In addition to allowing NBC to violate his "no taping rule" and beam Brady's audibles to every D-Coordinator's Tivo, I find it interesting that Goodell's decide that there's to be no punishment in the Packers "bounty" case. After yesterday's performance I think Brady should offer a cool $10k to each lineman for each game they keep his jersey clean. Although thatâ€™s breaking a rule in principle, seeing as Goodell didnâ€™t see fit to impose a fine against the Packers, that pretty clearly means its open season for everyone else. In Bradyâ€™s case heâ€™s got the disposable income to boost his linemanâ€™s salaries to keep him clean â€“ whether its $500 or $500,000 the principle is the same. Richard Seymour just signed a new contract too â€“ maybe he can kick in a few hundred thousand as an incentive to his lesser paid teammates for a perfect season? Is that circumventing the salary cap? Sure â€“ but Goodell doesnâ€™t seem to mind or heâ€™d have sent a message in the Packers case. But why do I get a feeling if the Patriots tried this weâ€™d lose another draft pick?