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holyredeemer

In the Starting Line-Up
Nothing to see here. Move along.

In all honesty though, if this dude was indeed a Cowboys coach with a headset and a damn phone out doing some dirty **** and NO ONE on the Saints staff had the awareness to notice, good for the Cowboys.
 

KontradictioN

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Silver Blue&Red

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I don't think there's any big deal here either.
And we all know footballs losing air isnt a big deal either.

Not to beat a dead horse, but we know what would happen if this were the Pats.

And I hate to use the, "everyone picks on us", mantra.
But we all know it's true.

Sadly
 
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patriot1136

2nd Team Getting Their First Start
Of course we haven't heard anything about this and we probably never will. The sad part is the Saints can't even complain about it. Goodall and Co. hate NOLA too
 

farn

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Nature and kneeling, bad. Punching preggos and killing while wearing white suits, fine. Using phones, heating footballs on the sideline, perfect.
 

tasmlab

Starting QB, won 20 SBs, number is retired
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Breaking the rules isn't the same as cheating. Cheating involves deception in breaking a rule. If he's just standing there in front of 60,000 people and a national TV audience doing it, he's not hiding it or tricking somebody.

Likewise, "holding" and "neutral zone infraction" are breaking the rules too, but not considered cheating.

Being unaware that a rule is being broken isn't cheating either. Like setting up a camera in the wrong place in front of 60,000 people or having an unknown equipment violation.

I'd prefer to save the "cheating" tag on legit deceptive rule breaking.
 

NashuaPats

In the Starting Line-Up
I don't think there's any big deal here either.
And we all know footballs losing air isnt a big deal either.

Not to beat a dead horse, but we know what would happen if this were the Pats.

And I hate to use the, "everyone picks on us", mantra.
But we all know it's true.

Sadly

Sorry to nitpick, but the balls didn't lose air. The pressure dropped with the temperature while the amount of air in the balls stayed the same. I just wanted to clarify.
 

holyredeemer

In the Starting Line-Up
All you have to do to get an idea of how our team is playing this year, just look at the front of our message board. Normally at this time of year we are all freaking out about the rumors of a soon to be leaked MASSIVE Patriots scandal. Instead, we are talking about the Cowboys and Chiefs drama. To be honest, it's refreshing. No one fears us. We are once again a dark horse candidate.
 

Froob

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Wow, cheating no good cheaters. No no no not Dallas, America’s team, caught cheating?
 

InRodWeRust

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You’d have to assume that it would be getting more attention if it were real. Has to be photoshopped.
This may sound crazy but if anyone has the game taped they can fast forward to that exact moment to see if they guy is really there or not.
 

maust1013

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ITS PHOTOSHOPPED


Uh...yeah, not so much
The Cowboys released a statement hours ago:
“It’s a member of the game day entertainment staff. He stands next to the ‘green hat’ who is the network TV person who works with the officials to coordinate TV timeouts. His job is to communicate to our internal video board people when a TV time out is coming and how much time is left in that timeout as they come out of a break. He does not stand in the team bench area. They stand just outside the bench area on that side of the field.”
 

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