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John Boyett and His Moronic NFL Brethren

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NFL players are no different than you and me, except they play a game for a living and make an exorbitant amount of money for it. But they have bills, they work, they have families and on occasion they make moronic decisions. While the majority of these decisions are harmless, sometimes they can lead to others getting hurt, a player serving jail time, or both.

A lot of players who make these horrible decisions choose to do so after hitting it big; either making an NFL team their rookie season or earning a very large raise. Money seems to always play a part in not only athletes, but also other super-rich people, making very dumb decisions in their lives.

John Boyett happens to be one of the most recent NFL player to screw up. The rookie was arrested on September 2, 2013 for disorderly conduct, public intoxication and resisting law enforcement outside a bar in Indianapolis. Oh, and did we mention he told the officers, “you can’t arrest me, I’m a Colts player”. I’m guessing the officers had no idea who he was. Boyett’s offense fell on the harmless side, but it also cost him a spot on the Colts' roster.

These kind of moronic incidents have occurred throughout the history of the NFL; it’s not something that just started happening. There have been more than 25 moronic incidents, but these are some of the more recent ones to occur.

Now updated to include some of the more recent NFL morons to grace us with their presence this season.

Mathew Muncy is an Indiana Pacers writer for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @MMuncy, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google.

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25. Riley Cooper

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25. Riley Cooper

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24. Donovan McNabb

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24. Donovan McNabb

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23. Antonio Cromartie

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23. Antonio Cromartie

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22. Mark Sanchez

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22. Mark Sanchez

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21. Justin Blackmon

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21. Justin Blackmon

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20. Pat McAfee

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20. Pat McAfee

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19. Dez Bryant

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19. Dez Bryant

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18. Von Miller

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18. Von Miller

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17. Rolando McClain

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17. Rolando McClain

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16. JaMarcus Russell

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16. JaMarcus Russell

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15. Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson

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15. Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson

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14. Ausar Walcott

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14. Ausar Walcott

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13. Aqib Talib

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13. Aqib Talib

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12. Albert Haynesworth

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12. Albert Haynesworth

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11. Ndamukong Suh

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10. Adam Jones

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10. Adam Jones

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9. Ben Roethlisberger

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9. Ben Roethlisberger

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8. Richie Incognito

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7. Plaxico Burress

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6. Titus Young

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5. Ray Lewis

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4. Donte Stallworth

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3. Sam Hurd

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2. Michael Vick

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  • Archduke Ferdinand

    The author of the 10 Most Moronic Football Players, Mathew Muncy, belongs on the 10 Most Moronic Writers list. Author begins with “NFL players are no different that you or I…”.

    Figure out the error, Moron, and get back to those of us people who actually paid attention in English class.

    • Jake Walters

      Moron should not be capitalized because it is not a proper name. Is that the error you were referring to, or did you make a grammatical error while attempting to point out the error of another?

      • Archduke Ferdinand

        Can’t I capitalize moron if that is the name that I bestow upon the moron who wrote the article?

        Like, I can imagine his mother saying, “Moron, it’s time for dinner.”

        • Jake Walters

          No you can’t. Unfortunately for you, there’s no room for making grammatical rules up as you go.

          • Archduke Ferdinand

            Well then. I am just going to have to slink away. But, I can slink away with smug superiority in knowing that I won the I/we usage battle against Moron.

          • johnsnare

            Hello Duke. I am still laughing. A truly great comment.

          • Jamal Reece

            You’re are a Moron. It’s your proper title.

          • Daniel Loomis

            You are are a Moron does not make sense…

          • http://www.wonkloads.com wonk

            YOU are sixteen morons, cleverly packaged to strongly resemble one Moron.

        • ThePrufessa

          moron isn’t a name you moron. it’s an adjective.

          • Archduke Ferdinand

            Prufessa, I can choose to name anyone I want Moron and I choose to name the moron who wrote the article Moron.

          • ThePrufessa

            That makes you the moron then.

          • ThePrufessa

            You weren’t even naming him moron you moron. You just used that as a cover up to your grammatical error while you were correcting someone else’s grammatical error.

          • Archduke Ferdinand

            Nope – I refuse to cop to that. Otherwise I would have written “…, you moron,…” rather than “…, Moron,…” if that was my intent.

          • Jamal Reece

            You’re a freakin’ Moron. Shut up you weird ass pussy!

          • ThePrufessa

            You’re a freakin’ moron. Shut up you dumb ass pussy.

          • Tim Geist

            bullying^

          • harley2002

            Look the TheProfessa being Black trying to act intelligent. Not working your still stupid…

          • ThePrufessa

            Says the idiot that doesn’t know the difference between your and you’re.

          • Tim Geist

            Says the idiot that doesn’t know that moron is a noun and not an adjective

          • ThePrufessa

            You’re right. Moronic is the adjective.

          • Despoti

            Haha, its not an adjective. Moronic would be the adjective. It’s a noun, just not a proper one.

          • David Eisenberg

            I am more inclined to agree with Archduke Ferdinand though there is room for disagreement. First, Despoti is partially correct that “moron” is used by him as a noun, not an adjective. But, I would say AF is using it in the vocative case as a proper noun because he is addressing the writer as if by his name. We would capitalize “Dad” in that sentence if used in place of “moron” even though that is not really our dad’s given name, but the thing that he is. “Figure out the error, Dad . . . .” In my opinion it would be okay to capitalize or not, whatever any particular style book or grammarian might say. But I would capitalize.
            All that aside, it’s not necessary or nice to call the writer a name, which makes the Archduke a troll, not a moron.

          • Archduke Ferdinand

            Troll…I’ve been called worse. But, I should not have called Moron a name. For that I am sorry.

          • David Eisenberg

            I was just joshing AF. Actually, although I meant what I wrote about the word usage, I was just having fun the whole time. I don’t really think you are a troll. I’ve been called every name in the book online and don’t engage in it myself. I’m sure you are a fine fellow. Have a good weekend.

          • Archduke Ferdinand

            No offense taken. All of this commentary has been entertaining and I now know never again to venture onto the thin ice (for me) of English grammar usage. Makes me look like a moron! :)

          • http://www.wonkloads.com wonk

            I bet you haven’t been called BUTTNOSECHEESE before. Pfft.

          • osaycanuthink

            it’s a noun

          • osaycanuthink

            moronic is an adjective

          • Jerseysmelltours

            I believe this is discussion points out why so many English majors are horrible drunks! Really who gives a shite? I really did think he was going for the I/me thing but what do I know?

          • Uphill both ways

            Modern English lacks a formal (morphological) vocative case to my knowledge, perhaps this was a point well made about 500 years ago.

          • David Eisenberg

            Formal schmormal, Mr. Uphill. Whether the vocative was ever “technically” a case or not is even questioned by some, but it doesn’t matter because anyone who is interested in language knows what it means and modern English grammarians still deem it “vocative” to mean when some calls someone else by a name or epithet in order to address them (as I did above with you). Don’t take my word for it. Try http://www.english-grammar-lessons.co.uk/lessons/vocative_case_commas.htm or http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/vocative_case.htm. If they are wrong to use it, then I am in good company. Though there are writers who prefer “vocative expression” or “phrase,” many still use the word “case” for it. Do you really not agree with me that Despoti was using “moron” as a noun and that it was used in the vocative sense or were you just trying to make an obscure point? Oh, Mr. Uphill, answer, would you?

          • David Eisenberg

            My problems are more with computers (I thought my reply yesterday took, but apparently not) than with English. Respectfully, it seems like you popped onto Wikipedia which states that there is no “formal” vocative case anymore, which is what you picked up on. That’s because we don’t use many different word endings with English nouns anymore at all, except to pluralize. And, if you read Wikipedia further, you will see that some grammarians say the vocative was not really a case at all – but a noun form. Regardless, the vocative has always been referred to as a case, and even now, when grammarians use it, many, if not most, still call it the vocative case when we are addressing someone, as in – “Oh, please, Mr. Uphill, behave” though I have also seen it called the vocative expression or phrase.
            My question to you is – Who cares? My point was that he was addressing someone and using “moron” as a proper noun (which is the vocative, of course). Do you really disagree with that or were you just feeling feisty?

          • bern1417

            It’s funny when you want to talk smack to someone else and yet you don’t know if moron is an adjective, or a noun… Classic. So, I guess the ” the prufessa” is anything but a professor when it comes to the English language NICE!!

          • Eric Huber

            Yea, moron is a noun. Now, moronic is an adjective. That is all.

          • Jason Hill

            “Moron isn’t a name, you moron” is how you should have typed it.
            That being said, no “moron” is not only an adjective, it is a noun, as well. In the form he used it(as a title for the author) is correct.

          • Leah Kalani

            You’re using commas where they don’t belong. Good day.

          • Lynda Counts

            Sorry ‘Prufessa’ – improper spelling for “Professor”, if it is a proper name, the article would change dramatically. The author was using it generically to describe I.Q. levels and stupid mistakes. But if Craig names his dog “Moron”, it is then in fact a proper name and a noun.
            Usage is the key.

          • ThePrufessa

            it’s not an improper spelling. it’s the phonetic spelling of how most people pronounce the word professor. if you care to see an example of this turn to ESPN at 5:00 (eastern) and watch the introductions of “around the horn.” tony realli will introduce professor blackistone as “the prufessa kevin blackistone” it’s the same thing as when people say da instead of the. or dis instead of this. well that’s what i did with professor.

            nice try.

            and i have no idea what point you’re trying to make around the usage of the word moron. we’re not talking about how it’s used in the article. we’re talking about archduke capitalizing it in his comment when it wasn’t necessary. then instead of admitting it was a mistake, like i mistakenly addressed the part of speech moron was, he said he was using it as a proper noun. you can’t just use a noun as a proper noun. that doesn’t make any sense. and to take that defense is just saying he doesn’t want to admit his mistake.

          • Kasey

            I’d just like to point out that you forgot to capitalize the I when you said ” like i mistakenly addressed the part of speech moron was.” Just saying…since we’re discussing grammar instead of the article.

          • ThePrufessa

            I didn’t forget anything. I purposely don’t use the shift key when I’m on a computer. My phone does it in its own but I could turn that off if I wanted to. It doesn’t matter though. I just don’t bother using it on the competition computer.

          • Blanche Starbong

            You, sir, are an insufferable idiot. (Find the adjective.)

          • ThePrufessa

            So are you.

          • john

            ….dude, don’t be such a raging butthole.

          • ThePrufessa

            Same goes to you butthole.

          • john

            …your name should be “Prufessa Butthole”.

          • ThePrufessa

            Your name should be john butthole.

          • john

            …..takes a butthole to know a butthole.

          • ThePrufessa

            I don’t know any buttholes.

          • john

            ….take a quick look in the mirror, you’ll see a huge butthole.

          • ThePrufessa

            If you say so. Anything else? Or can I finish stamping my Where’s George bills without your juvenile comments interrupting me?

          • Jamal Reece

            You must have been very bored… You are a Moron. I hope you die.

          • ThePrufessa

            I must have been bored? If I was bored then what are YOU for you taking the UNNECESSARY time to reply to a, in your words, weird ass pussy? If I’m bored then what’s the definition for your low life existence? Oh, that’s it. You’re just a low life internet bully that thrives on attempting to make people feel bad about themselves. Well I’ll tell you what. Take that garbage to someone else who falls for this type of nonsense.

          • ugh

            Ironic that you’re calling others “low life bullies” when your first contribution to this forum was:

            “moron isn’t a name you moron. it’s an adjective.”

            Sounds like you’re a bully who doesn’t understand the difference between a noun and an adjective. Maybe someday you’ll understand the distinction, Professor. Until then, keep your uninformed thoughts to yourself.

          • ThePrufessa

            I didn’t tell anyone to go die or anything of that nature. So how was my comment bullying anyone? Do you even know what the definition of bully is? Obviously not.

          • ugh

            Since when is name calling (i.e. “moron”) not a form of bullying? Oh wait, it is.

            “Bullying consists of three basic types of abuse – emotional, verbal, and physical. It typically involves subtle methods of coercion such as intimidation. Bullying behavior may include name calling, verbal or written abuse, exclusion from activities, exclusion from social situations, physical abuse, or coercion.”

            Google is your friend. It’s been a pleasure SERVING you.

