Okay, so I am reading the stories about the three fines dished out this week (Currently headlined on espn.com) Ochocinco - $20k for his $1 offer to the ref Jay Cutler - $20k for his verbal abuse/argument with a back judge Harris - $7.5k for punching a player in the head, that he had pinned to the ground. Now, Ochocinco's is probably higher then it should be because of his past actions and even though everyone knew it was a joke, the notion of bribing sports officials is just nothing to goof around with. Cutler's if I recall the highlights correctly was arguing some calls that were not being made and his feeling that he was getting hit late through out the game. I don't recall him making any contact with the back judge. Harris, we have all seen that replay many times he flat out full swing hit another player in the head and was ejected for it. Out of those three, which is the WORST offense to the game and the NFL? Cutler's isn't even close, as that goes on all game long from coaches and other players. It went on a little too much, and the officials called the penalty. Did ANYONE out there think Ochocinco was doing that $1 bribe seriously? Or just more air time for his ego? Harris was just out of control. It just doesn't make sense.