Kansas City Chief linebacker Jovan Belcher murdered his girlfriend and then killed himself and ESPN keeps putting up those memorial graphics with his picture and "1987-2012" thing right next to the woman he killed. I don't have anything wrong with being sad about what happened, but people don't memorialize a marine or military service member who kills his wife or girlfriend and then commits suicide. Why do people act like Belcher is some kind of revered person? Because he played football? Football is crucial to the success of ESPN so ESPN will stroke them off by honoring Belcher and talking about how much of a tragedy this is to the head coach of the Chiefs, but hopefully everyone else has the sense to realize Belcher deserves no real memorial for what he's done no matter how much of a "hero" he was in life. NFL commentators are surprised the Chiefs didn't want to postpone their game the day after, but really, they're 1-10. Why would they postpone the game? To give them a better chance of winning? I think they know they're fucked either way. Normally a football team would try to go out there and win one for their fallen comrade, but I think the Chiefs are going to just go out there and give it their best shot for their fallen comrade and see where that takes them first.