As much as NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has "brought down the hammer" in terms of disciplining players who have run-ins with the law, this offseason he's been unpredictably quiet about 24 players arrests. While he's spit out plenty of pelavor in regards to "bountygate," Goodell hasn't said a word about an offseason full of other horrendous headlines.

Has the recent media backlash of how Goodell mishandled some aspects of "bountygate" discipline made the Commish a little gun shy? Or is it another case of Roger being the definition of a hypocrite?

Peter Schrager of examines the Commissioner's puzzling silence. Click here to check it out.