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But it’s a huge problem.

No one is denying that teams have been gawking at the oppositions sidelines, trying to decipher DC’s signals. I think we can all agree that this is common practice. But a video is…

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NS – The only problem is how the Patriots did it.

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Originally Posted by Lady Jet
But it’s a huge problem.

No one is denying that teams have been gawking at the oppositions sidelines, trying to decipher DC’s signals. I think we can all agree that this is common practice. But a video is a lot better at accurately capturing and storing that data than a human eye. It’s also, not in the written rules that you can’t visually spy. But the video recording is.

There was an owners meeting, just this past spring, where they specifically brought up the recording of signals. There was concern that this use of modern technology would definitely have an effect on the integrity of the game. The Pats were brought up in this discussion. I can imagine that Bob Kraft was at the meeting and knew of this discussion.

Goodell, addressed this concern in a memo, right before the season started.

But Belicheat, arrogantly, brought his camera anyway, and blatantly broke this rule, right under the Goodells headquarters, across the river.

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