the NY Giants. Gonna be an ugly game sunday night. Peyton Lite has yet to blossom into the qb everyone hoped for, so I can’t see any possible way he can lead the Giants to a win here. The Giants can move the ball in between the 20’s OK, but can’t get the ball into the endzone. They also let their only proven kicker (Feeley) leave and replaced him with an unknown…Great. Gonna be a looooong year

  16. Unregistered Comment by leoni2, LC

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    Spats

    Temple defeats UBuffalo? :em99: Spats, you must not know Temple football to be making a comment like that. Listen to me, carefully, my uninformed friend. My Nittany Lions have a better chance of defeating the Fighting Irish today then Temple has of beating Buffalo. Why? Temple’s football program is a joke!!!! I mean, PSU meets them almost every year and they have the Owls as a midnight snack. Every. Freaking. Year. Also, it’s so bad that if this was basketball, they would have a better chance of winning as Temple has a decent program. But, and this is coming from someone who lives in Philly, in football, TEMPLE STINKS. End of story. Buffalo is only going to lose if they screw up throughout the whole game, as Temple won’t be winning today. Temple’s previous game was against Navy. That’s right, Navy, and Navy won 30-19. On, and I see that they’re now hiding in the Mid-American Conference and in the same division as my Grad school alma mater, Ohio University. Man, all of Temple’s opponent in that division have gotten themselves a welcome mat. Say it with me, Spats, Temple is an easy win, easy win, easy win!!!!! :em95:

    Anyway, I am hoping that Penn State will have their way with the Fighting Irish today, while Ohio University rollover Louisiana-Lafayette. Lousiana-Lafayette? Where do these schools keep coming from? Seriosuly.
    As for professional football tomorrow, the Eagles should be making the Packless unpack they bags this game with a rout. Brett, dude, please, retire already!!! Give a young gun a chance to run the Packless this year.

  17. Unregistered Comment by leoni2, LC

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    Humble Devildog,

    Packers get destroyed by Filthadelphia. Whatever the line is, take Filthy and give the points. He should have retired four years ago…

    You must’ve read my mind. Therefore, I will dispense with you using the correct put down name for my city just this once. Brett needs to retire before someone does it for him.

  18. Unregistered Comment by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant

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    Spats, you must not know Temple football to be making a comment like that.

    It’s not that, Leo.  It’s just that Turner Gill inherited one of the five worst 1-A programs in the country, and they’re not a great road team.

    Therefore, I will dispense with you using the correct put down name for my city just this once.

    You haven’t seen what I  call ‘em yet. 

  19. Unregistered Comment by leoni2, LC

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    Spats,

    It’s not that, Leo. It’s just that Turner Gill inherited one of the five worst 1-A programs in the country, and they’re not a great road team.

    I guess we’ll see who’ll win, then. But as I’d said earlier, if Temple wins, it won’t be because they won. It’ll be because Buffalo lost.

    You haven’t seen what I call ‘em yet.

    Oh, yes, I have, Spats. And I think I’d already told you what I thought of it. Anyway, as far as I think of the Ballast Cowflats and the New Yaw Gnats, I hope they both pummel each other before one of them win tomorrow. Why? Gee, need you really ask? Go EAGLES!!!!! :em95:

  20. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar

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    leoni,

    Therefore, I will dispense with you using the correct put down name for my city just this once.

    I have a couple of friends who used to live in Filthy. They were shocked that it was possible for a city to make Milwaukee look clean, much less nearly spotless by comparison.

    They were also Iggles fans, until they actually went to a game. Worst Fans in Sports, they are. Some fans are claimed to be so mean they’d boo Santa Claus. Filthy fans did.

  21. Unregistered Comment by leoni2, LC

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    Humble Devildog,

    I have a couple of friends who used to live in Filthy. They were shocked that it was possible for a city to make Milwaukee look clean, much less nearly spotless by comparison.

    That’s mainly because too many people in the city uses it as their personal trash can, instead of either waiting until they get home to dump the trash or putting it in the trash cans that are all over town. It doesn’t help that we have the worst sanitation department workers in the country. These morons will just throw the trash into the trash truck and if anything drops out of it, not pick it up. You have no idea how much it ticks me off when I see trash lying around, no matter how often it is cleaned up.

    They were also Iggles fans, until they actually went to a game. Worst Fans in Sports, they are. Some fans are claimed to be so mean they’d boo Santa Claus. Filthy fans did.

    Ah yes, the infamous Santa Claus snowball incident. It happened before I’d even knew the Eagles existed, but I know of it. I’m sure they also told you the reason why it happened? That year the Eagles had one of the worst teams in its history, and the owner decided to celebrate Christmas with a very elaborate Christmas show. Seems it ticked off the fans since the moron was more willing to put the money up for this and not for people who could play football. Add to this that the Santa wasn’t the one who was suppose to be there, since that one did not show up, and the fans showed their appreciation by pelting Santa with snowballs. That’s right, folks, Eagles fans pelted Saint Nick. Oh, the inhumanity of it. They should’ve been pleting the owner since he was the one they were poed at. :em96:

  22. Unregistered Comment by leoni2, LC

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    Well, I’m back home from a local anime meeting, and I went to Yahoo Sports to see how my alma maters did today, as well as look up the Temple-Buffalo game to see which of those two teams won to inform Spats. :em93: And guess what I’d discovered?