          • ThePrufessa

            I didn’t subtly try to coerce anyone to do anything. Which is a key part of bullying. Next time you should actually read the definition before posting it.

          • ugh

            Actually, of the 6 examples of bullying behavior, name calling is listed FIRST and coercion is listed LAST. Sounds like you should actually do the required reading before posting another nonsensical response.

          • ThePrufessa

            The definition says it MAY include name calling. Keyword there is MAY include. It DOESN’T say name calling IS a part of bullying. You can call someone a name in an aggressive manner without bullying them dumbass.

          • ugh

            Yeah, it’s called abuse.

          • ThePrufessa

            First you used bully wrong. Now you’re using abuse wrong. Gee whiz. It’s really not a good look for you to try and win an argument using words that don’t even apply to the argument.

            Abuse is EXCESSIVE! Now you tell me where I got excessive with my name calling. I’ll wait.

          • ugh

            Calling an anonymous stranger a moron is normal behavior?

            No one’s trying to “win” an argument. Just pointing out why you shouldn’t call strangers names, especially when you’re not even right about what you’re calling them a moron for in the first place.

            You “lost” the argument with your first post, when you said moron was an adjective and not a noun, remember?

          • ThePrufessa

            I didn’t even get past your first sentence. I never used the word normal so please don’t put words in my mouth. Thanks.

            Once you resort to putting words in people’s mouths that they didn’t say nor imply then you have pretty much lost the argument. You should learn how to debate without putting things in people’s mouths that they didn’t say.

          • ugh

            Says the guy who lost the argument before it even started…

          • ThePrufessa

            Yes I remember that, but did I ever say I was perfect or always right? I misspoke on that and I have to own that. And I have. I haven’t denounced a single person calling new out for saying that because I knew I was wrong.
            You can correct people how you wish to. That’s YOUR prerogative. Stranger or not, if I think you’re a moron I’m going to let that be known. And I can do that in a non-bullying or non-coercing or non-coercive manner.

          • ugh

            No, you didn’t actually say you were perfect or always right, you just chose to correct someone AS IF you were perfect or right. It just shows that its inherently part of your nature to put others down without even thinking.

            Maybe next time you call someone a moron, you should preface it by letting them know that you have no idea what you’re talking about and don’t even understand basic parts of speech (BTW congrats on figuring out how to use coerce as an adjective!).

          • ThePrufessa

            That is not even case. Me saying the wrong thing is not equal to not knowing you dumbass. If I don’t know something I’ll be the first to admit it. I’ll either tell you I don’t know or I simply won’t chime in the conversation.

            And you just made the perfect example of this. The form of its you were supposed to use in your last comment was IT’S not its. Now, based on YOUR last comment one would think that you didn’t know the difference between it’s and its. But I can clearly tell that you used the wrong word instead of not knowing the difference. See how that works? Well you’re not the only person in this world that says one thing but means another. Or types the wrong thing but means another.

          • ugh

            “That is not even case.” !!!!???!!!!

            CASE CLOSED!

          • ThePrufessa

            Exactly. You continue to add things to the conversation that don’t belong. You put words in my mouth and you can’t even tell the difference between not knowing something and saying the wrong thing.

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          • ugh

            Looking at the text, there’s very little basis for your accusations.

            For someone who uses the moniker “ThePrufessa,” you sure could use a lot more schooling.

          • ThePrufessa

            What accusations did I make?

          • ugh

            “You put words in my mouth and you can’t even tell the difference between not knowing something and saying the wrong thing.”

            If you look back, I’ve only used direct quotes FROM YOU in my responses. Also, as far as not being able to “tell the difference between not knowing something and saying the wrong thing,” I can only go based on what you write. It is possible that you’re a genius and do in fact know a lot (doubtful), but there isn’t any evidence of that in what you’ve written here.

          • ThePrufessa

            No you have not. You said that I think something is normal when I’ve NEVER said such a thing!

          • ThePrufessa

            You have put words in my mouth at least two times so far. I never said anything was normal which you said I did. The other time I can’t remember at the moment but you said I said something that I didn’t say nor imply.

          • ugh

            Oh ok, I’ll just take your word for it then…

          • ThePrufessa

            Those aren’t accusations, that’s exactly what you did. Once again you have used a word improperly.

          • ThePrufessa

            That is not even case. Me saying the wrong thing is not equal to not knowing you dumbass. If I don’t know something I’ll be the first to admit it. I’ll either tell you I don’t know or I simply won’t chime in the conversation.

            And you just made the perfect example of this. The form of its you were supposed to use in your last comment was IT’S not its. Now, based on YOUR last comment one would think that you didn’t know the difference between it’s and its. But I can clearly tell that you used the wrong word instead of not knowing the difference. See how that works? Well you’re not the only person in this world that says one thing but means another. Or types the wrong thing but means another.

          • ThePrufessa

            So when you corrected me does that imply that you’re perfect or always correct? NO!!! So how is it different when I correct someone? Just because I correct someone doesn’t mean I think I’m perfect or always right. It just means that I think what you’re saying or doing is wrong. That has NO bearing on how much I actually do know.

          • ThePrufessa

            No that would be you. You lost when you called me a bully and I haven’t done anything in a bullying manner.

          • ThePrufessa

            Yes I remember that, but did I ever say I was perfect or always right? I misspoke on that and I have to own that. And I have. I haven’t denounced a single person calling new out for saying that because I knew I was wrong.
            You can correct people how you wish to. That’s YOUR prerogative. Stranger or not, if I think you’re a moron I’m going to let that be known. And I can do that in a non-bullying or non-coercing or non-coercive manner.

          • ThePrufessa

            By the way you have NOT explained WHY I shouldn’t call strangers names. All you did was call me a bully for doing so.

          • ugh

            Because we live in a civilized society. Again, this is just basic knowledge.

          • ThePrufessa

            Do we? I would vehemently disagree with that. We WISH we lived in a civilized society. But in reality we live in a society where the civilized and uncivilized both live amongst each other. That doesn’t sound like a civilized society to me.

            Tell me, when you watch or read the news do you see more stories of civilized or uncivilized acts taking place?

          • ugh

            So let me get this straight. Your “moron” comment was intended as part of your “WISH” for a civilized society?

            You do realize how little sense that makes, right?

          • ThePrufessa

            Yep. You hit the nail right on the head. I said that comment to spawn a wave of civilized comments on all message boards to go across the country like a plague. Jackass.

          • ugh

            Oh so you included yourself in the uncivilized sect. Now I get it.

          • ThePrufessa

            I didn’t include myself anywhere. I don’t live by boundaries.

          • ugh

            Wow, so cool.

          • ugh

            RIGHT?

          • ThePrufessa

            How is this basic knowledge when half the people in this country, if not more than half, are nowhere near civilized?

          • ugh

            Where are you getting these statistics?

          • ThePrufessa

            What statistics? I have lived on the same planet you have my entire life. There’s not one day where I stepped outside and felt like I was in a civilized society. A big mix of civilized and uncivilized people does NOT equate to a civilized society.

            When you mix red with blue is the resulting color blue or red? Not hardly. So when you mix civilized and uncivilized people together that doesn’t result in a civilized society. That results in chaos and that’s what we live in.

          • ugh

            Wow. Just wow.

            You’re in a digital argument on the comment forum of an article about Moronic Athletes on a website devoted to games, probably over a high-speed connection on a computer/smart device. I’m assuming here, but you probably live indoors, enjoy basic freedoms, and also have access to education and public utilities like clean drinking water, waste disposal, etc. as well as local, state, and national government with a military and police/fire/emergency systems to protect you. I’m sorry if that doesn’t “feel” civilized to you, but it is.

            If you actually lived in an uncivilized society, you’d have much bigger problems than trying to figure out how to outsmart me on this message board.

            Hit me up when you get back to reality.

          • ThePrufessa

            Are you being a prick on purpose? All that things you just mentioned has nothing to do with being civilized. All that means is that we live in a first world country not a third world country. That DOES NOT mean, in any way, shape or form, that the PEOPLE living in these wonderful conditions are civilized themselves. Some are, most aren’t. And I would bet my last dollar that a majority of the people that consider to be civilized have committed more than one uncivilized act in their lives.

            We’re FAR from living in a civilized society.

          • ugh

            There you go again with the name calling.

            So you ARE saying that the way you behaved was uncivilized?

          • ThePrufessa

            No that’s what you’re saying. I never made the assertion that you can’t call people names in a civilized society. That’s something that YOU asserted.

          • FRPSR

            What is so mysterious about finding as unsurprisingly dull a subject as one advertised as being involved in the analysis of otherly gifted millionaires .
            What is about as relaxing as a featherbed is the persistence of cudgel carrying attitudes with all the flexibility and humour of a sudden onset of lockjaw .
            It is hardly a mystery that giving a lout as many opportunities as possible to illustrate their peculiar oblivion to what is apparent to the Sunday drive by tourist , as well as the nitpicker from Nitpic U is based in altruistic urges filigreed with levity .

          • ugh

            Actually they have everything to do with being civilized, as they wouldn’t exist without civilized people creating and sustaining them. The thing I forgot to mention was the inherent sense of right and wrong that is part of any sustainable culture. This is why the police, court system, etc. exist.

            Name calling is for children and bullies who haven’t learned how to interact with the world around them appropriately. Not for grown men like you.

            The worst part is I think you know that you were wrong from the very beginning and are just too immature to man up and admit that you shouldn’t call people names (outside of appropriate, friendly context), especially when you’re the party in the wrong.

            Seriously, grow up.

          • ThePrufessa

            First of all, when you used the word civilized you were referring to the PEOPLE and not the environment that they live in. Just because we live in a civilized society doesn’t mean everyone ACTS civilized. You’re only looking at the surface. Yes we’re more advanced than other countries but that doesn’t necessarily make us better than everyone as a people.

            If you take a bunch of rednecks and ghetto people out of their slums and put them in the suburbs does that automatically make them affluent? So just because people live in this country doesn’t mean everyone has that to act a certain way. And they don’t. Most don’t.

            Furthermore, we’re not on a political or kid friendly site. We’re on a SPORTS site where name calling is used more often. When I said I don’t live by any boundaries it’s because I can change my demeanor depending on the environment I’m in. Some forums I’m much more tame, but just as argumentative as I am here.

          • ThePrufessa

            First of all, when you used the word civilized you were referring to the PEOPLE and not the environment that they live in. Just because we live in a civilized society doesn’t mean everyone ACTS civilized. You’re only looking at the surface. Yes we’re more advanced than other countries but that doesn’t necessarily make us better than everyone as a people.

            If you take a bunch of rednecks and ghetto people out of their slums and put them in the suburbs does that automatically make them affluent? So just because people live in this country doesn’t mean everyone has that to act a certain way. And they don’t. Most don’t.

            Furthermore, we’re not on a political or kid friendly site. We’re on a SPORTS site where name calling is used more often. When I said I don’t live by any boundaries it’s because I can change my demeanor depending on the environment I’m in. Some forums I’m much more tame, but just as argumentative as I am here.

          • ThePrufessa

            Who are you to say who name calling is for? If you don’t want to call people names then don’t.

          • ThePrufessa

            Seriously, you do you and let me do me. It has been working for the both of us all this time why stop now?

          • ThePrufessa

            You think I know I was wrong about what from the beginning? I already admitted to being wrong about what part of speech moron is. What else was I wrong about that I’m not man enough to admit? And why am I man enough to admit I was wrong about the part of speech moron is but not whatever the heck you’re talking about now?

            Why are you implying that I called him a name while knowingly saying something wrong? Yea, I called someone a name when I was wrong, but you’re speaking as if I knew I was wrong when I said it which is not the case. When I called him a name I thought I was saying something correct. I didn’t say something that I knew was wrong and then insult him afterwards. That’s not how I operate.

          • ThePrufessa

            Police and courts don’t exist because of the inherent sense of right and wrong. Police and courts exist because there are SO MANY people that DON’T CARE ABOUT THE RULES! They blatantly offend the law with little or no remorse. If everyone had an inherent sense of right and wrong there would be no need for police and courts and prisons. Which is exactly what I have been trying to get through to you ever since you said we live in a civilized society. You can believe that all you want to. If we’re so civilized why do I have to watch my back every waking second I’m alive? I had a brick thrown through my window and couple of months ago. Does that sounds civilized to you?

