domestic violence or child abuse. It's just talk...I have no idea why. It almost makes me not want to watch my favorite sport anymore, but I realize that's kind of silly since most players are not like that. I have to wonder about these athlete kids who were given a ton of money, sent to college because they can play football, have degrees, yet still seem to not know how to behave. If anyone else other than Adrian Peterson had that kind of evidence on him for child abuse, there would be serious trouble, including loss of ability to visit the child without supervision. And he'd face shame in the community. Even in prison they pick on inmates who commit crimes against children. I guess our society worships athletes so much that they can do anything and, as long as they have good skills, they remain heroes to us. Ironically to me, Pete Rose, who played baseball and gambled, is banned from the Hall of Fame. Although what he did was no small potatoes, he didn't physically harm anybody. Yet he was punished. Anyhow, this is more of a vent than anything else. It makes me question our values here in the US. Some kinky politician tweets his willie to kids and has to resign. I agree with that. Some NFL superstar beats his child bloody and a doctor sees it and agrees it's abuse and many fans don't want him to be punished because he's a good athlete. To me, that's just weird. And wrong. Sorry for bringing this up again. As a football fan, this bothers me. And makes me less interested in football too.