Interesting article here - the reporter makes a few mistakes in terms of understanding certain aspects of "spygate" but he makes some interesting points i.e. we now know that nearly all teams were aware of the Patriots taping practices yet kept their mouths shut about it and it continued, therefore it was no big deal and/or those teams got what they deserved.. But there's a ton of misinformation here that a credible reporter should correct (unfortunatly he doesn't post his email or make room for comments) He also states unequivocally that the Colts were caught piping in noise! Here's some highlights: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08146/884717-66.stm I'm not quite sure why he insists on comparing rule breaking in Football to baseball - there's no shortage of teams in football who have cheated, been fined even more than the Patriots and lost first round draft picks... Then for some reason Bouchette seems to purposefully ignore the recent findings and admissions that other teams tape - yes from the sidelines as well. These reporters will take Matt Walsh's word as gold, and then will get selective amnesia when he confirmed that other teams tape signals. He also doesn't know that Jimmy Johnson admitted to the practice himself - and isn't even smart enough to know how long such things have been going on, as noted in what should be by now, a pretty well known story, at least among reporters with internet access - http://www.thesportgallery.com/sport-stories/1967aug-nflspy.html Apparently this guy's also not smart enough to realize this only works if teams are stupid enough to use the same signals - assuming he's not suggesting such analysis is being done on the fly in a game, which would be even more stupid to suggest. So what he's saying - and this is the first time I've heard any reporter or anyone say it - is that all teams know that Belichick was taping signals and all teams are unable to change their signal calling - because changing them is too complicated - so the same signals are used for entire - and even multiple seasons. EVERY other reporter seems to say unequivocally that signal stealing is the norm and all are changing their signals - which makes abolute sense. What kindof crack is this guy smoking?