          • ThePrufessa

            No the examples we’re discussing ARE NOT! I wasn’t even being aggressive in my comment. I didn’t yell or use all caps, I didn’t get “extra” in my comments. I said two or three sentences and was done. Where is the aggression in that?

          • ThePrufessa

            Name calling can be used when bullying, but that does not mean that every time you call someone a name you’re bullying them. It would be a good idea for you to learn the difference between the two. My friends and I call each other names all day long that doesn’t mean we’re bullying each other.

            But when people reply to your comments that they don’t agree with telling you to go die, or stop commenting or leave the website in question all of that constitutes bullying.

            Moron.

          • ugh

            “But when people reply to your comments that they don’t agree with
            telling you to go die, or stop commenting or leave the website in
            question all of that constitutes bullying.”

            Sounds EXACTLY like when you replied to a total stranger’s comment and called them a moron…

            Name calling in the context of close friends who are all “in” on the joke is one thing, but anonymous name calling to strangers on the internet is entirely different. We’re talking about the latter here. Think before you talk.

          • ThePrufessa

            So me calling someone a moron is the same as telling them to go die? Really? How so?

          • ugh

            They are both examples of unnecessary aggression. That’s how.

          • ThePrufessa

            Unnecessary aggression? So all unnecessary aggression is done in a bullying manner? I think not.

          • ugh

            No, but the examples we’re discussing are.

          • ThePrufessa

            You think before you talk. Calling someone a name is NOT bullying UNLESS it’s done in an intimidating manner to try and subtly coerce someone to do something. That’s what the definition that posted said.

            Not only was I not trying to intimidate anyone I also wasn’t trying to coerce anyone to do anything that they don’t want to do. If you still don’t see the difference between the two then I don’t know what else to say other than you are a moron. And I say that in a non-intimidating and non-coercing manner.

          • ugh

            You’re right, you were just being verbally abusive. That’s totally cool and SOOOOO different than being a bully.

          • ugh

            Oh, and since this all started with grammar in the first place, I’d just like to point out that its “non-coercive,” not “non-coercing.”

            See how I did that without calling anyone names?

          • ThePrufessa

            See how I don’t care how you choose to correct someone on their misplaced grammar? You do what you do how you wanna do it and don’t worry about how I handle a similar situation. If you would have done that in this instance we wouldn’t even be here right now.

          • ugh

            Professor, please enlighten me and explain what “misplaced grammar” is…?

            Or feel free to keep making up words and expressions while you excoriate others. You do you, bro.

          • ThePrufessa

            I said adjective instead of noun. How hard was that for you to figure out? I didn’t make anything up. I used the wrong word.

          • ugh

            You made up the word “non-coercing” and the expression “misplaced grammar” (that’s not a thing, its just called incorrect grammar). That’s what I was referring to.

            Coercing is a word if used in the right context. Yours was not that context.

          • ThePrufessa

            Incorrect/misplaced… what’s the difference?! Ok, you got me in coercing and coercive. Thanks for the correction.

          • ugh

            The difference is that one is correct and the other isn’t.

          • ThePrufessa

            Right.

          • ThePrufessa

            Incorrect/misplaced… what’s the difference?! Ok, you got me in coercing and coercive. Thanks for the correction.

          • ThePrufessa

            And my name is spelled prufessa not professor. Clearly there’s a difference between the two. I’m not gonna call you UH instead of UGH.

          • ugh

            I don’t see how this relates to anything.

          • ThePrufessa

            YOU SPELLED MY NAME WRONG DUMBASS! That’s what it relates to MORON!

          • ugh

            Yeah, but how it relates to the rest of the conversation…?

          • ThePrufessa

            Dude, what does the subject of the conversation have to do with you spelling my name wrong?

          • ugh

            It isn’t even your name! I guess I’m sorry I know how to spell?

          • ThePrufessa

            I guess you never heard of anyone spelling things how most people pronounce them. If you want evidence of someone saying my handle the way I spell it turn to ESPN a few minutes. If Professor Blackistone is in the panel the host will introduce him as The Prufessa Kevin Blackstone. Some TV shows and movies are spelled that way. Names of all sorts of products are spelled that way. Phonetically.

            I’m not a professor. I’m the prufessa. My barber gave me that name. 4 years ago he said he would start calling me the professor (pronounced prufessa) and I rolled with it.

          • ugh

            Cool story, bro.

          • ThePrufessa

            And don’t tell me about google. I was the first person I heard tell someone “use your smartphone dumbass” when someone texts me a dumb question that they could have found the answer on their own.

            What’s sad about your situation is you looked up the definition and still didn’t realize that name calling and bullying aren’t synonymous with each other. Sure one could use name calling when bullying someone but they don’t have to. You can be a very effective bully without name calling. On the flip side of that coin every time you call someone a name doesn’t mean you’re bullying them.

          • ThePrufessa

            Name calling is a form of verbal abuse, but not all verbal abuse is done in a bullying manner.

          • ugh

            So your argument is that you ARE abusive but not a bully? Really?

          • ThePrufessa

            You keep your uneducated thoughts to yourself.

          • ThePrufessa

            Don’t worry I will die. As will you. So be happy that one day your wish will be granted. But my question to you is why hope for something that will inevitably happen anyways? That’s like me hoping that the sun rises tomorrow.

          • Michael Durel

            AnywayS?! Where are you pulling that “s” from? Are you seriously trying to come off educated, or do you just like to try to use that Devry diploma to wage war against 2/3 of the world that is more educated than you? Bet you say “acrost” and as-ter-ix, too. Sad that you’re spouting off so much you’re embarrassing yourself and don’t even know it.

          • ThePrufessa

            Right.

          • ThePrufessa

            You’re a total genius at determining how random people on the internet pronounce the word asterisk. Where did you learn how to do that?

          • morph2020

            I think he learned that pronunciation by just listening. Most people do actually say “asterik” instead of the correct “asterisk.” The correct way is “ass to risk.” There is a little joke about how to remember that. It’s a little poem. I don’t remember exactly how it goes, but here goes:an approximation.

            Little Nell put on her skates,
            To go on ice and frisk.
            Wasn’t she a silly fool,
            Her little *.

          • ThePrufessa

            What made you join the military? Too smart to do anything else?

          • Erik Baran

            It’s a given you aren’t too familiar with the English language, but do you know the meaning of “irony”, moron?

            I don’t know the demographic you hang out with, but MOST people don’t pronounce “professor” incorrectly. Even if 12% of the people pronounce it that way that’s still not most.

            Oh, and nice try with the non sequitur and attempt at misdirection. It doesn’t matter how long ago the original post is, if we’re seeing it for the first time, it’s new and current. Remember, moron, the internet is forever.

          • ThePrufessa

            I’m very familiar with the English language.

          • ThePrufessa

            So, you just wasted all that time writing that response to me. My point is that if 100 people already told me the same thing that you’re about to tell me then WTF is the point of you yelling out to me for the 101st time?!

          • ThePrufessa

            Now, what in the world was the point of you putting the word irony in quotation marks? Who were you quoting? That question could have been asked without the question marks around the word irony.

            Very rarely do I hear the final -or in the word professor pronounced. And even if what you’re saying is true…so what? I’m not the first person/business/entity that has titled something with the popular phonetic spelling. Many businesses have chosen to spell ‘the’ as ‘da’. And they do it no matter what percentage of people pronounce the that way.

            And it’s not just a demographic thing either. Take a visit to Where’s George dot com and browse through their forums. This is a hobby site dominated by nerdy white/Caucasian/Anglo Saxon people. But there are at least two guys there that regularly spell ‘the’ as ‘da’.

          • abajuba

            Moron is a noun, not a proper noun, but still a noun. Moronic is an adjective. Just sayin’……….

          • ThePrufessa

            Repeating the same thing to me that everyone else has been telling me the past month is a bit moronic. Just sayin…….

          • GregoryKyle

            I’ts a noun.

          • Harry Hoopes

            Try noun, moron.

          • ThePrufessa

            Try you’re five months late, moron.

          • Bill
          • ThePrufessa

            Congratulations! You’re the thousandth person to tell me this! Does that make you feel special?! Do you want a cookie for this accomplishment?!

          • Bill

            I realized that fact and deleted it. No, it did not make me feel special, just correct. But, yes, I would like a cookie. I like cookies. They are good, and I like to eat them, and keep them on hand for female visitors and my nieces.

          • Tim Geist

            it’s a noun….moron.

          • ThePrufessa

            You’re a 100 comments late…moron.

          • ThePrufessa

            And technically it’s both.

          • http://www.wonkloads.com wonk

            Wrong. Once ugh-ain, the ‘groidal input fails.

          • http://www.wonkloads.com wonk

            MORONIC would be the adjectival form, asshole.

          • ThePrufessa

            does it make you feel good to say something to me that has already been said to me a thousand times, asshole?!

            AL-B

          • http://www.wonkloads.com wonk

            you poor pathetic no-lifer, your many many comments nomatter the content say a lot about your pathetic ass, hole

          • ThePrufessa

            my many many comments? how about you point out some in specific that tells how pathetic i am?

            and how exactly do you know what my life is all about? how do you know what i do on a day to day basis that makes me a no lifer?

            AL-B

        • Craig Smith

          So know you are telling me I can’t name my dog Moron?

        • Lynda Counts

          You are assuming a proper name was used rather than an adjective describing an I.Q. level. Also, “like” is another improperly used slang term for saying “for example”. Dukie, I think you need a few more English classes yourself. Maybe we should stick to the purpose of the article which was talking about stupid mistakes, not I.Q. levels.

        • http://www.wonkloads.com wonk

          Yes, you can cap it. Up these other folks that naysay.

      • Lynda Counts

        Sorry Jake, but Moron is actually a level of intellect on the Standford Benet Intelligence Quotent Test which measures human Intelligence. Standard is 100 and Moron level is at approximately 70 (I don’t remember the exact number from my university class.)
        The Wall Street Journal published a report a few year ago stating that the average I.Q. of the N.F.L. (there should be periods after each letter in proper English) was determined to be 87…not at Moron level, but far enough below average which indicates that some were indeed at the Moron level and some far above it. It was, after all, an average of all the players.

      • William Jones

        All of you sound like morons, arguing over 1 letter in a word. This isn’t a college class its a sports site.

      • Navon

        “Mister, don’t call that dog Lifesaver… Call him Shithead.” Does this help?

      • Ryan Sergent

        lol yea brother

      • Clem Hooten

        Wasn’t that John Wayne’s first name?

      • Jake Redmond

        Archduke isn’t writing a journalistic column like Mr. Muncy. Holding them to the same standards is silly.

    • verbatim613

      If you are referring to “…you or I…” that is correct.

      An error or, really, pointing out how the author could have chosen a better word: “exuberant”. While it can mean “an abundance”, it usually doesn’t mean an abundance of a physical amount. It usually means “very enthusiastic”, or “very happy”. I think a better word the author could have chosen was “exorbitant”, which usually means, “way too much”.

      • Todd Jensen

        No it’s not. There is a simple test for which word to use – just leave out the “you and” part. Would you say “football players are no different than I” or “football players are no different than me?” So in this case “you and me” would be correct.

        • verbatim613

          Yes, that is the correct test. But the sentence, fully written out, would then be, “NFL players are no different that I am….”

          • Chomsky

            Thank you. I spent years as a grammar teacher, and you are 100% correct. It has, for the record, become acceptable (to most) to substitute the object pronoun “me” for the subject pronoun “I” in a comparative sentence. I love how you misspelled “than” intentionally to keep the theme of thread alive!

          • verbatim613

            Than/then??? Why would the word be “than”? My sentence written more briefly: “…the sentence would THEN be….” How would “than” be correct in that sentence? “Then” meaning, “in that case”.

          • Dan TheMan

            My guess is that Chomsky was referring to your typographical error in your quotation. You know, the part where you typed “that” instead of “than”? Yeah, that one. SMMFH

          • Jason Hill

            You misspelled “than”, choosing to type “that” instead, you moron.

          • verbatim613

            Ok, ok. Typo corrected.

          • Lynda Counts

            “Acceptable” does not mean it is grammatically correct. The rule is intractable, as my English major professors taught me. It is correct use if you remove everything before the “and” and the sentence remains correct. Example: John and me went to town. Remove “John and” and see if it is still a correct sentence. If not, buzzzzzz, you are wrong.

