What the hell are you guys talking about?Are we really suggesting that we don't want to watch the Moss's of the league goof around in the endzone? Let's assume for the sake of this arguement that we all watched the Moon over Green Bay incident. If you didn't, you wouldn'tve bother posting here, no?
Now let's take all who oppose the act. What are that suggestions for dealing with an act that we would rather not watch? Fines, suspensions, and disgust and pompous moral outrage(Joe Buck).
What I want to know is that given that this isn't a first offense and is almost expected with certain players, Moss being one of them, and that it is offensive to you and you don't want to see it...Why are you watching? The last time I looked the play (TD, sack, crucial INT in a 45-3 loss, etc.) had to be over before the goofing begins. You don't have to watch. But you do.
And the hypocritical NFL, though posing as moral police, fail to take the easiest cure. Censosrship. They could simply tell the networks that once tha whistle blows cut to the Joe Bucks who can then expond on what is right and wrong with society, thus elininating the 'offensive acts'. Now that's what I'm watching for!
Point being that the NFL realizes that fans like watching these 'disgusting' acts so they keep showing them, inbetween beer ads of course. So the next time you want to say that so~n~so should be crucified for dancing after the play, take the time to ask youself what was I doing watching? The whistle blows, reach down and grab your Joe Buck's guide to clean living and read away. They let you know when the next play is coming.
And really, Moss more offensive that Hitler? Can we get a reality check in ailse three?
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