ESPN analyst and former player Cris Carter admitted that he placed ''bounties'' on opposing players as a form of protection. Are you OK with this?
SFTCanonymous: "individually sanctioned bounties is not the same as team sanctioned bounties...not saying what carter did was ok, but you can't compare the 2"
jmcfree: "In this context, it seems like a pitcher intentionally beaning someone. Just part of the game, sort of."
Finnegan5033: "hitting a guy clean and hurting him is football. hitting a guy while trying to intentionally hurt him for money is something different."
WolfDogMoon: "Bounty Gate is the equivalent of having a traffic cop at a Nascar Race and giving a speeding ticket to a couple of the Drivers for breaking the speed limit during the race. And then ignoring the fact that 20 other drivers also broke the speed limit and will next week too."
mazurhenry: "yes everybody knew bounties existed...not all were in place to injure and not all were told to stop"
bstoff350: "Cris Carter's bounties are in a completely different form than the Saints were. Two very obvious reasons; a) the coaches and front office weren't involved with Carter's story, there is no systematic procedure to what Carter said, and b) Carter's bounties were to protect himself in retaliation, the Saints bounties were to just take out the other teams best players so they could win."