which is why 8 years of taping of every opponent (16 games a year) suddenly shrunk down to two tapes that the Cheating scumbag sent to the Commissioner when caught red handed.
Had all the tapes been seen even Pat loving Goodell would have had no choice but to forfeit all those years of Cheatriot "wins", all "titles" and banned Belichick from the NFL for life
Hey cheaters gonna cheat. At least you finally admit it.
this is just another reason why I hate the NFL. Teams cheat. Players greed. Rule changes to make the game more exciting, as if it wasn`t more exciting than soccer already. The amount of money this league makes just from television contracts, yet they want to dig deeper into the fans pockets to rape them as well. I will simply watch on tv in the comfort of my own home only because I am paying something towards it through my cable bill. I won`t support this league financially anymore. No more jersey purchases. Nothing anymore. Even if there is a requested gift of some kind, I will find something else(like cash in a card but I ain`t making that purchase).
Secondly, if anything the media gets things right less now than they did years ago. The rush to be first has taken over for responsible reporting. Let's also not forget that the mediots have an axe to grind with Belichick, especially the NYers.
Third, the subject of this thread is about Marshall Faulk saying he was cheated every year at SB time, even though it's an entirely false premise he bases that upon. There is no such thing as a tape of a walk through before SB XXXVI. People looking to discredit the Pats based on that are being dishonest. Same as those who want to say that the Pats were fined for what was on the tapes, when in truth they were fined for the act of taping, by a Commish that almost everyone says is inept and bungled the whole incident.
And yes, it's my feeling that cheating the salary cap or breaking rules to get the winningest coach in NFL history is worse than taping coaches signals from the wrong place, especially signals they can be changed at any time.
There have been plenty of others since also, some of them more recent. The 49ers are the kings of the NFL when it comes to fines for cheating.
All this line is doing is trying to justify cheating because everyone else is doing it ... Which is not true ...
... My conversation with you was over your silly comment about goodell destroying the tapes because nothing was on them ...
... Bringing up 49ers at this point simply tries to deflect the issue ...
... They get it wrong plenty more nowadays ... The firestorm of media coverage however is 20 times (if not 200 times) stronger than in 1970 ... Meaning, there are much more people working on getting that juicy story now ... While it may be less likely to be 100% accurate, it certainly is tons more likely for the story to come out now.Secondly, if anything the media gets things right less now than they did years ago. The rush to be first has taken over for responsible reporting. Let's also not forget that the mediots have an axe to grind with Belichick, especially the NYers.
... The media in general kiss belickicks *ss ... They let him act likens petulant little child ... Giving monotonous answers, smugness, and attitude ... In which he is never taken to task for it ...
That had nothing to do with your and my conversation within the thread howeverThird, the subject of this thread is about Marshall Faulk saying he was cheated
Perhaps is your success was in the 70's and Shula was coaching his team to get to the Super Bowl now I'd feel as you do ... As that is not the case however, I disagree and feel what the patriots have done is worseAnd yes, it's my feeling that cheating the salary cap or breaking rules to get the winningest coach in NFL history is worse than taping coaches signals from the wrong place, especially signals they can be changed at any time.