The drugs that football and baseball players are taking today are steroids, or some type of drug that enhances the buildup of muscle or gives them an unfair advantage on the field. This provides the fans with an unexciting game that isn’t based on who has the better team and more talented players, but who has more of their players loaded up on steroids. Not only does this take away the purpose of watching the game, but also 86% kid’s ages 8 to 17 watch these sports, and look up these players as if they were kings. Now do you think it is good that your child’s idol may be drug using cheater? Who knows in the future your child might think it is ok to use drugs because their favorite athlete is doing it.
These professional athletes are also getting paid a lot of money because they are doing really well in their sport, and why are they doing well? It may because they have a lot of talent and put a lot of time into training, but also a lot of it could be the use of a performance enhancing drug. So essentially they are getting paid to take drugs. The athletes that are using the drugs are increasing their talent substantially, and making the honest athletes that aren’t using the drugs look bad because they don’t hit as many homeruns or get as many quarterback sacks. Now I feel this is not how it should be. The athletes should be tested more frequently, and the ones caught with drugs should be put to a stop.
Now some people might argue that drugs in sports is good because it allows the players to get stronger and faster, causing more hard tackles and homeruns in the games. To them this makes it more exhilarating and fun to watch. Also people say that if we try to get rid of all the players using drugs, then there will be many fewer players playing in