Pretty illogical move if you read his statement. Basically amounts to "Saints players are incredibly guilty of conduct detrimental to the league and there's absolutely no doubt they participated in a bounty program. But, I'm vacating their suspensions because the Saints front office are even bigger pieces of poo."
But you know, of course, that ignorant Saints fans will point to this as proof, in their own feeble minds, that a bounty program never existed. Tag's statement, in essence, reaffirms the fact there was such a program except he's holding the coaches more accountable because he believes the players were only doing what the coaches told them to do.
Perhaps more perplexing is the ostrich syndrome on full display by the one of the supposed golden boys of the league in Drew Brees:"Congratulations to our players for having the suspensions vacated. Unfortunately, there are some things that can never be taken back."
Like the 9 picks you've thrown in the last 3 games? The lowest completion percentage of your career since leaving San Diego? The 5-8 record?
I hardly think the suspension of Jonathon Vilma is the reason for the Saints fall from grace.