Pacman Appeal Thread

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by goTitans.com, May 11, 2007.

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  1. mdfan

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    This means 1 of 2 things:

    1) The appeal was hopeless and he just gave up so that he wouldn't have to waste any more time not partying.

    2) The appeal was mostly hopeless and Pacman's lawyers think that he will be showing maturity if he accepts his full punishment, and it might be just enough for Goodell to decide to reduce the suspension.

    What it probably doesn't mean: Pacman is actually getting more mature and is ready to accept his punishment.
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    Thats strange.
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    i have a feeling adam won't play for the Titans again
  7. LT21Titans27

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    I can believe this just happened, were screwed
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    wow is right... oh well, I hope he does grow up and can come back.
  10. Dutchman

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    Pacman Appeal


    Geeeze!! It is public opinion that supports the NFL, not a court of law…when was the last time you were ordered by a court to cheer for your favorite team!!! And, as we all know, the court of public opinion can be very arbitrary.

    So Goodell gave the public its pound of flesh (In a later reply). What’s your point?? Logic doesn’t apply. Same standards don’t apply except to protect the revenue of the NFL as perceived by the Commissioner. And he perceived the negative public opinion associated with Pac to be detrimental to the NFL. And that IS the standard.
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