Hypocrite Roger Goodell Embraces Woman Biter

August 24th, 2011

The irony of CBS revealing that criminal woman biter and renowned sicko Marv Albert will lead its No. 4 NFL broadcast crew on the same day Aqib Talib is summoned to NFL hypocrite hatchetman commisioner Roger Goodell’s office is too much for Joe to bear.

Let’s get this straight: Goodell, the high and mighty protector of the NFL shield and treasured brand, has signed off on a high-profile pervert to be the face of an NFL broadcast. Is there no code of conduct for broadcasters?

It was one thing to have Albert neatly tucked away calling Monday Night Football on the radio, which has few listeners, as Albert did for much of the last decade. But this is too much.

Maybe all the young NFL fans will enjoy Albert’s TV calls and Google him only to find gems from his 1997 sentencing following his forceable sodomy trial, like this one from the New York Times.

Although he did not testify at the trial, Mr. Albert was called by the prosecution at today’s sentencing. The maneuver surprised his lawyer, Roy Black, who called it a ”grandstand play” intended to humiliate Mr. Albert.

Mr. Albert described the events of Feb. 12 when he met Vanessa Perhach at the Ritz Carlton Hotel at Pentagon City in Arlington. Ms. Perhach testified at the trial that after she refused his request to bring a second man to their assignation, he threw her on the bed, bit her and made her perform oral sex.
Way to go, Goodell. Joe’s glad your selective, tyrannical discipline in the name of preserving the NFL’s image is as phony as the breasts of half the NFL cheerleaders.
And where the hell are Team Glazer and the rest of the NFL owners on putting Albert’s nasty criminal record on the face of a broadcast?
Joe’s all for suspending players for misdeeds, but in Talib’s pending assault with a deadly weapon case, Joe thinks the now hypocritical hatchetman commissioner should take a deep breath and let the courts do their diligence before considering suspending Talib.
The fact is, the public-record facts in Talib’s messy domestic dispute are sketchy at best. Feel free to read them here.
Joe’s not about to let this go. If Goodell’s going to dare to suspend Talib before true justice plays out and shove a renowned pervert and woman biter and abuser down the throats of America simultaneously, then Joe will make it his mission to constantly remind the world of Goodell’s raging hypcorisy.
At this point, Joe fully expects Goodell to sign off on Jerramy Stevens and Casey Anthony to be sideline reporters on all of Albert’s broadcasts. Joe suspects the trio would have fabulous chemistry.

36 Responses to “Hypocrite Roger Goodell Embraces Woman Biter”

  1. Runciter Says:

    as usual, you are overreacting about something, blowing it way out of proportions…
    I really dont know why do I keep coming to this site…

  2. Ash Says:

    Lets face it most NFL play by play guys on Sunday leave a lot to be desired. You have to have 10-14 crews and the talent gets water downed. Id take Marv Albert over most that are currently out there. Albert is GREAT addition for calling Sunday action and I was excited to read that yesterday.

  3. Tampa--->Baaaaaaayyyy Says:

    Joe, the only logical solution for you would be to cancel your NFL Network subscription and Sunday Ticket. Otherwise, you too are just blowing hot air.

  4. Tampa--->Baaaaaaayyyy Says:

    And besides, all Albert did was request a BJ. Did Marv punch a cab driver in the back of the head? No.

    Therefore, Marv Albert > Aqib Talib

  5. Joe Says:


    Joe, the only logical solution for you would be to cancel your NFL Network subscription and Sunday Ticket. Otherwise, you too are just blowing hot air.

    That would be the logical equivalent of calling the cops on Rachel Watson because she wanted to spend a long evening of sweaty, heavy-brething gymnastics routines with Joe in his bedroom!

    Ain’t happening, never happening!

  6. Dean Says:

    I agree w/ Joe hypocrites suck!!

  7. Ricky G Says:

    Well done Joe. I hope Goodell sees this. @Runciter — The truth hurts.

  8. flmike Says:

    And besides, all Albert did was request a BJ. Did Marv punch a cab driver in the back of the head? No.

    Actually he forced her to give him oral sex, forceable sodomy is rape. He was released with aslap on the wrist, he should have been sent to jail like Tyson, but Mr Albert had two things in his favor, he was in a Virginia court and he is white, other wise he’s in jail doin’ 10-12.

  9. Matthew Says:


    I don’t always agree with everything you say (really though who does agree all the time with anyone) but you are dead on with this assessment. Goodell has been playing this hypocritical shell game for sometime now. Coaches like Tressel & Pete Carroll get away with blantant college miss deeds that apparently Terrell Pryor and other “players” are punished for. He has no set system in place for applying punishments, it’s just however, he’s “feeling” that day. Sounds a lot like how a dictator operates.

