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Adrian Peterson is almost universally scorned for committing an action many parents witnessed, shrugged their shoulders and said, “meh, that’s parenting for you.” Just when things begin to settle down, “South Park” airs an episode about sex addiction where Roethlisberger is portrayed as a bumbling ignoramus with a loose grasp on the English language.Or, maybe “The League” shows an episode where he’s compared to Michael Vick.Both cases were dismissed, Roethlisberger wasn’t charged with anything and all parties involved seem to have moved on from a 2008 incident in Nevada (a civil suit) and a 2010 incident in Georgia (where an investigation resulted in no charges being filed).

It’s because Stallworth wasn’t as visible as Tom Brady or Roethlisberger.

For some reason, we’ve devolved from a society of jabbing rivals with innocent, “your team sucks” remarks to calling opponents murderers and rapists, regardless of legal standing.

If the Patriots had committed shady acts that rubbed people the wrong way, people would not have cared in Tom Brady and Bill Belichick had a .500 winning percentage and zero Super Bowls. He’s considered among the league’s best quarterbacks and he’s now the second highest paid player in the NFL.

Instead, the duo have won four Super Bowls and have built a dynasty. Roethlisberger plays for one of the most popular sports organizations on earth. He settled down and started a family with a local woman who works as a physician’s assistant.

His jersey sold well last season, and will do so again this year.

He’ll be an early MVP candidate and the catalyst behind the Steelers’ success or failure in 2015.

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But, you can’t tell a Ravens or Bengals fans, “the charges were dropped, forget about it,” just like you can’t tell a Steelers fan “Ray Lewis was acquitted of all wrongdoing.” When people hear “accused of sexual misconduct” they instantly think “rapist”; and why shouldn’t they?

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