PFTV ponders whether Kevin, Pat Williams will play the whole season

As the NFL faces yet another order preventing implementation of four-game suspensions against Vikings defensive tackles Kevin and Pat Williams, an obvious question arises.

When in the hell will this ever end?

PFTV explores the situation, via our fancy new NBC media player thing, which insulates you from being subjected to a still image of my face for Morse code.

14 responses to “PFTV ponders whether Kevin, Pat Williams will play the whole season

  1. Lets hope they stick around..they need to stop the run..so Favre can get back on the feild 🙂

  2. The picture clarity is much crisper than it used to be. You are both very beautiful……………….. on the inside.

  3. I still say that if you go eat at a resturant and someone spikes your meal…. Then fail a drug test at work.. You should not be liable for someone elses criminal actions. This company “Starcaps” Illegally put a substance in its product. The players are responsible for what they put in their body.. But it was an unlisted, Illegal perscription drug….. Starcaps, Not the players should be liable…

  4. why should they be allowed to play if the saints’ DEs or deuce can’t play that’s a load of CRAP!!! – who’s in charge here??!!

  5. That IS crap. If the Williams’ can play then all the players that took Starcaps should play. You can’t pick and choose which laws you want certain people to abide by. Same laws for everyone…or maybe not. I thought this was America.

  6. The league will probably not win this. I assume they know they will not win, but they are trying everything in the book to have it go there way. What they need to do is take a loss on this one (OH NO ROGER GOODELL. YOU LOST ONE CASE! OH NOES!!!!) Then they can change the rules so that there are no loop holes. For those of you who say why not the Saints, its because in Minnesota there is a law where first time drug offenders cannot be fired, suspended from work. They go through a rehab. Then later offences merit punishment. Where New Orleans does not have this law.

  7. This isn’t that hard to figure out. The CBA is in place and it supersedes everything else.
    You can’t negotiate a comprehensive package for all 32 teams and then seek exemption in the state courts when you don’t like a given provision of the CBA.
    Classic Minnesota thinking, what other state would elect a Pro Wrestler to be governor and when that didn’t work out, elect a B list SNL semi-comedian, hate-monger to the US Senate? I would ask, can you get any dumber but just look at some the comments from the Biqueen fans and it will answer the question for you.

  8. Considering the Third Reich exterminated 6 million Jews, why did some Jews get to live? That’s not a political statement, it’s an analogy for the “if Deuce and those other players didn’t get to play, why should the Williams Wall get to play” whiners.

  9. JimmySmith says: July 11, 2009 9:06 AM
    This isn’t that hard to figure out. The CBA is in place and it supersedes everything else.
    Even state and federal law??? Dang no wonder they drink and drive, beat women and, get busted with narcotics…they think the CBA supercedes everything else.

  10. cliffcla says:
    July 10, 2009 8:29 PM
    I still say that if you go eat at a resturant and someone spikes your meal…. Then fail a drug test at work.. You should not be liable for someone elses criminal actions. This company “Starcaps” Illegally put a substance in its product. The players are responsible for what they put in their body.. But it was an unlisted, Illegal perscription drug….. Starcaps, Not the players should be liable…

    Except in this case, they voluntarily took Starcaps even after their agents were issued a memo released by the NFLPA specifically stating that they must avoice consumption of and endorsements of products made by Balanced Health, which includes Starcaps.
    Nice try though.

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