In the NFL today, a players personality and media-created jargon is sometimes deemed more important than the players talent, abilities, and production. When media deems someone as being a problem and carrying too much "baggage", people seem to forget what football is about. I'm wondering how many people actual buy into this media-created crap. Moss is an obvious example. He is in my opinion one of the most talent WR of all time and has had almost legendary production. But the media has called him a problem, told us he doesn't care about his team, he is classless, and so on so. My first response is generally, "We'll, so ******* what. If he wins games he wins games. So long as he is producing and isn't getting suspensions/pissing the team off, whats the problem?" I don't personally buy into most of the propaganda against Moss. Most of it just turns out to be rumors, jealousy, out of context, or just pure bull**** written to sell papers. I don't see wants so horrible about fake mooning fans (for a reason...) or even taunting. It's a competition, these are big men basically fight on the field for wins, it isn't a child's game. I just want to know how many people actual care about anything other than winning football games. Yes, it would be nice if everything was picture perfect, but this isn't charity, it's a damned sport being played by grown men who are getting paid money to win ball games. I understand that athletes are idols to many young kids and people want they're idols to be perfect roll models, but lets not forget that athletes are all human. They have problems, they have emotions. If there is a problem, its not with the athletes, but with too many people trying to create idols out of athletes. Just because they are famous doesn't then make them responsibly to be roll models.