Roger Goodell’s Often Harsh Suspension Rulings are Inherently Flawed

August 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is an aspect of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's current strict mode of operations that I cannot manage to understand. A missing piece, in fact.
While watching last night's preseason game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos, my brother presented me with an argument that I had thought of but neglected to pay a great deal of attention to before.
It could be because I become overexcited once the season comes around and fail to come back to earth. Anyway, the situation is something that I have seen before, and even under greater controversy than this particular game.
The bottom line is this: Why should a player that has been suspended for any number of misconducts, who supposedly brings shame to the league which leads to their certain amount of punishment, be allowed to play in a preseason game?
As Joe Buck and Troy Aikman went over Ben Roethlisberger's poise, performance, and other drive, my thoughts...

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