...has cost us more games than videogate did the Jets. The movement of Lawyer Milloy to the Buffalo Bills at the beginning of the season (because he found out how much the Redskins and Bills would pay him), left the team in turmoil, and also left the team without a left/Free safety for an important divisional game. The team had just come off a difficult season and the shutout loss could have drastically changed the fortunes of the team. The Patriots never got to use the video against the Jets according to the supposed way it would be reviewed during halftime. They ran a pass play to Moss in triple coverage and he beat the Jets defense. If they had this knowledge of the Jets signals then, then they would not have run that play. Im not saying that violating the videotaping rules was right, but I don't see how its worse than tampering, which has been used against the Patriots at least twice, with no punishments handed out. Let's not forget about that.