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  1. SVN

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    I fail to see anything wrong with what he said.
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    he said nothing wrong. and hes right. no reason to cheat really. they work too hard for that. cameras are everywhere and teams do change their signals.
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    Sounds to me like he was standing up for the coaches. I don't think they'll be upset with him.
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    This whole thing reminds me of Body LanguageGate from last year.
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    ..."I don’t believe we do those things."....

    That's what I read in the interview.
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    He was sticking up for them in the sense that he doesn't believe they would resort to this.
    If it proves to be true...well, there's an embarrasement for everyone.
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    I truly hope not. Nothing objectionable or damaging with what he said. Also, his post game press conference yesterday was hilarious, filled with color and a total departure from the somnambulate responses one most often hears from the Pats players.
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    Hobbs's heart may be in the right place, I just think nothing good can come of him saying ANYTHING about it, and I hope his teammates and coaches will make that clear to him.
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    I'm right there with you. I love Hobbs.
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    Hobbs didn't say anything wrong. He stood up for himself and his team. Good for him. I'm sure that he's not the only player who feels this way.
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    iam not saying he said anything wrong but the pats policy is usually to keep quiet about league issues. If BB wants to have one voice to respond he wouldve said it himself today that we didnt do it or whatever. Iam sure the pats would prefer that the players offer no comment. Iam sure tomase etc know hobbs likes to talk so they went upto him .
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    ...but in a manly man type a way
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    Bill is just sending a message. From what I'm reading, I'm starting to get the impression that Bill is making another statement. Just like the injury report, he thought it was stupid and could be abused, nobody listened, he abused it, it's been changed. I bet we'll learn that he's been watching other teams do it for years and decided enough is enough. I read a story about the green bay incident, the guy was still trying to signal the Pat's coaches about calls he picked up, as he was being escorted out ??

    If the Pats were trying to be sneaky, nobody would have caught them !
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    HA! OMG I almost forgot about that sillyness.
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    I've met Hobbs a couple of times at some of my gf's family functions, and he is a very friendly, and humble dude.
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    Hobbs should shut his mouth.

    Running on far too long about something he doesn't know anything about. Zero chance of helping the situation and a serious chance of blowing it up.
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    queen of the zingers tonight you are :D
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    Why be embaressed when every team engages in some type of signal stealing behavior. Personally, I think it's a waste of time, but in no way embaressing.
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