          • Some Joker

            This is the way I was taught in gradeschool

        • Lynda Counts

          You are totally correct. Those below saying you can “substitute” Me for I are completely wrong and probably say they are “done” meaning they are cooked to perfection. Slang is one thing, proper English is another. Wrong useage does not make it right.

    • Jason Hill

      Only the author began with “NFL players are no different than you and me…” which is correct. “Different” is the action, “You and I” is the subject, but than is a conjunction, turning “you and I” into the objective form “You and me”.
      Looks like you are the one who needed to par a little more attention in English Class.

      • Archduke Ferdinand

        This is good to know. I will try to par a little more attention.

        • Lynda Counts

          Oh, I think you have parred a LOT of attention, fake Archduke.

          • Archduke Ferdinand

            Haha…and I am parring and parring for even commenting on this article to begin with.

      • Bill

        Jason Hill Wrong. “Different” is not an action. It is an adjective. The point, that has gone overlooked everywhere in this hilariously ridiculous thread, is that the proper usage is “different from.” Look it up. When indicating a point of exclusion, “from” must be used for appropriate meaning to be conveyed. “Than” while it can be used as a preposition, is more commonly a conjunction, and indicates a point of comparison, not exclusion. If you look it up, you will almost certainly encounter something like “A is different from B” and “C is more different than A.” The two usages have two different meanings, and appropriate communication of exclusion requires “from.”

        Given that “from” should be used, the objective pronoun “me” must be employed. If not communicating exclusion, but comparison, “I” would be appropriate “You are different from me” but :”he is more different than I [am different].”

      • Bill

        That’s great. I can tell that you want to contentious and snarky about this, but whatever. That is not my intention. I’m just pointing out a basic error. I will admit it may seem an unusual context for most, but it is something of an occupational hazard that I am overly sensitive to this stuff. I do not mean to offend. If you looked it up then you had a bad source because “different” cannot possibly be an action; it is quite clearly an adjective modifying “players” which is the subject of the first independent clause in the sentence to which you refer. If “than” is used as a conjunction, which it is here, though used incorrectly, then “you and I” is the subject of the sentence’s second clause. However, the second clause should not exist because “you and me” should be the objects of the preposition “from.” This isn’t a judgment situation; it’s fact, and I don’t point it out to be superior, just to point it out. I did not write to be condescending, and I do apologize if I came across that way–again, not my intention. I do this for a living, and just get a bit defensive about the language and like people to understand. It is a bit goofy I admit, and can rub the wrong way. I am a little amused by the fact that you attempt to ridicule me for correcting a comment you made 5 months ago–one that I just encountered today, so it s brand new to me–but you still respond to my correction. I don’t really get that part. If you really looked this problem up somewhere, get yourself a better grammar source. I recommend the old Houghton-Mifflin series from the 80s if you can find a used one. Otherwise, Essentials of English is pretty good and available at Amazon. I have recommended it to students who have taken it to college. .

    • Lynda Counts

      I think the discussion was about stupid mistakes. However, NFL players are different from you and me in that their collective I.Q. scores tend to be much lower than ours. Wall Street Journal published a report a few years back saying the average I.Q. of the N.F.L. was 87. The accepted norm is 100. They don’t completely reach the “moron” level which is in the 70′s range, but they are close. Some of the announcers may not be at that level, in terms of I.Q., but obviously lean toward slang more than standard English usage. Some slaughter the English language on every program. If they are doing it to “identify with the audience”, it is an insult to the viewers. Otherwise it usually indicates that they used to be a football player. As for the players, starting sentences with “Uhh”, “you know”, “like”, etc. is a red flag for ignorance.

    • Jim Vickers

      Me can’t figure it out. Please let I know.

    • Kuklapolitan

      You have even managed to misquote the quote! He didn’t write “NFL players are no different that you or I..” He wrote “NFL players are no different than you and me, except…” For someone who is so highly critical of the author’s usage I can only wonder how you can add the following to your original gaffe without experiencing a feeling of total embarrassment: “…and get back to those of us people who actually paid attention in English class.” Excuse me Sir Cretin…but you are redundant. “Those of us people” includes one word too many. That word is “people!” Those of us people…hmmmm, let’s see now…as opposed to what? Who do you suppose “those of us” refers to if not people? Ants, raccoons, aardvarks? Try and attend an English class ASAP so you can save yourself further embarrassment and spare us your idiotic rants. Oh, and BTW…the word “Moron” is not one that is capitalized. Pardon me while I roll my eyes in your direction.

  • Terrell Sutton

    dumb

  • Thadd Harrington

    I was going to comment on how dumb this article was, but then I saw the other articles that get posted on this site and changed my mind. Time spent arguing with a writer from a site that also posted “Hey Jealous Tim Tebow Hater: He Will Play in the NFL And Get the Last Laugh” and “5 Reasons Baltimore Ravens Will Pull One Out vs. Denver Broncos” is time utterly wasted.

    • Archduke Ferdinand

      You are smart. I got sucked in and now I am arguing with someone with better English grammar knowledge.

      • Sugarbush43

        It happens to the best of us.

  • ThePrufessa

    rae carruth could have taken a couple of these spots

  • Bannerdog

    How many of those players are smart enough to know the difference between “exuberant” and “exorbitant”?

  • yonse2

    Hey, the women are just getting quality seed from the bull, and he’s happy to oblige. Oh, and, I guess, signing some checks, and getting them in the mail. But I love him, we’re SoulMates….. !!!!!

  • Brian V Streeter

    Hernandez tops this one I’m sorry

  • kenhowes

    Hold it–how does it make Dez Bryant a moron that some guy asks if his mother is a prostitute? Even if she were–and I have not heard that she is–how would that be his fault or mean that he is a moron? There have been some incidents involving him, but as far as I know, there has never been a determination that any of those incidents were his fault. Last I knew, Americans were innocent until proven guilty. Both of the two Ben Roethlisberger incidents have proven to be put-up jobs by women who were trying to get something out of him. They aren’t any kind of proof that he is a moron.

  • kenhowes

    I’ll agree on Sam Hurd, Pac-Man Jones and Aaron Hernandez; they certainly belong on the list. I might have added Christian Peter, back in the 90′s.

  • yougogirl

    Oh come on. What about Cleveland Browns rookie linebacker Ausar Walcott charged with attempted murder? Certainly he belongs on the list.

  • spockmckoy

    I wonder how everyone here would act if you were 24 yrs old and given $100 million dollars…………

    • rayking19 .

      Well I wouldnt kill, rape, or assault anyone.

      • spockmckoy

        that is being criminal, not moronic. i think any young person given that much money would instantly do some stupid things because they have substantial amounts of ‘expendable’ income.

  • Johnny Knight

    Indianapolis, OH !! HELLO !!!! It’s Indiana.

  • Aquanut

    NOTE TO JOURNALIST: Call your college and ask for a refund. Seriously
    bad grammar. What ever happened to the days of needing to pass your
    work along to an editor before publication?

  • Oilfart1

    Ray Lewis is not remembered as the only NFL player to get away with murder. He is extolled as a great player. Heck ESPN hired this used Summer’s Eve container as an analyst. This guy is an admitted felon who sold out his friends to get out of a murder charge and then testified so poorly everyone got off. The families of Richard Lollar and Jacinth Baker still await justice in their untimely and violent deaths.

    Ray Lewis is NOT stupid, but a knowledgeable person with the wherewithal to hatch a conspiracy to cover up the circumstances of a murder. Victim’s blood was found in Lewis’ limo. The clothes Lewis were wearing that night have never been found. No one has been convicted in these cases and evidence was disposed by Lewis’ minions.

    He should NEVER be in the Hall of Fame. He certainly should not be an ESPN analyst. He should be in prison serving a sentence for being part of a double murder and the ensuing cover up.

    • William

      There were dozens of people there and no one said Lewis stabbed anyone. He admitted to lying to police, which people do all the time when someone in their family or a close friend is accused of. I would do the same for my own son. He didn’t sell out anyone. Apparently you think testifying is selling out. The reason no one was convicted is because the prosecution blew it and because those two men you mentioned, who are now dead, were the biggest dirtbags on the scene (read their bios somewhere) and they started the fight (not really in dispute anywhere). Also, you use the word conspiracy but apparently don’t know the meaning of it. Yes, blood was everywhere. it was actually also on others at the scene and all over other cars. Ever been in a big fight? blood gets everywhere without a knife involved! Frankly, if anyone was stabbed by the people in Lewis’ party I doubt was Lewis (yes I followed the case). If somehow it was Lewis, it was likely self defense as the fight was started by the dead guys. Why self defense? Ask Trayvon. If fighting back with your hands is considered a threat you can shoot someone for, wouldn’t fighting back with a knife be the same?

      • redblackdawg

        That’s not true, until his lawyer got involved there were 4 witnesses that said lewis was swinging a small blade hidden in the palm of his hand. He bought his way out of jail and all of his actions since then has been an act to make money, people are shallow to worship a murderer.

        • William

          You lose again. You are a liar now too. Here is why — he never spoke to the police without his lawyer. So you are trying to say he changed his story once he spoke to a lawyer? You are coming across as just bat@(#* crazy with statements like “all of his actions since” . Last time I checked, playing in the NFL was a job one is paid for. I am pretty sure all the actions all of us take for our jobs is to make money. That is the world. And I don’t think anyone worships him. If anyone worships anyone, they have issues. Lastly, small blade? The murder weapons were never classified as that in any part of the trial. They were folding knives, but not small. The knives they are alleged to have used were not small like you descibe… Oh, and one more thing — the part that is not disputed by anyone is this: Lewis and his group left the club and were by their limousine. The guys who were killed were in a group that walked by them and they said something to Lewis’ group. Then one person from Lewis’ group walked toward them and was hit by a champagne bottle, in the head. That is what started the fight. i dont’ see a victim in that group. I see someone that, whoever was killed, was part of the fight where weapons were used by both sides. And yes, as we saw in teh Travyon murder, you can kill someone with a weapon for beating you with their fists (and certainly if they are hitting you with bottles). Anyway, he was not charged with murder. You are a loser. He apparently is not.

          • redblackdawg

            You really just defend him with zero facts. The lawyer he had did not show up until after he made bail after he first got arrested when he was charged with murder, so there are two of your point that could be easily found by a simple Google. There is a huge difference between a bar fight and being attacked in a breezeway of an apartment complex. Also if you read the police report numerous people said the fight started when shoving happened after an argument, then the champagne bottle happened.

            Fact is still Ray was charged and arrested for murder and was in severe danger of going away for a long time until his second lawyer got involved who is notorious for getting clients off by witnesses not showing up or changing stories. That was when his charges got changed and he took the plea deal then turned into the worst prosecution witness since kato.

    • Dan TheMan

      So, basically, your big evidence of some type of coverup is that there was blood in Lewis’ limo and his clothes were never recovered? So what?! The worst that could prove is tampering with evidence for getting rid of his clothes. Even if his clothes were found and were covered with the victims’ blood, it still wouldn’t be enough evidence to convict Lewis. Who’s to say that during a struggle, one of Lewis’ friends didn’t stab the victims in self defense and then one or both victims, in fighting back, bled on Ray Lewis? To the best of my knowledge, most states don’t charge you with murder just for being there unless you can either be proven to have had a part in plotting the murder, or been involved in some other chargable felony offense at the time of the murder.

      I find it hard to believe that police turned a blind eye to Lewis just because he offered to testify. I believe that he had little or nothing to do with the deaths of the victims other than being present and that police and district attorneys also believed that and offered to reduce/drop charges against him if he would testify. It’s ludicrous to assume that there was a “fix” in place all the way from the arresting officers to the district attorney to the judge. Maybe he just had a great lawyer, or maybe he really wasn’t responsible.

      Personally, I look at Ray Lewis’ life SINCE that incident when I wonder if he was guilty of murder. He was one of the greatest leaders of NFL players outside of coaches, gaining respect and admiration from almost every person he played with and against. He is a leader and a motivational speaker for young men off the football field as well. He is a father of several children, and by all appearances, a very devoted, loving father. It’s hard for me to believe that someone could change so much that at one point in their life, they are capable of murder, yet over the next decade and a half, everything about them and their life speaks of a man respected and admired by many people.

      Was he guilty? I’ll never know, because I wasn’t there. Is it hard for me to believe that he was guilty given the trajectory of his life and career? Absolutely.

