Marijuana helped clarify football’s priorities, so to speak. On Tuesday, the league was publicly slammed for a a yearlong pot violation suspension, having given a two-game wrist slap to a player videotaped dragging his unconscious fiancée after a fight. Yesterday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell admitted he erred in being lenient in Baltimore running back Ray Rice’s domestic violence case and announced a new abuse policy. A first offense now costs six months without pay. Do it again, and you’re banned for life.