It's not right. It's just not right. Someone finally hacked their way onto the NFL's twitter, and what do they do when they get there? Set us all up for disappointment. Didn't even do anything to ruin their brand. Just tried to pull a fast one on the millions upon millions of people that are a slave to it. Now granted, no one that saw that tweet in real time had to be told it wasn't real because organization's don't first announce the death of their most powerful employees via social media. Still, if only for half a second, seeing the name Roger Goodell right above a 'Rest In Peace' hashtag got your hopes up. Don't lie to me. Reading it - even while knowing it's fake - puts a little smile on your face. It made me envision an alternate universe where Roger Goodell was no longer a living person. A far-fetched land where I would have the opportunity to show up and spit on his grave after he put the Saints through the ringer with BountyGate. The world is simply a better place without Roger Goodell. I don't know why some tech savvy jerk had to give us the shortest of glimpses into that world, but I would be lying if I said it didn't hurt just a little to get back to life, back to reality.