Found June 11, 2012 on This Given Sunday:
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Roger Goodell has been called many things by players, analysts, and fans; most of which I'll skip since we're trying to keep this blog as family friendly as possible. The idea that Roger Goodell is good for football has been kicked around from time to time, but it's something that I've only recently began to seriously consider. First and foremost, there are policies implemented by Goodell that I don't support in any way. For instance, fining players for illegal hits, or even suspending them, doesn't act as a deterrent. From a purely psychological perspective, punishment needs to be instant and completely consistent to result in a change of behavior. Fining and suspensions don't fulfill either of those requirements. They just don't work. On the other hand, Goodell has proven over and over that he's a forward thinking mind. It's something fans of professional sports can't take for granted. Do you think MLB fans would like to see some major...
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