If the problem is, as specter says, "cheating" -- you can't confine your probe to just 1 of 32 teams. There is plenty of testimony from highly decorated coaches/players that recording signals and other forms of "cheating" are widespread.... Mitchell didn't just go after Barry Bonds....they went after MLB and in doing so caught another big fish in Roger Clemens. The Around the Horn analysts are all too happy to side with Specter in opening a general investigating into the Pats, simply because they have been a successful team, a dynasty, that has won 3 super bowls. that's not how justice works. Clearly Specter should simply go away. But if he is going to pull out some more worms he has to open the whole can. Let's throw the light of truth everywhere, let's get some perspective here....expose the inner workings of the league....let's see how impartial Peter King -- the voice of the fans -- really is when they start going after EVERY team for cheating. King has his own agenda dating back to BB's stonewalling in September. In the meantime, Matt Walsh please go away....THIS GUY WAS A NOBODY. a braggart. Never once spoke to BB....yet has the gall to characterize senior administration to the commissioner? He has an obvious axe to grind after being fired for STEALING and compromising proprietary materials from the Pats....this is the star witness?....this is a guy who -- according to Sal Pal -- "proves" something/anything.....he is a proven liar and that is all. If Specter wants to tie his legacy to a scandal based on the rumormongering of Matt Walsh so be it. I say bring it on. But you can't have a "let's get the Pats for kicking our ass" inquiry. It must be a just, full and fair investigation that must also shed light on the accepted norms and practices of the NFL. go C's.