Have you ever wondered why someone who has recently died is honored at a public event by a moment of silence? I have. In fact, I stay up nights and think of crazy stuff like this. The guy is not going to be disturbed, and he certainly is not going to wake up. Why can’t the departed be honored by a moment of cheering. If someone was a great person, that would be more appropriate. Jacoby Jones was not honored by a moment of silence when he ran the second half kick-off all the way for a touchdown in Super Bowl XLVII.