      I suspect that most people who demand that he was guilty are sad little people that are jealous of everything that he did with his life. Either that or they’re sad little Steelers’ fans.

      • Oilfart1

        enjoy your life in Baltimore. Continue to enjoy your O.J. is innocent meetings.

        • Dan TheMan

          Awww… how sweet. You tried to bite back. Too bad you missed on both counts. But, hey, you set a perfect example of a petulant little child. Did I hit a nerve with my “sad little Squealers fan” comment, or can you just not stand the fact that you were made to look like a fool when I debunked your paranoid conspiracy-theorist ranting? Well, whichever it is, you’re pathetic and petulant. Congratulations on that, at least.

          • Oilfart1

            Surprised you did not chunk out the race card. I just think Ray Lewis is not deserving of the almost Obama like devotion.

          • Dan TheMan

            Why would I “chunk out the race card”? How does race have anything to do with this? How does Obama have anything to do with this? And, if you just think Lewis isn’t deserving of “devotion” as you put it (I usually call it not passing judgment without facts, by the way, the same I would hope others would offer to me) then why did you go on and on about a conspiracy that he “hatched”? I think it’s a bit late to try to switch gears since you already plowed into a wall of reality in the form of my first reply, but go ahead and try to cover the skid marks and pretend you didn’t wreck yourself if it makes you feel better about it.

          • redblackdawg

            Fact is he was involved in the fight, people stated he was in the middle of everything, people died, he ditched his clothes, he was the only one with blood on him, his lawyer spoke to all the witnesses, he paid a huge(7 figures+) to the victims family. Add all that up and its all points to him covering his ass, by using his money to get out of trouble. And hes referring to how only black culture accepts murderers and thugs as acceptable personalities along with people lauding praise on Obama when he hasn’t fixed anything and is seemingly trying to force war with Syria. His presidency is the worst since Jimmy Carter.

          • Dan TheMan

            Hahahah! Let me start with whatever that rambling nonsense was in which you ended by saying that Obama’s presidency is the worst since Jimmy Carter. Umm… did you happen to miss the president right before Obama? Obama inherited that guy’s mess, and though I voted for Obama both times, I am not thrilled with him lately or his choice to threaten war with Syria. However, to ignore the absolutely monstrous clusterfuck known as the GWB administration is absolutely fucking absurd. Just in the simple fact that you think Carter was anywhere near the level of Dubya, let alone, worse, shows me that your judgment is clearly clouded by partisanship. Yes, Carter sucked as a president, but since then he has devoted his life to helping people and is one of the most caring, loving, active former presidents in this country. If that’s not worth laying off of his record from over 30 years ago and realizing that Dubya was about 50 times worse for this country, then you clearly have some serious partisan issues. And if you are going to pretend that you haven’t witnessed the petulant Tea Party congress opposing everything Obama does simply because it’s Obama doing it, then you’re clearly in a state of pure nirvana (assuming of course that ignorance is, in fact, bliss). But, I digress. We were talking about Ray Lewis before you and the aptly named “Oilfart” tried to drag Obama AND the race card into this. So, let’s go back and review what you presented as indications that Lewis was guilty and pick it apart piece by piece.

            - “He was involved in the fight” – many people are involved in fights because other people start fights with them. Self-defense is enough grounds for reasonable doubt.

            - “People stated he was in the middle of everything” – First, refer to the last point. If people had stated that he STARTED everything, then, under the laws of most states, he could likely be charged with felonious assault and/or battery, and thus charged with murder for the death of a person resulting from the felony in which he was willfully engaged and had willfully initiated. People get caught in the middle of stuff all the time – sometimes they are trying to defend friends or even themselves. Being in the middle of everything proves nothing.

            - “People died” – people die every single fucking day, and someone’s proximity to them when they die does not indicate that they murdered them. If Ray Lewis was the only one near the people that died, then you might be able to move beyond reasonable doubt. Just being near someone that died means absolutely nothing.

            - “He ditched his clothes” – see my previous post. Refresher – he could have been defending his friends. You already stated that he was in the middle of everything, so is it unreasonable to believe that while he was in the middle of everything, got scared, or tried to defend himself or his friends, panicked and ditched his clothes? If someone started a fight and your friends stabbed someone, and while fighting them, you got their blood on you, and you knew that the guys were hurt really bad, would you be perfectly calm and not panic and make bad choices? Would you just sit there and wait for the police to show up calmly? I’d like to say that I would sit and wait for the police so that I could proclaim my innocence, but there’s this chemical in the human body, a hormone, I think. It’s called adrenaline, and creates what is known as the fight or flight syndrome. It’s very difficult to sit still when your body is juiced on adrenaline. It creates panic, thus the “flight” part of it. Fights often happen very fast – within a matter of 30 seconds or less, and can leave even the victor feeling disoriented. How hard is it to believe that Lewis and his friends panicked and fled, and made the poor decision of thinking that ditching their clothes would somehow protect them – all while hopped up on adrenaline and the disorientation from the fight. But, whatever the case, ditching your clothes only proves obstruction of justice or destruction of evidence.

            - “He was the only one with blood on him” – really? the victims didn’t have blood on them? Lewis supposedly stabbed and killed 2 men (apparently while the second victim just stood there and waited for it to happen) and by your own account was “in the middle of everything” – apparently a bit of a brawl from accounts, and he was the only one with blood on him? Really?! Is it impossible to believe that one of Lewis’ friends stabbed someone and that in the altercation, the victim didn’t fall into or struggle with Lewis, causing the blood transfer? If he really was the only one with blood on him, is it unreasonable to believe that maybe the “victims” were beating up his friends and one or both of his friends tried to defend themselves with a knife and in the “middle of everything”, Lewis wrestled with or otherwise struggled with the “victims” in order to help defend his friends or himself? Is it possible that the “victims” were bleeding before Lewis ever touched them? Just because you stab someone doesn’t mean you’ll get blood on you. Typically, unless you hit an artery, a stab wound won’t gush or spurt blood.

            - “His lawyer spoke to all the witnesses” – LMMFAO!!! Are you kidding me? That’s indication of his guilt? In that case, anyone, anywhere in this country that has ever had an even reasonably competent attorney is 100% guilty! That’s one of the most ludicrous things I have EVER HEARD IN MY LIFE! It’s a lawyers JOB to speak to all of the witness you fucking imbecile.

            - “He paid a huge(7 figures+) to the victims family” – First of all, civil, wrongful death lawsuits are a LOT easier to win in court than any criminal case. You see, in criminal cases, juries are not supposed to render a plea of guilty unless they believe the evidence proves that the defendant is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. In a civil case, the jury or the judge only has to believe that the case is proved by a preponderance of the evidence. Basically, what that means is that many people acquitted in criminal cases are still sued in civil cases. Let’s take a peek into the likely discussion between Lewis and his attorney for the civil case (knowing that Lewis was not convicted of murder in a court of law, but assuming that he may or may not have actually been the person that caused the death of the two “victims” is really a moot point in this matter). Here’s a likely discussion:

            Attorney: Mr Lewis, the families of the victim(s) have filed a civil suit against you for wrongful death. (and probably against the club, the limo company, and anyone else that had enough money to make a suit worthwhile – by the way, did they also sue Lewis’ friends that were there? Just curious…)

            Lewis: I didn’t do it! (or if it makes you feel better, you can pretend that he laughed evilly and cackled gleefully about how get got away with murder at this point).

            Attorney: Well Mr. Lewis, that’s beside the point. (Or again, if it makes you feel better, you can imagine the attorney saying, “Damn right mo-fo! High Five!” , etc.)

            Attorney: (continuing after gleeful celebration of duping the police, the district attorney, the court, the judge, etc. etc.) What matters here Mr Lewis is that you are a public figure that will likely take a huge hit in his career trajectory if this civil suit is allowed to drag on. Since you already have millions of dollars and the potential to earn tens, if not over a hundred, million more in your career, my recommendation is that you settle for (insert 7 figures+ here) rather than allow this to drag out and impact your image and your career.

            Mr Lewis: WTF?! That’s bullshit! I didn’t do it! (or, if you like… “Damn… for real?! That’s all that murder costs? Pssht! I’ll be killin fools every day yo!” )

            Attorney: As I said, guilt or innocence doesn’t matter in this case Mr. Lewis. (or… “yeah… I know! Right? I might kill a couple fools myself! Aww yeah son!” )

            Mr. Lewis: Well, what should I do?

            Attorney: If you fight this case, you could end up owing the plaintiffs the full amount for which they are suing, and honestly, a jury is likely to find in favor of families that lost loved ones, particularly when the defendant is an extremely wealthy man, regardless of the evidence, and in this case, the evidence doesn’t have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt: there only has to be more evidence for than against. And, let’s be honest Mr. Lewis, even if it was self defense, and even if you were tried for murder and it was proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that you did not stab these men or that you did stab them, but it was in self-defense, and you were acquitted in a criminal court, this case could hinge on the simple fact that you were there and people said you were in the fight and that you left after the fight – that could be enough evidence for this civil suit in itself Mr. Lewis. Because you are a public figure in a public career which could be greatly impacted by negative publicity such as that which would come from a prolonged, civil suit, my recommendation is that we offer the victims’ families a (tenth, half, a single percent, whatever the amount) of what they are suing for and make this go away so that you can have some normalcy in your life and focus on your career.

            Mr. Lewis: But I didn’t do it! (or, again, if it fits better in the “facts” that you claim… “Aww hell yeah! Murder’s even cheaper than I thought!” )

            Attorney: Mr. Lewis, if you insist, I will defend you in this civil suit, but it is my advice that you offer to settle out of court. It may cost you your career and a lot more money if this drags on in the media and the court of public opinion with people like redblackdawg that would convict a man based on a string of circumstances rather than cold, hard, evidence. And, you’ll likely end up having to pay all that they are asking for. The chances of you winning a civil case, given redblackdawg’s chain of circumstance is much less than you winning a criminal case given redblackdawg’s brilliant case that so clearly proves your guilt (in courts that don’t rely on provable facts and hard evidence). Anyway, Mr. Lewis, I digress. The point here is that the public was, in large part, already crucifying you and judging you the moment this awful tragedy hit the news. If you think a civil trial won’t cost you FAR more than settling, you are sadly mistaken. (Or, in reddogdick’s fantasy: “they’re having a discount on murder these days! Let’s go stab some bitches!”)

            Mr. Lewis: Maybe you’re right… but I don’t want people to think I did this, because I didn’t. (or some other proclamation of innocence up to and including self-defense, defense of his friends or others, etc.) Ok. We should settle. I feel bad for the victim’s families anyway, and I have a lot more money than I know what to do with. (Or, in RedDogRectum’s fantasy, “I’ll make it rain money on those bitches like I made it rain blood on their boys!”

            So, you see blackdogturd, just because someone, in particular, a celebrity trying to protect their career – with enough money to settle out of court – settles, does not indicate guilt or innocence.

            Add all THAT up and you’re left sitting on a pile of redduckdong’s special brand of ignorance and injustice.

            Again, did Ray Lewis kill those two men? I don’t know. If he did kill them, was it in self defense or defense of his friends? I don’t know. Given the kind of man that he has been ever since that night, I find it difficult to convince myself based only on unstable witness testimony and circumstantial evidence that he is a murderer.

          • Dan TheMan

            Not that it matters much, but the parts in the imagined conversation between Lewis and his attorney in which I express my suspicion of what’s in reddog’s fantasies ended up formatting really weird. Should have been an “evil laugh” here and there and a “fist-bump”, “chest-bump,” etc. But somehow, the punctuation I was using caused it to format weird. Like I said, not really important – just odd.

          • Lynda Counts

            Excellent reply Dan. I too was expecting the race card since that is normal in these situations. Applause to you for using the facts as you see them rather than lowering the argument to that level. When that happens, I immediately assume the person using “the card” has lost the argument. Money does not replace the death of a person, but it does indicate to many people that he was guilty of at least “aiding and abetting” the murder or he would not have have been forced to pay large sums to the victims families. All that is beside the point that the man is a great player but a bit short in the intelligence department. Honors and awards in sports, however, have never been about intelligence but about a specific talent – football. So I think you are both right in some measure.

