As 2012 draws to its conclusion, itís difficult to remember a more hypocritical year for the sports world.

There was the Lance Armstrong doping allegations and the National Hockey League still wearing blinders about fighting on the ice andalso being slow to admit that concussions are not only limited to football.

But, in my opinion, the hypocrisy reached its apex on Sunday, December 16, when the National Football League observed a moment ofsilence for the victims of the horrific Newtown massacre of young children and teachers...

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