The NFL has just made their decision on the many cases involving Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott. Elliot has had run ins over last year stemming from abuse claims, beating a bouncer at a club and exposing a females breast during a St. Patrick’s Day event.
Those incidents are worth 6 games to the NFL who just handed down their decision:
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 11, 2017
The NFL punishment system continues to be completely unpredictable and arbitrary. Last year the NFL suspended disgraced kicker Josh Brown 1 game for beating his wife over 15 times, so I guess the NFL is making progress (sarcasm).
Jerry is reportedly fuming! Awwww that’s too bad! Feel a little picked on by the league? Who would have thunk that?!
Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones is said to be furious with NFL decision, per one source. Furious.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 11, 2017
At this point, I’m 100% confident in saying that the NFL has a committee that just throws darts at a dart board that has # of games on it.. That’s the only way they can possibly come up with these numbers. 6 games for all the above. You mean to tell me that what Zeke did is 2 games worse than air pressure in footballs? This is why the NFL has huge problems when it comes to domestic abuse, they are enablers.
Zeke will appeal, and he will probably get it reduced to 4 games, you can book that happening. The NFL is a sad, sad organization.