Patriots Still Scoring on Falcons
(HOUSTON) Tom Brady has thrown 19 more touchdown passes and the New England Patriots have opened up a 176–28 lead in Super Bowl LI. It’s now the most lopsided championship game in NFL history.
1. New England Patriots: 7–1 (1)
If this past week showed me anything, than it is this: the Patriots are light years ahead of every other team in the NFL. Despite a shaky defense (they currently rank in the bottom half of defensive efficiency) the Patriots are the most…
Good question. More probable than not in my view is a guess and not a worthy standard with what was at stake. In the Rose case and the other baseball cases, we used beyond a reasonable doubt because we knew that the judgement of the Commissioner had irreparable consequences for the life, fortune and reputation of the player or manager or owner.
You are absolutely wrong. The phrases “more probable than not” and “a preponderance of evidence” do not mean the same thing… not even close. For there to be a “preponderance of evidence” there actually has to be evidence. “More probable than not” carries the same legal weight as a hunch… none. There is no preponderance of evidence here. In fact it is the exact opposite… a complete absence of evidence.