We can almost predict what will happen on Tuesday after Commissioner Goddell's meeting with Matt Walsh and his Attorney. Levy and Walsh will leave early to meet with Senator Specter, avoiding the press conference where the Commissioner will announce that there was no new evidence presented of Patriots' transgressions, no evidence of walk through tapings prior to Super Bowl 36 and that the issue was closed as far as he was concerned. Then Walsh will meet with the good Senator who is very invested in this situation, having gone on Rush Limbaugh's radio show and said, "I think ultimately, Rush, if we get enough fire under it, they're going to have to show those letters -- and when they do, they're going to have to change their tune and let Walsh testify, because those reports are looking pretty strong, but there was filming for the 2002 Super Bowl." I expect him to come out after that meeting on Tues with Levy/Walsh and say that the issue needs further investigation even if Commissioner Goodell says "it's over". It's time for someone to stand up as Edward R. Murrow did to Sen. Joseph McCarthy and his witch hunt over half a century ago with his " have you no sense of decency speech?" I am not comparing the hunt for Communists in the government to illicit taping of football signals but a witch hunt is a witch hunt is a witch hunt, especially when it's based on unfounded allegations. This is true whether it's in Salem in the 17th century or in the halls of Congress today and it's the closest analogy I can think of at the moment.