Great saying. And though I run the risk of ruining the day of the virtuous, cheating is common place in the NFL/sports. It can be masked by innocuous phrases like gamesmanship or 'gaining an edge' but at the heart of it is cheating. Isn't one definition of "cheating" to use dishonesty to gain an advantage? For a great and entertaining example of this is international soccer games. The dramatic flops to get a card are sometimes laughable. Yet how is it not cheating when you lie about something to gain an edge? Just as how is not cheating when you teach a lineman to break a rule in a way that he won't get caught? Spygate is the phoniest hyped story since the Y2k bug. As I understand it, everything the Patriots did is otherwise legal provided the people doing it simply stood in the right part of the field/stadium. It's not only foolish at its base, it doesn't even rise to the level of "cheating" that teaching linemen to hold or circumventing the cap process is. Unfortunately the legacy of that foolishness is low thinkers unaware of the most common logical fallacies will use it in lieu of an actual thought process. Fortunately, sometimes, karma comes around in the form of a reckoning. Hopefully this Phins player soon finds his number called to come up the the reckoning table.