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    I don't agree with this comment.

     
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    I don't agree with much of that article. What about the NFC General Manager "The beauty of this is..." Honestly, that's professional. How much do you want to bet it is an unsuccessful GM? It practically reaks of envy.
     
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    At least this makes me feel better about the tainted comments. Basically, this could not have helped us regardless of how long we have been doing it, it would have been the same as if had a codebreaker in the booth or sidelines. I always heard that Ernie Adams was the Pats codebreakers, he was some kind of genius and Belly's confidante. Is he still with the team? Maybe that might be a reason Belly reverted to this tactic this week.

     
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    Adams is still with the team. He's Belichick's closest confidant. He was hired because of his photographic memory, which allowed him to remember specific plays from literally years ago, and know how they worked out, and formulate opinions on how to improve the execution the next time around. He is their covert ops guy in a way, because of his abilities to decipher defenses that were used in the past, even if there are minor changes in alignments.
     
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    #87 Jersey

    So they normally leave them lying around the locker room or in the back seat of their car?That Turner is brilliant!
     
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