If you've seen ESPN in the past 2 weeks, you'll realize that there has been an onslaught on Tiger Woods character. So tiger gets in a car wreck, the details were sealed, they say he had a few affairs, his mother in law gets taken to the hospital, and they start treating the guy like OJ simpson. Did the sports media sense that Tiger woods' career has peaked and then decided to falsify a crisis to generate buzz and even more buzz when he decides to come back? Everyone I know could careless about Tigers "transgressions". That's his business. Not ours. We like tiger for golf. Nothing else. The media has portrayed Tiger as Jesus Christ reincarnate. Someone who could do no wrong. They show pictures of Tiger with upset faces and show his minor blow up on the course when he hits a bad shot to portray him as a masochistic, short fused, uneven keeled person when that is not the case. Even when Tigers mother in law went to the hospital, some reports alluded to Tiger laying hands on his woman. Is that fair? Which leads me to my next question: If Peyton Manning (Or any other A-list sports personality) were to have some "transgressions" after his career has peaked, would the sports media Crucify Peyton the same way they have Tiger? If you answered no, please explain. I would like additional perspective on this.