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Yep! X2They are 1-0 and headed to the Superbowl. If he rest of the league wants to believe that all the crap then looks like the Pats and Belichick are inside their heads. Keep focusing on that nonsense it's real important. Who is next?
For those that try to look at the world logically:
Belichick: ?We had a lot of problems? with headsets | ProFootballTalk
and the NFL:Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, meanwhile, didn't think the problems filtered down to him much.
"There were a few plays that didn't come in, but that happens. That's nothing new. I didn't think there were too many issues tonight with communication between (offensive coordinator) Todd (Haley) and myself," Roethlisberger said.
After the game, NFL spokesman Michael Signora issued a statement on the behalf of the league, explaining that the equipment is handled by the league.
"In the first quarter of tonight's game, the Pittsburgh coaches experienced interference in their headsets caused by a stadium power infrastructure issue, which was exacerbated by the inclement weather," Signora said. "The coaches' communications equipment, including the headsets, is provided by the NFL for both clubs use on game day. Once the power issue was addressed, the equipment functioned properly with no additional issues."
The hit piece from ESPN based on rumor and speculation. What was spygate anyway. The NFL told the league no more filming from the sidelines. The Pats and Belichick arrogantly kept filming. They were caught and they paid for it. Inflategate was an absolute fabrication. From another thread:Where there's smoke, there's fire... or someone's smoking something.
From Spygate to Deflategate: Inside what split the NFL and New England Patriots apart
Yup where there's smoke it getting blown up someone's backside.It is amazing how when you tell a lie people pass it on with their own take. Chris Mortenson's claim that all the balls were under inflated by 2 lbs., proven to be false and was known to be a false statement right after it was put out there. As to the phone, the record shows Wells told him he didn't need his phone, but all the media lackies put the word out the Brady destroyed his phone, so he's hiding something. Again false. Wells had all the e-mails from the phones of all parties. Just Patriot haters. If the NFL had any credibility left, they would drop the appeal.
I take exception to the "moral circumvention" part. Other than that, I agree completely with what you said.little things win titles. the Pats are very good at knowing just how to use the rules, almost like a Chicago lawyer. not exactly against the rules, but absolutely finding new and exciting ways to use the rules to their advantage. somewhat of a moral circumvention. like the defensive goal line shift. now every offense will be conscious of that possibility through the entire season. it could well make them slow off the ball, which gives the defense another advantage. last night that was a game changer!
Too funny, yea, all those players that got debriefed by the Pats, against the rules, were all lying. And the policy, forcing coaches to sign a document promising they aren't doing what the Pats did to win their first three Super Bowls, that's a lie too!The hit piece from ESPN based on rumor and speculation. What was spygate anyway. The NFL told the league no more filming from the sidelines. The Pats and Belichick arrogantly kept filming. They were caught and they paid for it. Inflategate was an absolute fabrication. From another thread:
Yup where there's smoke it getting blown up someone's backside.
Kinda like all those fools that think pro wrestling is fixed. How stupid can people be?...If he rest of the league wants to believe that all the crap then looks like the Pats and Belichick are inside their heads. Keep focusing on that nonsense it's real important. Who is next?
Imagine the nonsense when they win the Superbowl.So every time the Patriots win we have to listen to the crying?
The Steelers had no answer for Gronkowski and their kicker was awful,
haters are going to hate