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  • #31
    Originally posted by Ness View Post
    That makes it right?
    makes it unrelevant and quite frankly just a part of the superbowl hype. I for one tend not to believe one single anonymous source that mysteriously appears in the week before the superbowl.

    This is just stupid. This 'source' knew about this alleged Spygate 0.5 and never spoke up until now? Yeah right.

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    • #32
      I'm pretty sure Super Bowl XXVI had neither the Rams nor the Patriots, and was in fact the Redskins vs the Bills.


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      • #33
        Originally posted by Handel View Post
        You can kick everyone out during walkthroughs, so if the rams were stupid enough to allow access they were asking for it. That's not suggesting NE actually filmed them, just that it's something easily prevented.
        Love the logic - "I'm not saying they did it, but even if they did, it's the other team's fault for not preventing it." No responsibility falls on the person(s) actually committing the action; rather, it's the victim's fault for not taking all the precautions to prevent it. Classic.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by yodachu View Post
          Here it is, WE DON'T CARE!
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          • #35
            Like I said when Spygate first broke, you are incredibly ignorant if you think the very first time the Patriots decided to cheat was week 1 against an inferior opponent. Based on what we know, (players comments about games in the past, coaches comments about funny business with headsets, and Spygate), it is far more likely that the Patriots have been cheating ever since Belichick got there than its is that they decided in week 1 against the Jets that it was necessary to cheat. So, as I said before, congrats to the Rams, Panthers, and Eagles on their Superbowl victories.

            I am done arguing, until somebody says something stupid.

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            • #36
              I cant wait to hear what Mercury Morriss has to say lmao, he's going to find this interesting...But on a serious note, it makes this whole thing look suspicious because Goodell destroyed the tapes all together, if their was evidence of cheating was he the only one to determine that or was it reviewed by a whole board of people?

              Because it looks like there was more to those tapes then they led on to believe, so they destroyed them to have no evidence of them...Otherwise, what really was the point of destroying them? Lock them up on file if there is nothing to hide





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              • #37
                Originally posted by nfrillman View Post
                Like I said when Spygate first broke, you are incredibly ignorant if you think the very first time the Patriots decided to cheat was week 1 against an inferior opponent. Based on what we know, (players comments about games in the past, coaches comments about funny business with headsets, and Spygate), it is far more likely that the Patriots have been cheating ever since Belichick got there than its is that they decided in week 1 against the Jets that it was necessary to cheat. So, as I said before, congrats to the Rams, Panthers, and Eagles on their Superbowl victories.
                Yeah, I'm sure the Rams, Panthers and Eagles are planning their SB victory parades right now.
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                • #38
                  I always thought that excecution wins football games, not schemes....in what way the players cheated? This is them who won the games....

                  Anyway, the NFL released a rather short statement:

                  We were aware of the rumor months ago and looked into it. There was no evidence of it on the tapes or in the notes produced by the Patriots, and the Patriots told us it was not true.

                  http://www.boston.com/sports/footbal.../reiss_pieces/

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Handel View Post
                    I always thought that excecution wins football games, not schemes....in what way the players cheated? This is them who won the games....

                    Anyway, the NFL released a rather short statement:

                    We were aware of the rumor months ago and looked into it. There was no evidence of it on the tapes or in the notes produced by the Patriots, and the Patriots told us it was not true.

                    http://www.boston.com/sports/footbal.../reiss_pieces/

                    1. on the leaked tape, it was so obvious the pats were taping defensive signals; they filmed the coaches, then panned to the scoreboard with the down/distance; you sync that up with the game film, and you have what signals correspond with what plays; clearly cheating

                    2. what do you think the pats would say; yea we've been cheating this whole time, even during the super bowl

                    3. the rams said that day they were going over plays to be used in the red zone; so if you know what theyre gonna run when they get in the red zone, and can hold them to fgs, you have a clear advantage

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Handel View Post
                      and the Patriots told us it was not true.

                      http://www.boston.com/sports/footbal.../reiss_pieces/
                      lol. why did he even include that last part


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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by adamprez2003 View Post
                        lol. why did he even include that last part

                        I assume Goodell promised some leniency if they came forward about the allegations after the Jets incident. Of course, along with the leniency if they came forward, I'm sure he promised to completely unleash his wrath if they did not come forward with every instance of taping, and every tape they had.


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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Addict View Post
                          makes it unrelevant and quite frankly just a part of the superbowl hype. I for one tend not to believe one single anonymous source that mysteriously appears in the week before the superbowl.

                          This is just stupid. This 'source' knew about this alleged Spygate 0.5 and never spoke up until now? Yeah right.
                          Yes, because anonymous sources never come forward when it would hurt the person most. Watergate anyone?
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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by NGSeiler View Post
                            Love the logic - "I'm not saying they did it, but even if they did, it's the other team's fault for not preventing it." No responsibility falls on the person(s) actually committing the action; rather, it's the victim's fault for not taking all the precautions to prevent it. Classic.
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                            • #44
                              Ok, even if the NFL, at this point, says there is nothing into it, you still think there is?

                              and I insist on " a this point".
                              Last edited by Handel; 02-02-2008, 09:44 PM.

                              Thanks to BoneKrusher

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                              • #45
                                as a rams fan this whole thing is overrated

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