There has been alot of sanctimony coming out of Buffalo over the alleged "dirty" hit on the inept Losman's knee. "He's dirty" the Buffalo Offensive Linemen have been whining, and a choir of Buffalo moralists have demanded severe punishment. Their hypocrisy would be laughable if it weren't so outrageous. The starting right guard for Buffalo is the most famous cheap shot artist in college football history. His name is Brad Butler. He delivered that blow to Mathias Kiwanuka's knee in 2005, while playing for Virginia. The video has since been removed from youtube, though I'm sure many of you have seen it already. Vince Wilfork was lined up against Butler on this very play. Butler, along with Melvin Fowler, are the players who tackled Wilfork from behind after he beat them on the play, forcing him to fall toward Losman. When Buffalo drafted Butler in 2006, the personnel department, fully aware of his penchant for dirty blows, was giddy about Butler's "grit" and "nasty attitude". So Buffalo moralists: Don't bother pretending to condemn "dirty hits" against the innocent Wilfork, or others. Your organization sold its soul to the devil by eagerly drafting the arch-cheapshot artist himself. This is an example of the rife hypocrisy at work in the NFL, the same hypocrisy that motivated the "videogate" witchhunt.