I agree, but to equate losing 1-11 of a team to losing 1-2 of a boxers offensive and defensive capability is about as poor an analogy that you have come up with so far - congratulations.
No it doesn't. As stated above - this weekend at nil - nil a player was sent off. That team won 4-2 - not because of the sending off, but because they played better. The other team - WBA - are not significantly better than Leeds (they play in the same division), they just played better on the day (despite losing 1-11 of their team). You could argue they may have won by a wider margin without the sending off, but that's irrelevant - my uncle could have been my aunt if he was a woman!
No, quite clearly you don't. You think that all football players are perfect, and that any mistake they make is, therfore, deliberate. That's just ignorance. You also state that a red card automatically loses that team the game - WRONG again! You state that something like Beckham's half-hearted challenge for the ball against Brazil in the 2002 World Cup inevitably lead to Brazil's goal - that rather overlooks the dazzling, twisting run made by Ronaldinho - hardly an inevitable event.
In short, you will not consider the opposite view, and that's just bad thinking.
Sounds more like an optician pondering on the stupidity of any sort of prohibition, that inevitably leads to organised crime taking over that field to me.
Trust me, if I was in organised crime, I'd be rubbing my hands together at the new prohibition in place.