          • Dan TheMan

            I appreciate your sincere and mature reply, but I also have to argue that many wealthy, famous people choose to settle in civil suits rather than suffer the drawn out bad publicity and potential for larger amounts if the case is lost. If anything, when the accusing party settles a suit out of court, it makes me believe that they were fishing for a payday just as much as it indicates the guilt of the defendant. Many times people also settle because they fear that other issues may be brought up and made public during a civil trial. It is a lot more common for judges to accept “character witnesses” in civil trials and who’s to say that the suing parties wouldn’t have approached some of Lewis’ acquaintances and offered them a payday if they testified (falsely or truthfully) about Lewis’ personality.

            As I sort of laid out in my imagined conversation between Lewis and his attorney in my response to redblackdawg, there are plenty of reasons that public figures choose to settle out of court. This by itself is no indication of guilt/innocence to me.

            While I disagree with your supposition, I do appreciate that you responded in a civil and mature fashion. Thanks for the meaningful, intelligent dialogue – so rare these days on the internet. =)

      • redblackdawg

        Ummm if his clothes were recovered with blood all over them along with the testimony from witnesses then yes, it would have been enough to convict him. All those witnesses gave evidence they saw him swinging what looked like a knife during the fight, also they didnt turn a blind eye, once his attorney got to them most witnesses started saying they weren’t sure all of sudden. Most APD detectives fully believe Ray killed those people and his lawyer then got to the witnesses to plant doubt in what they saw. Add that up to the large settlement he paid to the victims family, which also prevents them from speaking about what was said to them from detectives then its obvious to even a moron that Ray got away with murder.

        • Dan TheMan

          After doing a bit of googling, it looks like even the friends of the “victims” gave statements that matched with Lewis’ and his friends’ account that Lewis was not even involved in or near the fight. So, your argument is that several friends of the “victims”, all gangbangers by all accounts, watched their friends die and then gave statements to the police that Ray Lewis wasn’t involved because Ray’s attorney talked to them AFTER they gave those statements… Wow… that’s neato. Love that magical thinking. SMMFH.

      • Sugarbush43

        The facts all point to “yes”, just as they did the in OJ trial. Both of these guys are murderers and the world knows that, despite a biased jury and/or paid off families.

        And keep blaming Lewis’s guilt on the Steelers fan base, because it makes you look like a typical Ravens fan.

        • Dan TheMan

          Yawn!
          First of all, I actually went around the internet and looked for the facts and the facts told me that everyone that witnessed the confrontation first of all said that Lewis’ wasn’t near the melee in which the known gangbanger was stabbed. They also said that the gangbangers instigated the altercation. They also said that they saw one of Lewis’ friends hitting the known gangbanger in the midsection, where he was stabbed. Even if Ray Lewis was seen in part of the altercation, the fact that the gangbangers followed Ray and his friends out of the club and instigated the altercation gives Lewis and his friends a self-defense plea. But, Lewis himself wasn’t even near the melee according to initial reports of eye witnesses. If you believe the facts are different, go out there and find them and post them here. I think you just hate Ray Lewis and are parroting what other haters say. The reality is, it’s believed that his friend stabbed the known gangbanger after the gangbangers instigated a confrontation, including breaking a champagne bottle over the head of one of Lewis’ friends.

          Did I hit a nerve with the Steeler’s fan comment? Are you a Rapelisberger fan? That commet was so long ago, I don’t even remember why I said it lol. But, if you brush up on your reading comprehension skills, you’ll come to understand that I didn’t blame Lewis’ guilt on the Steelers’ fan base, I defended what I believe to be his innocence, and then took a shot at sad little Steelers’ fans, suggesting that mostly they are the ones that demand that he’s guilty. Subtle difference there, but you might be able to catch it if you have more than a 2nd grade education.

          Lastly, I’m far from a Ravens’ fan, so strike 3. You’re out. kthxbye!

    • Lynda Counts

      I agree with you totally. However, the same scenerio has applied to numerous felons on the N.F.L. squads. The fact that they get away with heinous crimes has more to do with the highly paid lawyers they hire who dream up these schemes than it does the player’s intelligence. I doubt Ray Lewis could think his way out of an open box, but, his multi-million dollar lawyer could and did. Same goes for the sleeze in Hollywood. Money and fame speak louder than laws. Unfortunately, even teenaged players know they can bend or break laws while in high school with the right person speaking on their behalf.

  • Oilfart1

    At least one member of the Patriots can’t fire a gun with accuracy.

  • Ron Unger

    Yes, because writers know what it’s like to have your life under a microscope.
    Lots and lots of money.. and everybody wanting a piece.
    Hey lets flip the script, and follow journalists around for a few months, and document every minute of their lives.
    See how fast I get slapped with a Stalking Charge.
    Stop Journalist Bullying…lmfao..
    You are an Idiot

  • bern1417

    Nothing, I mean absolutely nothing beats Jeff Ireland asking Dez Bryant if his mother “is a prostitute”,LMMFAO… Dez’s retort should have been to ask Ireland if ” his mother was a prostitute”, or to punch him in the face. Both reactions would have been justified.

    It was nice to see somebody actually report on Roethlisberger’s rape case correctly. That skank in Lake Tahoe was out for herself. Any chick who tells he bf to fly to PIttsburgh with her, so they can try to meet Ben in hopes of ” having little Roethlisberger’s” as her friend testified in her deposition is a piece of sh*t. Thankfully, her friend wasn’t a psycho like the alleged victim. As for the girl in GA who knows what went down there, but any chick who can recite a guys height and weight down to the exact pound like she was reading his bio is up to something. The one thing I will say about Ben is he is/was a d*ck in public before getting married and didn’t think he needed to pay for a drink in this city when he would go out. I’ve witnessed it first hand. Acting like a pompous jerk and trying to nail everything with a hole was his norm and I’m sure was a direct result of being hoped up on pain pills. His claim to fame was being a pig and sleeping with girls who aren’t the typical ” athlete chicks”,lol… Therefore, you reap what you sow as there is nothing worse than a scorned chick. That is going to happen when they’re avg looking and just gave some dome to a big name QB who wasn’t looking for a second date.

  • bern1417

    I guess there isn’t an editor who proofreads,eh? Now this is an awesome sentence ” His NFL career is over and if is his dad is right, this moron may need to get help”. I honestly sometimes feel dyslexic reading these stories… I’m just pointing it out, I’m not trying too be the English teacher..

    • Dan TheMan

      I absolutely agree. The same level of editing goes on over at BleacherReport. There’s one guy (not sure offhand what site he writes for) that has, according to his bio, a decade or more of teaching the English language, and his writing is awful. Even when his grammar seems correct, his sentences sound like a ten year old trying to display a vocabulary well beyond their grasp. It’s scary that crap like this is ever posted without a heavy dose of editing, or at the very least that these “writers” are still allowed to write for these sites after publishing this crap.

  • Bill Cline

    I know it’s ancient history but what about Reggie Rogers?

  • Stan Beyerman

    #11 — out of 20 — starts out “Last but not least.”
    I’m confused.

    • Dan TheMan

      I think this was initially supposed to be a list of 10. which would mean there would be the intro page and then 10 pages of persons for the list. Not sure though since the whole thing is basically rubbish like most sports blogs these days.

  • khackett

    It probably would’ve been a little more responsible if you called this 10 most moronic acts. I made it only to Pat McAfee, and then you lost me. McAfee is one of the most active and respected media personalities in Indianapolis, and one of the few NFL players who has already solidified himself a second career. Doesn’t sound too moronic to me.

  • john5651

    i think the biggest moron is the one who wrote this article.

  • rayking19 .

    You have a guy at #2 who fumbled a ball. Not killed someone, not busted for drugs, not assault, not 25 kids, but a fumble. Really?

    • Dan TheMan

      It really was a very moronic thing to do. Maybe even deserving of the #1 spot. As Sanchez’ career marches off into the wasteland where most USC grown QBs’ careers go to die, it will be more and more likely that the butt fumble will be the highlight most associated with his short, sub-mediocre career.

  • Hatebre Eders

    SHouldn’t this just be titled ‘Niggers being Niggers’ ?

    • William

      you are a horrible person

    • Your worst nightmare

      That’s what I noticed. Roethlisberger is not dumb. Can’t be to be an NFL quarterback. The kicker got drunk, so does that make him dumb? No. So forget the two white guys on the list. 20 for 20. Oh, add the dumb nigger in the white house…..surprised he hasn’t painted it black yet.

    • Lynda Counts

      Now THAT is totally inappropriate. I have no knowledge that any of them are black. How do you? People do not always post their own photos. If ugly name-calling is all you can mentally do, perhaps you should hang up your keyboard. I think you just posted for attention and shock effect. I have no objection to verbal ugliness if it is in the context of an argument to make a point, but it certainly degrades the person doing it. Let’s all now look up the term “Red Neck” and see if Eders photo is there.

      • Pack-Man

        Don’t worry Lynda, their aren’t too many black people living in their trailer park community, they don’t know any better

      • Sugarbush43

        Don’t feed the troll.

  • rich borders

    JaMarcus Russell and the sizzurp incident. Onterrio Smith getting caught with the original whizinator in the airport, an item used to pass drug tests. Former raider Darrell Russell and the incident where he video tapped a woman getting raped. Those should all be on there.

  • tevra

    the only moron i see here is the one who wrote this drivel

  • http://www.facebook.com/pitt.lord.75 Pitt Lord

    No one can top Jamarcus Russell in the idiot department and I mean no one. But in the category of dumb face no one can touch Ben Roethlisberger.

  • greenforest56

    I think the common thread here is most of these guys have the maturity of six year olds.

  • ryan

    On this episode of “When Keepin’ It Real Goes Wrong”, a barely-literate millionaire neegroe athlete is up in ‘da club’ and …..(insert violent/criminal act here)

  • a b

    not going to mention that Big Ben crashed his bike, the fastest production bike on the planet at the time, while not wearing a helmet?

    • Lynda Counts

      Kids and those with the brains of a child do stupid things. It doesn’t make them mentally incompetent. My son, for example, at age 16 decided with his friend to climb the flagpole on a country club property to steal a flag. He was arrested and taken to the jail. What did we do? I considered having him re-take his I.Q. test. Instead,we contacted our lawyer, told him NOT to get our son out of jail, but to see that he was put in the drunk tank for the night and watched over, but that he not know he was being looked after. When the judge gave him community work and lectured him, my son said he was so shocked by what he saw and the results of what he had done that he would never break a law again, and to my knowledge at age 30, he never has. So, were we bad parents? Most would have bailed them out and lectured the police. But that is today’s world and creating more criminals than it cures. Young people will push the edge of the envelope to see who will stop them and when. Parents should see that rules are obeyed, not ignored.

    • Sugarbush43

      I think that particular incident is what should have him on this list – not the fact that there are many women out there who will attempt to nail an NFL player in hopes of crying foul later. I know a former NFL player and that scenario is all too common. Of course, the players are also supposed to be aware that there are people out there who do that and should be cautious, so…..yeah, maybe those should be on there, too. I love Ben, but seriously. He had a year or two of stupidity.

  • Paul Harper

    Am I being racist if I point out that there was one white man and one Hispanic man in this group of about 20 morons. Hummmmm.

  • THE_HISTORIAN

    Kellen Winslow Jr. violated his contract when he screwed up his body by impersonating a motorcycle expert and crashing while practicing “wheelies” — never been the same player since college. He belongs on the list.

  • John Doe

    There’s a number of players on this list that aren’t even in the NFL. I think the real moron is the one that wasting his time writing this article.

    Barely missing the top 20 and coming in at #21, a tie: every one of us for spending a few minutes clicking through.

  • Mahi Tuna

    these are the ones that got caught. if it wasn’t for football my guess is about 60% would be in jail. no skills, education and basically street mentality. but people pay 100′s to watch these jokers every Sunday. If you ever see a team in street clothes it looks like a San Quentin reunion party. It’s funny people spend so much on them.

  • Jon Stropes

    Pat McAfee definitely does not belong on this list. The incident in the Broad Ripple Canal did NOT tarnish his reputation in Indianapolis. The way he handled it afterwards was so stand-up and humble that everyone around town ended up loving him to death and the whole thing has become a joke that he’s capitalized on. A local t-shirt shop has a best seller that says “I went swimming with Pat McAfee.” He regularly has his picture taken with people wearing it and he’s a champ about it. The Colts gave him a weekly feature on their website where he interviews one of his teammates and they’re hilarious. He’s also got a radio show here and the online promos feature him floating down the canal on a tube with a water gun. The dude is probably the most well-loved punter in the NFL.

