A key moment for Roethlisberger

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In the court room a person is presumed innocent until proven guilty, which is not the case in the court of public opinion.

For Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger a key moment for him is coming soon.

That moment will be his decision to whether or not voluntary give a sample of his DNA.

If Roethlisberger says no and prosecutors presiding over the case obtain a warrant for his DNA the tide of public opinion on him will be overwhelming.

Even Steelers ownership is apparently upset with Roethlisberger, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

In the end, the smart move for Roethlisberger is to cooperate with police and if they find that he did do it then he needs to take responsibility for his actions.

Down to his last chance

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According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, via ProFootballTalk.com, the Cincinnati Bengals signed safety Roy Williams to a one year deal.

Williams is most likely down to his last chance.

Williams started every game in the first five years of his career, but that has not been the case the last two years.

In the last two years Williams has only in seven game due to injury.

In the end, if Williams cannot stay healthy in 2010 as talented as he is he will find himself out of the league as National Football League teams don’t want an injured player.

This is what makes our country great

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Opening the comment section I noticed some comments from a person named Cranky Guy.

Even though his comments were negative, it is another display of why our country is great.

“A glowing statement on the quality of the Buff State curriculum to be sure. Do you ever read your own material or is it just the rest of the world that notices that you write like a 5th grader,” he wrote.

If it weren’t for the men and women that have sacraficed their lives we wouldn’t be able to make critical comments like this.

For if he were to live in Iraq under Sadaam Hussein he most likely would have been hunted down and killed.

As for my writing style I was shown this at WGR and was reaffirmed at Erie Community College.

Also, if you read the Buffalo News paragraphs are usually thought by thought.

In the end, thanks for the commentary and we hope you continue to enjoy reading.

Lions are heading in right direction

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The Detroit Lions have made a couple of moves since the start of free agency.

Both moves have the Lions heading into the right direction on defense.

First the Lions acquired defensive tackle Corey Williams from the Cleveland Browns.

Williams struggled in his whole time with the Browns after coming over from Green Bay Packers in a trade.

Then the Lions went out and signed defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch.

Vanden Bosch is not the player that he was, but he is better than what they have currently at defensive end.

Also, the Lions have the third pick in the draftand with two defensive tackles regarded as the best in the draft its more then likely the will take one.

In the end, if the Lions stay healthy they could push for a wild car spot in 2010.

What gave you that idea?

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According to Steve Reed of CarolinaGrowl.com, Carolina Panthers quarterback Matt Moore feels that the team is now his.

What gave you that idea Matt?

Could it possibly be that the Panthers cut long time starter Jake Delhomme.

Or, could be that the Panthers gave him a tendered him at the first round restricted free agency level.

What bothers me the more is the fact that Moore and the Panthers never tried to negotiate a long term contract.

Moore stated he signed his tender, because he realized what a great opportunity it is.

Hello McFly?

Yeah, it is a great opportunity, but you still got to get paid.

The smart move would of been to negotiate a long term deal.

Now, if Moore stinks it up and doesn’t live to expectations the team can easily move on after next year.

In the end, don’t expect Moore to be the long term answer, because this shows he is a real big dumbass.