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This scandal we will call #Playgate.

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Fool Me Twice, Shame on Me.

Really? Again. When will the NFL finally drop the hammer on the New England Patriots and their alleged culture of cheating? First, there was Spygate, then Deflategate and now what do we call the latest Patriots allegations? Perhaps, “Playgate.” Yahoo Sports quoting an ESPN report published on Tuesday, September 8, 2015, wrote…

…on the day of NFL games, the Patriots would send employees to steal the opposing team’s initial scripted plays. That neutron bomb was embedded a little over 2,700 words into a lengthy ESPN report on Tuesday, which sought to show how the NFL’s handling of Spygate influenced the investigation into alleged football deflation by the Patriots.

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A scripted play from an Arizona Cardinals/St. Louis Rams game. | NFpost.com

Belichick is the Dr. Evil of the NFL

FTS is so sick of hearing about the genius coaching and system of the New England Patriots. They are nothing but glorified PED takers trying to gain every advantage over their opponents. Enough is enough. The Pats are running fast and loose with the rules. Why, because Bill and Tom Brady realize that on an even playing field, the Patriots don’t match up with the other elite teams in the NFL.

Bombshell findings in the ESPN report

In the aftermath of the 2007 Sypgate scandal, Patriots’ coach, Bill Belichick, spoke to the 31 other owners of teams about the Patriots’ practice of videotaping opposing signal callers on the sidelines. Belichick said “he had merely misinterpreted a league rule, explaining that he thought it was legal to videotape opposing teams’ signals as long as the material wasn’t used in real time. Belichick said he had made a mistake — “my mistake.”

Many former New England personnel insist that signal taping (Spygate) wasn’t even the most effective cheating method the Patriots used. The report says “that during pregame warm-ups, a low-level Patriots employee would sneak into the visiting locker room and steal the play sheet. [The sheet] was the list of the first 20 or so scripted calls for the opposing team’s offense.”

Coaching my ass. The Patriots are a dirty organization and we hope the NFL community hold it against Belichick, Brady, owner Bob Kraft for their rest of their football lives.

Images courtesy of NFPOST.com and MAD Magazine

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Mad Magazine story of legacy of New England Patriots

 

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