    An to the sub-humans on here who somehow dismiss or excuse what Marv Albert did: SEXUALLY ASSUALT i.e. RAPED a woman but have a problem with Talib standing up for and defending his sister from being repeatedly beaten by a convicted felon wife beater, get a freaking clue. Is Talib a saint? Absolutely not. However, arguing with a cabbie, throwing one drunken punch and beating up/scaring off a wife beater is not, nor ever will be on par with raping a woman. Marv Albert is scum. I don’t understand why fans suspend logic & fairness with athletes simply because they are famous/millionaires. They’d never accept the kind of unwarranted/unfair justice they want athletes to be held to. Hypocrites.

  10. Jrock (mobile) Says:

    I thought sodomy was a trip down hershey highway, it also means oral sex? Oye, never go brown to mouth!

    Anywho, Joe: can we refrain from lumping a pot smoking dummy with a child murdering lady? Thanks a bunch

  11. T in Orlando Says:

    What Marv Albert did was deplorable, but it was also 14 years ago and he has faced plenty scrutiny and lost work over it. Joe are you saying that he doesn’t deserve another chance, while every player in the league does deserve 2nd (and sometimes 3rd) chances, regardless of their transgression?

    I also feel that Goodell shouldn’t levy any punishment until the justice system plays out, and he hasn’t in this case (and from what I recall, rarely does, with the only exception I can think of being Vick), so why not take some of your own advice, and wait to pass judgement on Goodell.

  12. BamBamBuc Says:

    Society has really gone downhill when people are upset about someone being a hypocrite regarding a broadcaster (doesn’t even play the game, not part of the NFLPA, not under NFL conduct policy rules) incident from 14 years ago… yet I keep hearing “I don’t care what he does off the field, so long as he helps us win a Super Bowl” regarding players (yeah, the guys actually on the field, represented by the NFLPA and under the NFL code of conduct). Fans have screamed about losing players like Vick & Burress to the legal system, and many more to suspension by Goodell. Willing to overlook any wrong-doing by a player for the sake of winning a “game”…. Oh, but to stick a knife in the guy suspending players, let’s bring up a broadcaster that did something wrong before the commissioner even became the commissioner… whatever.

  13. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    @T in Orlando — Good queston. Albert’s issues were before Goodell took over the league. But did he really face official scrutiny from the NFL and Goodell’s new found dictator tactics? Joe wishes you luck finding that anywhere. The point is Goodell is being hypocritical upllifting Albert into a prominent role on the face of a broadcast, especially right after pounding his chest during the lockout on how important it was for him to retain the right to protect the image of the league via his vague discipline policy.

  14. Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    Joe, you are right on here on this one!

  15. flmike Says:

    I don’t see the league hiring Rush Limpdick or Jimmy the Greek (though in Jimmy’s defense he is dead)

  16. Eric Says:

    Not a Goodell fan but this thing happened long ago, and the charges were reduced to misdemeanors. The alleged bite victim apparently willingly engaged in threesomes with Marv and another male on other occassions and they had an eight year relationship. Wonder why she waited so long to complain?

    I seem to remember Marv also had a bit of a cross dressing problem.

    The guy was fired from NBC, and has served his time in the small time long enough.

    To me the shady business dealings of some of the owners of NFL teams is more relevant hypocricy.


  17. Chris FWC :) Says:

    I’m going to take a Davenport in Marv’s laundry hamper.

  18. Joe Says:

    take a Davenport in Marv’s laundry hamper

    LOL. I wonder if Nevin Shapiro had to pick up the dry cleaning bills?

  19. Joe Says:


    I seem to remember Marv also had a bit of a cross dressing problem.

    “Problem” or fetish?

  20. Eric Says:

    Cmon Joe, if your banging a chic for eight years, including threesomes with another guy, might it be possible you would consider a BJ and a back nibble fair game – if she went to a Hotel room with you?

    Especially if you had a few?

    Lets get real here.

  21. jvato24 Says:

    Maybe he just always thought it was Halloween

  22. Matthew Says:

    The point Joe was trying to make is that you can’t do the “moral high ground” thump your chest pulpit stance that Goodell has taken regarding having a clean wholesome image for the entire league but then selectively enforce it. It reeks of hypocrisy and favoritism when you say one thing but then bring in guys’ who arguably have a shady past (Pete Carroll, now Marv Albert). It’s got to be the entire league (employees, broadcasters, advertisers, owners, ect.) If you take the morality stance, everyone needs to fall under it, and no I’m not one to say Albert doesn’t deserve a second chance or doesn’t deserve to work for the NFL because he does. He is good at what he does as a broacaster. However, the issue Joe raised & I agree with is with Goodell’s blatant hypocrisy.
    Hey BamBam, you know who else wasn’t under the NFLPA when their incidents occurred…TALIB AND BRITT! Call it a technicality or whatever you want, but you cannot get around the fact they were not employed by the NFL during their transgressions. If Talib gets convicted so be it, then punish him under the fact that he was convicted of a crime, however it’s insanity to allow Goodell to just rule on things he deems justified. We have courts for a reason, it’s not Fidel Goodell

  23. Joe Says:


    it’s not Fidel Goodell

    Thanks for the kind words, but let’s not get carried away.

