I know that a lot of fans have been quick to trash Matt Walsh's credibility, however, what if his meeting with Goodell next week results in statements that actually help the Pats? For example, based on some of the descriptions of the tapes that he turned over, one of them was apparently edited to show 2 camera angles at the same time. It's quite possible that Walsh may state that when he filmed games the camera remained with him the whole time and he did not show it to coaches at half time so that they could try and decipher signals (which has been THE main factor behind all the "cheating" claims). If he describes a process in which the game videos were then submitted to the teams video department in the days following games for editing, etc, that would lend support to Belichick's exact explanation for how the tapes were used. If he somehow ends up making comments that further diminish the perceived impact of the video tapes, what's going to be the impression of Walsh then? He's been called a liar ever since the news broke about him, would he now suddenly be a truthful person?