Maybe I'm misunderstanding this issue, but I don't see how the Phins could have gotten an audiotape of Brady's playcalling, unless they brought in sophisticated equipment when they played us earlier in the year or they bought it from a team that had the equipment. Let's face it, how do you pick up audio signals from a team that's moving up and down the field and is subjected to friendly or unfriendly crowd noise? Perhaps they're using the same technology to pick up actual play calls coming from the sidelines? Is it possible that teams are colluding with each other to defeat the Pats? I'm not saying the Phins did anything wrong -- they may have discovered a gap in NFL rules, but still, it makes me curious. Any information on this? Any thoughts?