  • Obelov

    another dumb ass list? can anyone make these? can I do a few?
    Big Ben is on here because other people accused him of things?!…. Didnt know other peoples decision and actions could make someone stupid…
    Creator of this list is the true number one Dumbass in my book.

  • Deee

    Yea man, Ray Lewis , smartest defensive scheme linebacker argueably ever, and this guy calls him a moron on a self defense charge, this author just took nfl players that ran into trouble in the law and threw them on a list.

  • B Cooper

    No wife beaters. Not counting Chad Johnson, he would have made the list anyway. With all of the “other” wife beaters in the NFL, unbelievable non are listed. If someone already made this comment, sorry for the repeat.

  • crisnick

    Why isn’t OJ on the list? Am I missing something?

  • tjs

    2 Lions on the list…yet you missed one. Charles Rogers. Number 1 pick. Multiple arrests for drugs, DUI and fail to appear in court. He is quite a mess!!!

  • mambobananapatch

    The writer should learn to spell, and write.

    • Kevin

      You should learn how to use a comma.

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  • Bob Slater

    How could you not list Ray Lewis as #1? Like OJ, he DID get away with murder, but somehow he is now being deified!! HUH??? Did I/we miss something here? The law certainly did!!!!!

  • talon1812

    Is it just a coincidence that most are black?
    Bring on the haters now.

  • jt3z

    And guess what all of these guys make more money than the author of this piece.

  • Caseyjalpha

    I love how all “analyzing” the Ray Lewis case ignore the author’s vague litmus test for being a “Moron”. Several where classified as that for bad decisions while out and about with alcohol or during a “party” setting. One was classified as a moron for simply not remembering his 7 children’s names after a vigorous workout. And yet another is remembered as a moron simply because his head ended up near his own player’s rear during a particularly bad PLAY. The Lewis case involved the loss of two people’s LIVES. Label Ray Lewis however you’d please but the fact is he was somehow involved in the taking of human lives. Moron doesn’t even begin to describe the poor decisions that led to this travesty.

  • David Rooks

    why didn’t Rae Carruth make this list??? kills his girlfriend cuz she’s pregnant with his baby and then is found hiding in the trunk of a car????

  • Kevin

    Out of 20 picks, only 3 of them are white. Jus’ sayin…

  • Don Bennett

    Mr. Mathew Muncy is obviously jealous of the salaries these Athletes make. I for one would like to see him call MR. Suh dumb to his face, so we could see how many broken bones 1 person can have without a fatality.

  • Blargette

    This article is a product of a lazy douche.

  • Eldridge

    Roethlisberger also crashed his Harley while riding without a helmet. Oh yeah, he did not have a motorcycle license. He had an expired learners permit

  • Jake Redmond

    It’s idiotic to put Big Ben on the list with these others. He was never EVER charged with anything. The Founding Fathers would turn in their graves (you know that little thing about being innocent until proven guilty?). Why don’t you just hang out nooses and string up whoever you “think” is guilty, even though charges can’t even be brought on them? Stupid and sad.

    • TennesseeRedDog

      He’s still an idiot. This is the same guy who sat on his ass when introduced to the parents of his date. He is the poster boy stupid jock.

    • Sugarbush43

      I agree that he shouldn’t be lopped into the same list as these others who are dirty players, murderers, and convicted criminals (and then there’s Plaxico…poor, dumb Plaxico). However, he did act really dumb for a couple of years there. At least he finally matured. <3 you, Ben!

  • TennesseeRedDog

    Putting McNabb on this list is what is moronic.

  • bleh

    I suppose Vince Young and JaMarcus Russell were left off the list because they are no longer in the NFL…

  • Adam

    So Suh made this list because of supposedly dirty play on the field? He’s grouped in on a list with murderers, sexual offenders, domestic abusers, and drug abusers because of aggressive play on the football field, where I might add he has never taken a player out of a game. These media crackpots really need to lay off of him and not group him into a list with convicted felons, he has no criminal record or failed drug tests like everyone else on this absurd list.

  • aprilglaspie

    The Suh play on which he supposedly kicked Schaub was nonsense and should have been called holding, without a doub. His most recent pecadillow, an alleged illegal block on an INT return, how does anybody expect much more from a DLineman than Suh’s stumbling into the opposing player. On the same Sunday, Clay Matthews got away with a truly dirty OoB necktie, and was fined less than 1/6 of what Suh was fined. Why? Matthews doesn’t wear hoodies and has blond hair?

    And how does it make the player stupid when some racist pig club official asks him if his mom is a prostitute? Ahole should have been fired immediately.

    • Tim Geist

      Clay Matthews isn’t consistently making dirty plays.

  • Enricopallazzo

    Vince Young?

  • Steve Klingensmith

    how does Ireland asking dez if his mom is a prostitute make dez a moron? I know he has done other moronic things, but how is that his fault?

  • kenhowes

    Some of these guys aren’t particularly morons, just men who did one thing wrong one time, or even were just in the wrong place at the wrong time.

  • Steve Dave

    I can’t believe the levels to which “writing” has sunk in this age of online “journalism”. Did anyone else read this before it was posted? Is this guy just getting paid simply to ramble and hurl insults at people? Not visiting rant sports again.

  • C. J. Woo

    Mathew Muncy, work on your punctuation. Put end punctuation inside your parentheses “ALWAYS.” Also, blame your editor. This garbage made it by someone else before it was posted.

  • Ray C

    I might be wrong, but I kind of remember Stallworth’s having nothing to do with him being drunk. I believe there was video of his incident. He wasn’t speeding or driving out of control. If I remember correctly, the guy came out of nowhere and hopped into traffic.

  • Pete Pete

    anyone who has 12 kids with 8 different women deserves the moniker nniggger.

  • Jamal Reece

    Titus Young has mental problems you ass hole writer… Good one calling him a moron for it…. Idiot.

  • Appatight

    Yeah these are some morons but they have been far more moronic football players than some of them. A lot of these player aren’t in the NFL anymore so then we could include some other previous NFL players. Why didn’t my 2 favorite morons make the list? OJ Simpson and Rae Carruth.

  • Jerseysmelltours

    Mr Hernandez has to be the dumbest! He had just signed big money contract and seemed to be entering best part of NFL career and he played behind that big guzzlehead white TE so no real pressure to be the “man”….

  • Jerseysmelltours

    But if Mr Hernandez is a dummy that I think Coach “SuperGenius” Belechick seems a big dummy as well. Drafted him with high pick even though talk was, he’s a nutter. Than built “O” around the nutter and signed him to big money contract….Just sayin’

  • Jerseysmelltours

    I always thought that Mr Jones nickname should have been “Pee-brain” not “Pac-Man”…Just sayin’

  • wildagreen

    should be no different from you or me…for those who care…different from not different than…you or me, object of this differencing business but the real morons are people like us who read these articles.

  • Slop_j30

    I’m not quite sure I’m OK with “guy doesn’t know games can end in ties” being on the same list as “guy likely murdered multiple people in cold blood.” I think we’ve expanded the definiton of the word “moron” to the point it doesn’t really mean anything. I mean, I lost my job once for doing something stupid, and Pol Pot slaughtered millions of people. Are we both morons?

  • Shaone

    Ray did NOTget away with murder. The two friends that stabbed the dudes were AQUITTED in SELF DEFENSE!!! Get the story straight!!

  • games

    Mathew Muncy a professional writer….supposedly….writes “you or I,” when he should have written “you or me.” Then he writes a column calling people stupid!

  • DoctorVizzini

    TAKE BEN ROETHLISBERGER OFF THIS LIST !!!!

    Being ACCUSED of sexual shenanigans by two money-grubbing gold diggers is NOT Ben’s fault, idiots! He was just a rich athlete hanging out in a bar looking for some horny girls like ANY single male of his age does EVERY damn night of the year!

    It’s blatantly obvious these 2 little scumbags were after his money from the minute they laid eyes on Innocent Ben. The first tramp concocted a fake story and then reported sexual assault over a year afte the alleged “incident” occurred. Then, she files a CIVIL lawsuit for money and brags about wanting a “little Roth” to make her happy with her new QB hubby!

    The second slut wore a shirt to the club that night that had large letters of “DTF” on the front which everyone knows means “Down To F–K”. So then she gets sloppy drunk and she’s “down to f–k” and gets Innocent Ben in a bathroom and he satisfies her sexual cravings but she doesnt land him as a boyfriend so she goes like a crybaby to the police!

    Wow — you Ben Haters sure make me laugh — so jealous of his RINGS and his money!!

    • cthun

      Lightning never strikes the same place twice. 1 time would be a mistake, 2 is a pattern. Also the motorcycle thing should still land him on the list, he is lucky to be alive.

  • David C Johnson

    what about ray carruth?

  • Anonymous

    I coming out with the Dumbest Writer. Watch out for that.

  • Blackhawk

    I agree that Albert Haynesworth is a moron, but “after only 10 years in the league”?
    Ten years in the the NFL is something like triple the average.

  • Suzanne

    Proud to see that, whatever this list’s faults, not one Seahawk made the list (and no, I don’t consider that a “fault.”).

  • perplexio

    I don’t understand McNabb and Sanchez making the list when Rae Carruth has been left off. That moron should be #1 on the list!

  • ggsaf

    For the record: Donte Stallworth had gone to bed, woke up and was driving in the morning while the person was crossing a highway. Donte could have gotten off with nothing but chose to plead guilty because he felt bad at the loss of an innocent life. He is a really well-educated man and an overall good guy. I am guessing there wasnt a lot of research into this..

  • RT Colorado

    This Rant Sports thing is out standing.

  • Train24

    hey dudes. i just wanna say that i usually frequent the sports articles before i go to bed..usually read the comments people post cuz they’re pretty funny especially when people spaz out and start getting super serious. but i’ve never seen people troll each other this much over grammar. archnerd ferdinand get your shit together man. this is an article about yoked up nfl players who get roid rage and blacked out drunk and party super hard. btw i don’t know how najeh davenport didn’t make this list after he took a dump in his x-gf’s clothes hamper, and author please explain how ben rothlisburger doesn’t automatically get put in the top 3 for like 7 cases of alleged sexual assault. i read an article in forbes last month that basically said big ben kept the roofie market(which of course is experiencing a dip because of the imprisonment of jerry sandusky) alive from like 2004-2009, by himself. and also, if we’re gonna call this the most moronic list of nfl’ers, how is eli manning not on this list? puh-lease, winning a couple sb’s doesn’t make you exempt from this list. anyways, thought i would put those thoughts out there for everyone

  • Jordan Raichle

    Wow, what’s with all the hate, guys? These comments are for hating on NFL morons, not each other.

    I’d put Ryan Leaf in there somewhere just for the time he freaked out on a reporter and almost attacked him. And then after retirement for stealing painkillers and going to jail.

    JaMarcus Russell drank himself out of the league. And I’m not talking about alcohol; he drank enough cough syrup to kill a bull.

    Terrell Owens for all his stupid antics that hurt his team: the driveway sit-ups, calling out McNabb for throwing up in the huddle, the classic “That’s my quarterback!” sobbing rant, then the following season calling out that same quarterback for favoring Jason Witten. And now, like so many other NFL players, he’s deep in debt from all the child support he pays to his four illegitimate children. (That he recognizes.) Not to mention his disaster of a reality show.

    Brett Favre. Enough said. How did he not make the list?

    Ricky Williams. I understand the guy had demons, but how can you fail so many drug tests when so much money is on the line?

    And lastly, a little known moron from the ’70s: Joe Gilliam, Jr. Joe was the first African American starting quarterback after the AFL-NFL merger. Gilliam, Jr. went from beating out Terry Bradshaw for the starting job in 1974 to doing so much LSD that he couldn’t comprehend the playbook, and was out of the league by the ’75 season. Gilliam battled various drug addictions for nearly his entire life. Meanwhile, Bradshaw and the ’70s Steelers went on to win four Super Bowls.

    Those would be my additions to the list. Hope you liked them!

  • Arnold Rogers

    If dogs die and go to Heaven, Michael Vick should be very worried if he makes the cut!

