I don't know about anyone else, but I am sick & tired of the "Disrespect" card. I know in the 60'd & 70's I never heard an athlete use this term. But slowly & surely it crept like slime into the sports news. Whether it was over salary or another player disrespecting someone or someone's mother/brother/sister or whatever. The latest media assault on the perceived Patriots running up the score trend has really made me realize how sickening it is to hear a grown man and professional athlete talk about being disrespected. I don't know who started it or why it started. I just know it's BS! I've been trying to pay attention to who the individual athletes are who are using the disrespect card. I'm trying to see if there are any similarities among them that may explain this trend of grown men who have no shame in crying publically. My personal belief is that the athletes using this term are the below average players who never made it to star level or maybe even first string. Basically, they feel disrespected in general because they feel they are better than what they are. If anyone can shed any light on this subject or share you own theories, I'd love to hear them!