I TOTALLY agree with Joe Horn on this. I also like the fact he called out the NFL for not fining Jim Mora for talking on a cell phone on the sidelines, which is against league rules. The Charlotte Observer reports New Orleans Saints WR Joe Horn defended (sort of) Carolina Panthers WR Steve Smith on Sporting News Radio on Thursday. When asked about Smith's $15,000 fine for touching an official in Sunday's loss to Dallas, Horn ripped the NFL. "This is a money-driven business," Horn said. "The players make all the millions, and if we do anything that's outside of the rules or even bending the rules, they're going to take money from us. That's just the way it is, and they give it to different organizations or wherever our money goes. That's how it is. "If your socks are down when they're supposed to be up; if your socks are up when they're supposed to be down, you'll get a $10,000 fine or you'll get a $5,000 fine. Simple as that. That's just the rules. It's a money-driven business, and if they find a way to take money, that's what they're going to do."