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Tuesday Mailbag
The Week 2 Mailbag
The Week 2 Mailbag
Readers respond to the question: Do you still like football? Plus, discussion about reviewable plays, the Rams-Bucs ending and an overlooked goat of the week
By Peter King
Game Plan
The Game Goes On
The Game Goes On
With the Ray Rice incident hanging over Thursday night's Steelers-Ravens matchup, fans arrived at M&T Bank Stadium feeling conflicted ... until the pads started popping. Plus, the best game of Week 2 and nine more things to watch
By Peter King
Open Field
Goodell Under Siege
Goodell Under Siege
The cries for Roger Goodell's resignation are reverberating across the football world after the AP reported the league office had indeed received the second Ray Rice video. At least one owner isn't sure the NFL commish will survive the saga
By Peter King
The Conscience
His Job Is Safe, His Credibility Is Shot
His Job Is Safe, His Credibility Is Shot
Two years ago, Roger Goodell told the Saints that ignorance was not a suitable defense in the Bountygate scandal. In the wake of the second Ray Rice video, the NFL commissioner is using that same defense. His credibility is slipping away
By Don Banks
10 Things I Think I Think
10 Things I Think I Think … About the Ray Rice Case
10 Things I Think I Think … About the Ray Rice Case
Former NFL quarterback Sage Rosenfels on what this experience means for the league, the players and the movement to prevent domestic violence
Business of Football
NFL’s Credibility Hangs in Balance of Ray Rice Saga
NFL’s Credibility Hangs in Balance of Ray Rice Saga
The season started last week, but you'd hardly know it looking at the headlines or seeing the commissioner discuss casino surveillance tapes on the evening news. Where do the Ravens and NFL go from here? And what about Ray McDonald?
By Andrew Brandt
Open Field
It’s Step 1—Again—for the NFL on Domestic Violence
It’s Step 1—Again—for the NFL on Domestic Violence
An expert who helped Roger Goodell craft the league’s new policy says Ray Rice was a big step back, Ray McDonald should not be playing, and the NFL’s leaders need to speak out, loudly, strongly and immediately
Tuesday Mailbag
Readers Sound Off on Roger Goodell, Ray Rice
Readers Sound Off on Roger Goodell, Ray Rice
The Ray Rice story dominates the mailbag, which also includes questions about hope in Cleveland, watching games on Sundays and a rule change suggestion
By Peter King
The Conscience
Keep Doing the Right Thing, Roger
Keep Doing the Right Thing, Roger
Roger Goodell admitted making a mistake with Ray Rice’s mere two-game ban and readdressed the league’s policy on domestic violence. But that’s not the only part of the NFL commissioner’s kingdom that needs a course change
By Don Banks
On Further Review
Trying to Put the Instant Back in Replay
Trying to Put the Instant Back in Replay
The NFL's new replay review system, featuring a centralized office in New York with officials monitoring every game, is expected to speed up the process. Here are the details of how everything will work, plus answers to readers' questions
By Peter King