1. How come they tape the second half of the game, if they are going in at half time and decoding the signals to use in the second half of the same game? 2. What the heck is the difference if the camera is sheltered around three sides? Doesn't this just give the advantage to the home team? 3. If it is true that all the teams steal signals, would there actually be a competitive advantage or would you just be keeping up? 4. Isn't it more dishonest to have people hidden who are stealing signals than a camera everyone could see? 5. Mangini says the Pats gave him permission to tape after they told him to move the first time. If this is true, would the Pats give up such a devastating advantage to their opponent? Why didn't he extend the courtesy back the following year? (This is a much more troubling than after the memo, they really said screw you we'll do it anyway!) 6. If the rule states that no videotaping of the other coaches allowed, does it matter if its offense or defense or both? 7. How does someone as stupid as Roger Goodell get a job like that? 8. If Arlen Specter is really concerned about the integrity of the game wouldn't he want to know how widespread this is around the league, and what other type of things are being done(maybe even by his beloved Eagles)?