The Ezekiel Elliott six-game suspension

According to My Top Sportsbooks, the Dallas Cowboys are going to have to step up their game this season while their brightest star player is suspended. If the suspension stands, second year running back Ezekiel Elliott will miss the first six games of the season. This is a long suspension, especially considering the police thoroughly investigated and found no credible evidence substantiating it. Supposedly Elliot put his hands on an ex-girlfriend with enough force to leave bruises.

The NFL investigated things themselves. Unlike the police, the NFL concluded Ezekiel Elliott committed a crime. The crime? Violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy.

How is it the NFL is better than the police at determining if a crime took place? Since when is it the NFL’s business to investigate crimes?

If the six-game suspension stands, it means the Dallas Cowboys will be without the Ezekiel Elliott for the following games:

  • New York Giants
  • @Denver Broncos
  • @Arizona Cardinals
  • Los Angeles Rams
  • Green Bay Packers
  • @San Francisco 49ers

That’s three home games, three road games, and a bye week between the fifth and sixth game. These six teams had a combined record of 43-52 last season, with the Rams and the 49ers contributing heavily to the loosing side of things.

You know who’s the happiest about Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension? The Giants, Broncos, Cardinals, Rams, Packers, and 49ers. They now get to play the Cowboys without their best running back on the field.

Roger Goodell is judge and executioner

This is one of the many problems with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell being judge and executioner for players and the misdeeds they may or may not have committed. Goodell works for the 32 team owners in the NFL. Goodell doesn’t work for the players, nor does he work for the fans. Goodell is biased. This six-game suspension made one owner angry, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, but it probably pleased the 31 other owners.

For their sake, I hope none of their star players have ex-girlfriends with photos of bruises. It doesn’t mater if a crime took place. If a woman has bruises, it must be because of her ex-boyfriend, especially when that ex-boyfriend averages 5.1 yards per rushing attempt and averages over 100 yards per game.

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