Last week, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was implicated in a prostitution sting that alleges the 77-year-old solicited sexual favors on two separate occasions, even doing so on the day of the team's AFC Championship game. While it's a pretty serious situation, plenty of memes and jokes have been thrown around at Kraft's expense. One of the people refusing to play the meme game and toss around judgment is none other than former NFL player Eric Dickerson. The former Rams running back was approached by TMZ and asked about the situation. That's when he said that people shouldn't be so quick to jump to conclusions.

"A lot of these hypocrites are making comments about that situation," Dickerson explained. "They're hypocrites. You never know what a man does behind closed doors."

Dickerson than added how he feels about Kraft, saying: "I like Mr. Kraft. I like him a lot, I have a lot of respect for him."

As for Kraft himself, well, his court date is coming up in April well he will be charged with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution. If he is convicted, Kraft could face a maximum penalty of one year in jail. He will also most likely be suspended and fined by the NFL.