  • Rob SHultz

    “Moron” is an adjective? That’s moronic!

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  • tornadohunter

    After reading all these dumb ass comments, I’m still looking for the top 20 list here! LOL

  • tornadohunter

    oh that’s right. We’re only counting 10 but still, Where the hell are they???

  • tornadohunter

    they they are- my bad

  • David Gray

    Hum,,,,,Most are (so called) African Americans………………………..

    • Jake Holman

      As are most NFL players. Hmmmmm….

  • Duude

    What’s really sad is an increasing number have been instigated in the crime of murder.
    Just a day at the office when you’re in the NFL

  • DAO

    wheres Ryan Leaf

  • B S

    all i’m seeing here is a list of assholes, fuck-ups and sufferers of criminal levels of poor impulse control. most of the men on this list should be unemployed for bad behavior or locked up, either in jail or in bedlam for being a danger to themselves or others for being criminally violent or borderline psychopathic, and yet they’re all here making millions and not suffering a whit because obviously in their bubble little world of machismo and money there are no consequences.

  • Jeff Roland

    Never heard of Rolando, oh is that a Raider jersey he has on ,maybe that’s why

  • bubbacr

    How is Brett Favre (penis photo) not make the list? And you put Aaron Hernandez & Ray Lewis on the list, but what about Rau Carruth (kills his GF and stuffs her in his trunk)? AND NO OJ??!!!

    • Real Deal

      You are right,that was a moron move by Favre, LOL, I almost forgot about that! Carruth and OJ both deserve to be their as well!

  • Sam

    This is the worst list I’ve ever seen. You just took players who got into legal trouble and called them morons, adding absolutely no interesting or entertaining insight. I thought this list would be funny, but it doesn’t even try to be funny, or informative, for that matter. What did you accomplish writing this piece? Did you get paid for this? What are you doing with your life?

  • Sam

    Also, murderers, rapists, and mentally unstable people are in a different category from morons. You don’t kill someone because you’re stupid, you kill someone because you’re a bad person. God, what the fuck is wrong with you? Why would you write this? What a stupid fucking list. And all you commenters are yelling at each other for grammar mistakes and making racist comments, totally ignoring the absurdity of this list. This guy’s a dumbass. You’re all dumbasses. I’m a dumbass for wandering onto this fucking site. This is worse than barstool.

  • Bob

    Until Ray Lewis is found GUILTY, he is INNOCENT.
    Try putting yourself in shoes like his, and I don’t mean a crime scene, I mean where YOU know you are innocent but everyone around you thinks you are guilty.

    • Tony

      a plea deal….means you are guilty.

  • DoctorFeelgoodMD

    Ben Roethlisberger makes the list with flying colors.

  • Patrick Durham

    Where’s Rae Carruth?

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  • checkya linx

    This might be the single worst article I have ever read. Ray Lewis never got away with murder… his moronic friend did. He was just hanging out with the wrong idiot that night. Ndamukong Suh is a moron for playing rough? Go watch soccer! I could go on, but I will not bother.

    • Real Deal

      The only reason he was not tried, and convicted of, ( at the very least ) accessory to murder, was because he excepted a plea deal, to testify. (ratted) on his homey’s!! He then acts as if he were innocent, man has no morals, and has the heir of entitlement! Just saying!!!

  • Tyson Litz

    How do you list Ben Roethlisberger without mentioning his love for helmetless motorcycle riding?

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  • Marc Odato

    Notwithstanding Henandez’ trail of evidence, committing a crime makes you a criminal, not a moron. In an interview, Ted Johnson called Vince Wilfork’s wife ugly, which in my book makes him the NFLs biggest moron — and puts him in serious contention for Biggest Moron Worldwide.

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  • harley2002

    Come on how smart can you be to want to play a sport that is going to rattle your brain destroy your body and make you a cripple at 40 ? You do it for the money as if you did not pump yourself up with steroids and do this you would be a greeter at Wal Mart.

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  • Tim

    I stopped reading when I saw Pat Mcaffee listed.
    He got drunk – big deal, his arrest was comical and he never hurt anyone or resisted.
    He then went on to make amends in the city ever since.
    He is loved in Indy and does not have a bad reputation.
    Next time you write an article do some work

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    Man, this site is awful. Its like they took high school dropouts, gave them a laptop and asked them to write articles about stupid shit. Then they give it to the editor and he just say “eh, f-it. No one will notice spelling, grammar or punctuation mistakes.”

  • Guest

    THE TITLE OF THIS ARTICLE IS MISLEADING AND IN CORRECT!!! The payers actions and or/events were RECKLESS not moronic. Breaking the law isn’t technically stupid. RECKLESS IS THE CORRECT ADJECTIVE! “The 25 Most Reckless Players in the NFL” is the correct tittle.

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    THE TITLE OF THIS ARTICLE IS MISLEADING AND INCORRECT!!! The payers actions and or/events were RECKLESS not moronic. Breaking the law isn’t technically stupid. RECKLESS IS THE CORRECT ADJECTIVE! “The 25 Most Reckless Players in the NFL” is the more correct tittle. i hate it when they draw people in with a misleading tittle for a post.

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  • Charles Calhoun

    What kept OJ off your list? His innocence? His time since pro football? Remember his time well spent, and deservedly so, still warming his bed in a cozy prison cell.

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  • LaContra

    Apparently the Author hasn’t heard of former Rams CB Darryl Henley…..serving 42 years in Federal Prison for try to put a hit on the Federal judge in his case and the star witness against him….in a previous case where he was sentenced to 10 years for smuggling cocaine around the country on the Rams team jet.

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    What about OJ Simpson????

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    Where is Ray Carruth? Last I checked, murdering your baby mama is pretty stupid.

  • Adrian Edwards

    There is nothing moronic about signing a massive contract then failing to play to it. Lazy? Yes. Moronic? No.

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  • GibbyD

    Roethlisberger should NOT be on this list . He was not found guilty of any of the allegations of women who claimed things against him. His only dumb moment was when he chose to ride his motor-cycle without a helmet and crashed head first into a car. He is a married man now and has a family , does allot of charity work and has maintained a very good record on and now off the field . Love and marriage can cure allot of things for some people .

    • Real Deal

      The only thing is, maybe,the first time he gets a pass, but only a year later he gets charged for the same thing, pretty moronic choices he made, even if he was not guilty, which is suspect because it happened twice!!! Just saying!!

      • GibbyD

        He was guilty of being a man who was and is attracted to women and as a single man at the time , enjoyed the company and attention of them . HE NEVER THOUGH, RAPED or ATTEMPTED TO RAPE ANYONE. As a professional spotlighted athlete , he was a target of those who accused him for their own selfish agenda . DO THE RESEARCH and find out the truth . For the past several years now Ben has been a married man with a child . God’s Word , The Bible,says the cure for the common yet natural man problem of strong attraction to woman ,. is to get married .” I say therefore to the unmarried and widows, It is good for them if they abide even as I.But if they cannot contain, let them marry: for it is better to marry than to burn.”( I Corinthians 7:8,9)KJB. Also (Genesis 2:18)KJB “And the LORD God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him.” This was the main problem and God supplied the remedy . Real Deal , I hope you have found peace yourself in a real relationship with God through , ” repentance toward God and faith toward The LORD Jesus Christ ” ( Acts 20:21)KJB. Jesus said , ” Ye MUST be born again ” ( John 3:3; I Peter 1:23)KJB. ( I Corinthians 5:17; Acts 16:31; I John 5:13; Philippians 1:6)KJB. If God can forgive and even says He forgets our sins that are under the Blood of Christ , then we too should do likewise and forgive and accept the apology of those who have not been perfect. One of the names they call Lucifer is , “The Devil”. The word devil in the koine Greek means ” accuser” . The Devil is the accuser of the Brethren (God’s children) . . The devil likes to bring up past actions even though those actions have been forgiven and or corrected YEARS ago . I don’t want to be the devil’s helper trying to tear down and hurt those who are now living better and honoring to God . The Bible says ” love covereth a multitude of sins” Who could stand if we kept bringing up people’s past sins that they have repented of years ago ? Ben’s testimony has been great for many years now since that time . As a husband and dad , Ben has been doing very well . JUST SAYING !!! http://www.carm.org

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  • Scott Brady

    Rae Curruth should be added to this list if Hernadez is considered still “in the NFL”

  • Thatlilonewglasses

    It should be simple.

    You have a felony that hasn’t been cleared within the last 5 years, you shouldn’t be allowed to play.

    Just like every other job.

  • 4xtra

    Matt Muncy…
    Seriously,
    You need to consider another profession,..
    This article was written in DOUCHEBAG fashion…….
    many of these guys were arrested or charged for dumb stuff
    Because of 9/11
    YOU CAN GET ARRESTED FOR ANYTHING
    Your a dumbazz

  • Mike De Fleuriot

    Strange how they picked only Black guys for this moron list.

    • http://www.djhomeless.com DJHomeless

      I didn’t realize Ben Roethlisberger was black. Maybe you should be on this list too!

      • Mike De Fleuriot

        Too easy, throwing you back in the pond.

    • 4mack924

      Why is it strange?

    • https://www.facebook.com/karl.hungus.984 Karl Hungus

      You must’ve been reading a different article form the one I just read. From what I saw, whitey was fairly well represented.

  • MORON

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  • Jayson

    Moron NFL players … It’s just too easy isn’t it?

  • OrthoStice

    No Rae Carruth?

  • Alan Parker

    So this is where all the grammar Nazis have been hanging out.

  • AppealPlay

    You forgot OJ Simpson.

    • Real Deal

      Agree, he should have been on the list along with Carruth!!

  • HMan570

    Didn’t see that many whites on the list so I am guessing that things are well in the NFL.

  • Real Deal

    Ray Lewis should be first on this list, and Rae Carruth second, or vice versa, and how did Rae Carruth, not even make the list?

    • Real Deal

      plus O.J.

  • One Other Jagoff is typing

    Eugene Robinson, busted for soliciting a prostitute the night before a Super Bowl.

  • the cook

    morons

  • Jaye March

    Only 10???

  • Ervin Baker

    Rae Carruth should’ve made this list.

  • Robert Huong

    And people don’t understand that if it weren’t for the NFL and NBA the US prison system would be double the size… Anyone else notice there were no Jewish NFL players on this list?.?… Everyone is thinking that they’re all minorities. Truth is, is that there aren’t any good Jewish football players, just ask Donald Sterling.

  • Tim

    The error is the use of “THAT”… “NFL PLAYERS are no different THAT you or I….”.

  • 6281980

    IS THIS AN ENGLISH LESSON ON PROPER GRAMMER OR ARE WE TALKING ABOUT MORON BEHAVOIR .

    • Ben Ghazi

      All caps is shouting. No caps can cause misunderstandings:

      More and more people who send text messages and emails have long forgotten the art of capital letters.

      For those of you who fall into this category, please take note of the
      following statement: Capitalization is the difference between, “helping your
      Uncle Jack off a horse” and “helping your uncle jack off a horse.”

      Is everybody clear on that?

  • Jake Redmond

    I like how Mr. Muncy puts Big Ben on a list when (if he would have investigated the facts) he was NEVER charged EVER with ANY crime EVER. There were just allegations…but never ONE charge. Never once were any charges filed. In Mr. Muncy’s world, it doesn’t matter that you have never been charged EVER with ANYTHING. He decides to be judge, jury and executioner just on mere allegations that never even amounted to ANY charge. The Founding Fathers would turn in their graves.

  • SouthSideSkeptic

    Donovan McNabb is a moron because he didn’t know NFL games could end in a tie?? Most players and fans probably didn’t know that. Ties used to be quite common, but that ended with a rules change. As for knowing the rules: get a copy of the NFL rulebook and read it. Or try to. About 250 pages of the driest reading you can imagine.

  • Ben Ghazi

    Topping the all time list has to be O.J. Simpson.

  • http://www.wonkloads.com wonk

    Mostly Negroes huh. I don’t know the stats as to league breakdown for ‘groid prevalence on rosters but upward of 80% as it seemed on viewing this list doesn’t serve them well. Let it be known that it cracks me up to read of stuff like Vince Young’s financial insolvency.

  • Telecat

    No Rae Carruth? No Michael Irvin? Y’all are sloppy.

  • 21st_century

    Wow the Colts are some serious hypocrites.