NFL guided by public reaction, not morality


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    Target of criticism

    Ryan Tannehill, who was expected to thrive in Bill Lazor's offense, might actually be regressing. Dating to Week 16 of last year, he has been among the worst quarterbacks in football, at least on paper.


    NFL guided by public reaction, not morality

    The NFL's image problem isn’t just that too many of its players get in trouble. It is also that its response and punishment has been haphazard and inconsistent. There has been no set policy on how to deal with instances such as Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice, and there needs to be.

  • College Football

    UM defense faces stern road test

    UM’s defense, better statistically this season after three games, is going into Saturday’s game against Nebraska’s explosive offense confident it can hold its own.

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