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I just can not believe that the SeaHawks is allowing their player to play after being arrested for domestic abouse on his girlfriend. I am surprised at the NFL and the team. The Carolina Panthers have always taken a stand against crimes. There is no way they would allow someone to go unpunished by a crime such as this. When the team players have gotten in trouble they are suspend from games. Are the SeaHawks so interested in winning that they have lost their morals? I am totally in shock.

The punter for the SeaHawks was with the Panthers last year. He was not resigned because he failed a drug test. What does the Sea Hawks hope to gain by not being a good role model. In a few years when everyone thinks it is fine to do drugans and beat up their girlfriends what will the NFL and teams do then. Right now they are so making a statement that it is fine to do anything you want.

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I don't like it either; but, sadly, I'm not shocked that a team puts winning above what's right. For me, it's just another reason to stop watching football this year.

As a Giant fan' I can't root for the Panthers, and because of the Seahawks' position on domestic violence, I can't root for the Seahawks either. AFC--forget it. As a Colt fan, I say "Plague on both their houses." The Steelers took away "our year", and I've rooted against Denver ever since they stole Elway from the Colts.

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I've been pretty down on our Vikings this year. Some of the players were involved in a sex and drugs scandal here in Minnesota this year, and it seems like everyone just wants to sweep it under the rug. These guys are heros to a lot of kids. What kind of example does all this show them. It is truly a shame that a team would put money and winning before what is right.

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Selma, for whom will you root in the Super Bowl? For me it's easy: neither one. I need to have some positive rooting interest in order to watch a game, and I have negative rooting interests for both teams. Ugh! Good night to go to a movie or restaurant.

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