We are a divided country.
"Today's decision ends our need for officials on the field, be they regular or replacement officials," said Goodell. "At the same time, we place more control of the league into the players' hands, which is something they said they wanted during last year's labor negotiations. I think it's plain to see that this was the best solution both for the short-term and moving into the future."
Starting Week 1, players will be tasked with calling holding, false start, offsides, pass interference, too many men on the field, illegal formation and every other penalty normally the purview of football referees. Games will be reviewed by the league office each Monday and those players who don't call penalties on themselves will be fined.
"Not only does this bring integrity to the game and allow us to save a few bucks by not having refs, but I get to fine a ton of people," said Goodell. "And these aren't small fines. You hold someone and don't call it? I'm taking a game check. It's going to be fantastic."
The best teams always work as a unit.
Don't pick on a scab.
Someone with his body might be very popular as a prostitute.
As though Little Leaguers don't cry easily already.