And I can tell, from googling your name, that you are a thirty-something slacker, Vanderbilt fan who fishes, plays videogames, takes pictures and thinks "snuffdapunk" is a pretty cool expression. But instead of writing you off as an immature fool sorely lacking in good judgment and making sweeping ambiguous assumptions about how all immature fools sorely lacking good judgment think this way or that way, I will actually give you the benefit of the doubt and assess your opinion as based on its own merit without prejudging it because of any biased opinions I may have about its author. So in your opinion, Tucker is justified in saying VY is not professional while overlooking Roethlesberger's indiscretions because VY's actions hurt and upset his teammates while Roethlesberger's actions did not. So in your opinion missing a plane has a greater impact on one's teammates than raping women so it must be a bigger offense. I don't agree with that opinion. I actually think it's rather absurd and immature. But hey. If that's your opinion. But you do realize, however, that Tucker wrote his article about VY on the heels of something that happened in a bar in Dallas. Therefore, you're missing the point in your defense of Tucker - unless, of course, you somehow imagine that VY's actions in a bar in Texas adversely effect his Titan teammates even worse than Roethlisberger's actions in a bar in Georgia effected his Steeler teammates?