    My older alma mater, the Nittany Lions had their way with the Flighty Irishs, 31-10. Then I found out that the Bobcats of Ohio defeated Louisiana-Lafayette 31-23. I ask again, who in the world is Louisiana-Lafayette? And, as I’d told Spats would happen, Buffalo crushed the Bowels, 42-7. I repeat, the Bowels lost 42-7. I told you that there was no way in heck that Buffalo would lose to Temple, didn’t I, Spats? Didn’t I? :em95:

    Well, Buffalo better enjoy that win, cause they go up to Happy Valley next week to meet the Nittany Lions. Hhhhmmm, buffalo would taste good right now, wouldn’t you think? :em93: Also, Ohio goes to Virginia Tech next. Should be a win.

    Now, how about them there EAGLES tomorrow? :em94:

  23. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon

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    Radical Redneck sez:

    Being from New England, I really cheer for the red, white and blue. Sorry everyone, this SB’s in the bag! :twisted:

    In the bag? No. Likely, yes. There is a difference. And of couse that does depend on ya’ll not getting his with the injury bug. I would wait until after you face SD and Buttimore, they have good enough defenses that hit nice and hard that could easily put a key player or two out and mess with your plans. If you survive them, then maybe the guarantees start kicking in.

    As for the cowboys, spats, you managed to beat up on the tinys… well sorta. I’m not so sure Williams is the entirety of the hole though, you DO still need to be able to stop the run. And you did OK on that tonight and I think he helped a fair bit… so color me unconvinced.

    Now if only the Rams would have beat up on the punkthers like they were supposed to. Sigh.

    RH

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    Oregon 39, Michigan 7.

    I hear that that Girl Scout Troop still has an open date, maybe Lloyd can schedule them instead of Northwestern.

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    What people giving up on the PFW thread before noon on monday? So what if you all hate my Bengals there still was a game on, you could at least PRETEND to be interested. Or refuse to admit you enjoyed watching a defense that nobody thinks is any good (except the fans of course) stomp all over a frankly really good opponent (much as I don’t want to admit it) and score directly or set up via turnovers over 90% of the points the team scored! Pretend that the real reason you watched the Bengals was because you were waiting for the San Fran game to start. Yeah right. Pull the other one.

    Seriously, 6 takeaways, including two diving interceptions and three or four fumble recoveries… you can say the Wavens gave the game away, and they did, but the only way they COULD give it away is because the Cinti DEF was willing to TAKE it. No matter how bad the Balti OFF was at ball control, if the Bengals hadn’t went for it they wouldn’t have gotten it. And most or all of those turnovers were TAKEN, not given. Balls popped loose because people got their hands and helmets on them, not because it just “slipped out” of the guy’s hands. Two literally game-changing interceptions were athletic DIVING catches by linemen, not even linebackers or cornerbacks or safeties but LINEMEN. That’s not giving the game away, that’s TAKING it away.

    So go on ahead, talk smack all you want. I got 27 points here that say differently.

    RH

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    Oh, BTW, Radical Redneck, you may want to wait to see just what kind of punishment(s) Goodell hands down for the videotape “incident” before you guarantee SB rings for Brady and crew. They’ve got plenty of good people there as players and as far as we know the players weren’t knowingly participating or helping. As long as that remains the case they shouldn’t be punished and thus the team is still likely to win a lot of games.

    But the coaching staff, from top to bottom, should be given a strong warning. Only the people with direct involvement or direct RESPONSIBILITY for failing to STOP it should be punished, but they should all be hit hard with long suspensions. That means the guy actually involved AND any direct superiors on the org chart. INCLUDING Hoodie-King. Despite the fact that this is reportedly the fourth time they were caught red-handed (and is at LEAST the second that I know of) the guy involved should probably only get a year or two, maybe indefinate with annual review or something along the lines of what Vick got. Belichek is next most responsible — in that if he did NOT know that this was going on (hard to believe, but possible) he SHOULD have known and he had a DUTY to stop it BEFORE it came to the attention of Goodell and co. — so he should get 15-19 games depending on length of the Patriots’ postseason, thus even if his team won the Super Bowl he could not come back until the day after it and would not get a ring. (What’s one more anyway?) And anybody between the two on the chart plus anybody who can be shown that they MUST have known about it (offensive coordinator who very likely knew and used it to help call plays, for example) should be given 4 to 8 games each.

    PLUS (no I’m not done) I would have them forfeit the game. AND I would yank some draft picks. Because the Patriots have two 1st rounders already I would yank theirs (they can keep the traded one) plus their 3rd, 5th, and 7th and disqualify from ANY compensatory picks this year.

    That’s probably a tiny bit too much, but not much. And when a team is “known”/suspected by other teams to be doing something like this on a regular basis, and then are warned (probably multiple times) and STILL don’t listen, then they need to have their toes smashed. Not breaking heads, just toes smashed. No lifetime bans, no disqualifying from HOF, no forfeiting the entire season, nothing that’s outright “skull breaking”… but toe smashing? Yes, absolutely. Give them a wakeup call that they can NOT ignore.

    RH