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Since the tape of Ray Rice hitting his wife was released by TMZ early last week, Roger Goodell and the rest of the NFL have found themselves in arguably their darkest and most exposed era in the league's existence. Even the league's biggest stars seem to be letting down their fans, most recently with Adrian Peterson's accusation of child abuse. The issues keep coming and affiliates of the NFL are unhappy to say the least.

Instead of talking about the biggest games of the first two weeks of the NFL season, the media has had a strict focus on the unraveling that continues to take place today. The league's sponsors are understandably upset with all of the negative attention and criticism that has unfolded as a result. Some of these sponsors, including Nike and Anheuser-Busch, have made public statements expressing their displeasure, pulled certain products, and/or abandoned their deals all-together


With another issue seemingly rising each and every day, Goodell and the rest of the league certainly have their hands full. The NFL will eventually pull through and get away from the bad times, as the fan base is too strong for the league so crumble. However, the real question is who in particular does/does not lose their job as a result of all of this?

Anthony Aidonidis
@aidonidis18

Unknown 9/16/2014 04:17:00 PM Edit
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