One thing that has been lost in this questioning of Tony Dungy this week about his comments during the rules violation is what he said the day before the decision came down. Tony was asked if he had any opinion on the matter, and he stated that he did not have anything to say at the time, but if their are found to be guilty of this action, then he would have plenty to say. I don't have the exact quote, but I remember that he was smiling when he said this, and that the reporters in attendance chuckled as if they were all in on a joke together. They were all friends with the good guy Dungy. And he was going to let them in on the truth. He was going to enjoy, (thatâ€™s how it looked to me and the laughter seems to support) the public spanking Bill Belichick. He would choose his words, and his forum carefully. And, that he would do it in his quiet strength kinda way. He would couch is attack in his concern for the league. This would make him appear to be a person looking out for the greater good of the NFL community. But he would wait until the big fish told him it was safe to do so. Then the next day, he let fly. He spoke about it on his blog and to reporters all with an air of superiority akin to a politician. He plotted his course so carefully. The remarks of many players after the incident were reprehensible. But, most of them were off the cuff. And now, we hear him speak about those comments, and gone is the twinkle in his eye that seemed to speak volumes about his disdain for BB. Dungy will go into politics after the NFL. I guarantee it. And I really don't like politicians at all. But, that's just me.