Let's look at drugs, as an example.
It is not illegal to be high on anything. The simple act of being high on meth, in your front yard, no crime. It is illegal to be high and walking on the road, or driving, etc. Why? Because you're a danger to yourself and others. Say you're high and walking down the street. An officer stops you and detects that you're high on something (or drunk). That officer can then say "hey, call a ride to come get you or I'm taking you to jail until you're either sober or a sober person picks you up". There is no charge associated with that, just that solution to keep people safe.
Would you believe me if I told you that people will fight you for trying to help them? Is there a charge associated with walking down the street high/drunk? In some places, yes. It's a criminal offense. So foregoing that charge for a helping hand approach, people don't like the idea of being told what they can and can't do, even if it's for their own good.
This is not some cut and dry thing and until you guys realize that, no ground can be made.
Cardinals fan here. Really excited about the idea of a nervous Kyle Allen playing in front of his hometown crowd. Played a division above him in HS ball but played against him in summer 7on7 passing league. Left our 7on7 game being much more impressed with Mark Andrews who we had no answer for.
Panthers defense could give us some trouble. We're screwed if our offense from first 3 quarters of Lions game shows up. Hopefully that side of our offense never shows its face again but there is still uncertainty this early.
I'll be going nuts at our space ship barrel cactus of a stadium.
if our offense plays how they have the last 5 quarters its gonna be Cards 27 - Panthers 13