    If Roger Goodell was indeed Fidel Castro, there never would have been an asinine lockout. Instead, Goodell would had every NFL owner run out of the country and Goodell would have split the profits 80/20 with the players, meaning he would have taken 80 percent. Further, Goodell would have seized every cable outfit that refused to carry the NFL Network and the offending cable executives would have been thrown into primitive jail cells without any TV or air conditioning and been provided scant food and water and likely have been tortured regularly.

  24. Eric Says:

    Fetishes are clearly allowed – see Rex Ryan.

  25. lightningbuc Says:

    Most people say Goodell has too much power already, and now you think he should be able to tell the networks, who spend billions to broadcast, who they can and can’t have do the telecast? C’mon Joe, you are way off base on this. If Albert’s misdeeds had happened 3 months ago maybe, but it was 14 YEARS ago.

  26. joe Says:


    Most people say Goodell has too much power already, and now you think he should be able to tell the networks, who spend billions to broadcast, who they can and can’t have do the telecast? C’mon Joe, you are way off base on this. If Albert’s misdeeds had happened 3 months ago maybe, but it was 14 YEARS ago.

    TRUST Joe, the NFL and Goodell already have such power, and it’s exercised regularly. It’s in the network contracts. The networks don’t do a thing unless the NFL stamps it’s approval first. Don’t you see those NFL disclaimers before, during and after each NFL game?

    Ever hear of “Playmakers?” The show wasn’t even about the NFL and Paul Tagliabue forced BSPN to pull the show.

  27. BecklesHeartsRuud Says:

    Well Marv Albert is a an awesome commentator. At least he was at NBA games. Im sure he will be better than some of the hacks they have doing NFL games now.

  28. Runciter Says:

    @Ricky G:
    obviously, because I am CLEARLY involved in this, and I dont want people to know what he did.
    honestly, most of the commenters here are unbelievably ignorant, stupid morons…

  29. Kensington Says:

    Goodell’s a hypocrite. Everyone knows it. It’s all a freakin’ perception game. And Goodell perceives that everyone is OK with Marv Albert getting off on attacking woman and dominating them against their will.

    Besided a 70-year-old broadcaster with a gruesome toupee has got to help bring in more revenue.

  30. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    @Eric — Joe’s not trying Albert here on the Internet. Joe doesn’t care that the guy likes to play rough, wear diapers and lingerie and enjoys a good “back nibble” as you called it. But the courts already aired the guys evil ways because he wouldn’t take a deal and he believed his million dollar counsel would get him off. At the end of the day, he plead guilty of nasty crimes against a woman. …The hypocrisy is clear here when you consider Goodell’s high and mighy rhetoric. To the best of Joe’s knowledge and research, the NFL never suspended or punished Albert, and now they’re ELEVATING is prominence under Goodell’s watch while possibly lowering the boom on Talib before they know the facts.

  31. Eric Says:

    I understand Joe and I see your point. I couldn’t resist the opportunity to use the term “back nibble’ so I had to think of something.

    I fear the only way Goodell will change his wicked ways to have his ass dragged into court.

  32. Joe Says:


    I couldn’t resist the opportunity to use the term “back nibble’ so I had to think of something.

    Ah, a kindred spirit. 🙂

  33. BamBamBuc Says:

    This is so ridiculous it’s not even worth it, but what the heck…. Commissioner/Warden/Sheriff/Whatever else Goodell has shown that he not only suspends players but that he also lets them come back after suspension. He’s reinstated Vick (Dog Killer) and Burress (Idiot) after run ins with the law. Those were during his tenure and he let them come back. This incident with Alberts was before Goodell took over, it’s been 14 years, and you really think that it’s worse he lets him do a broadcast than suspending a player involved in (not necessarily guilty of, but he was there, so he was involved) a shooting 6 months ago? As far as I’m concerned he’s the model of consistency. If he’s gonna let a dog killer back in the game after a few years, why not let a broadcaster back in the booth after 14 years. It would be more hypocritical if he didn’t let him back.

  34. Dave Says:

    The worst thing about this is that Marv Albert is a CONVICTED criminal, and that Talib has not even had a hearing. He should take NO action until a wrongdoing has been established. Or, as someone else said in a different post, lets falsely acuse Tom Brady and get him suspended for a year so the Patriots will suck … oh wait, he can’t do that to a “high profile” team, just ask Ben at Pittsburgh.

  35. BecklesHeartsRuud Says:

    BamBam- very good point. Hadn’t thought of the whole Vick thing. Goodell may hand out stiff punishments but he’s not withholding second chances from guys. I mean Goodell could very well have told Mr. Vick that he was not welcome back to the NFL at all, but he didn’t. Maybe he isn’t being such a hypocrite after all.

  36. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    @BamBamBuc — Joe’s never once read or heard of Albert ever being punished by the NFL. The other guys you mentioned were.

    It’s one thing to let a player make a living after a punishment — totally fine — but another to elevate a criminal broadcaster who went unpunished by the NFL to greater prominence. That is not what Goodell is preaching. Broadcasters are personalities more than they used to be ever before. They are part of the face of the league.