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If there is anything that the last two years of Roger Goodell's reign over the NFL has made clear, it's that the league will do whatever it wants, regardless of whether it makes sense to the majority of fans. Sunday night, suspended New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton was allowed to attend his team's game against the San Diego Chargers due to Drew Brees' opportunity to break Johnny Unitas' 42-year-old record for consecutive games with a touchdown. Suspended players and coaches are typically not allowed at games, but the NFL was willing to bend on this one because of the...
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