Just So We Are Perfectly Clear: Sideline Video was NOT ANALYZED During Games

Discussion in 'Visiting Locker Room' started by maverick4, Sep 14, 2007.

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  1. maverick4

    maverick4 Banned

    Per Belichick's statement:
    "As the Commissioner acknowledged, our use of sideline video had no impact on the outcome of last week’s game.
    We have never used sideline video to obtain a competitive advantage while the game was in progress."

    We have never used sideline videotaping to find an edge during a game. We beat the Jets fair and square last week, and the same goes for any of our past games. For those who doubt this, has our offense ever appeared unstoppable in the 2nd half of most games, especially in any of our playoff games? The answer is obviously no. And those players claiming we knew their offensive signals, they are a joke and liars because this violation is for defensive signals; offensive signals are relayed to QB's through their helmet so videotaping is impossible.

    Belichick violated a rule, and the Patriots paid a price, as they should have. But we did not CHEAT or STEAL signals during games in progress. I want that to be made clear to all the mediots all there who should be charged with slander for repeating those two words over and over.
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