The decision to suspend Watson from only six games is little more than a slap on the wrist that adds insult to injury. Other players have been given much heavier punishment for much lighter violations. The NFL must appeal this ruling and hold the quarterback accountable.
The NFL's disiplinary process is unfair as it doesn't have the same protections a normal investigation in a court of law does, which creates a presumption of guilt in public discourses. Watson hasn't been proven guilty - in fact, two seperate Texas grand juries declined to indict him - and until he is, he shouldn't be punished.