Re: Rex and his comments on NFL network
posted at 9/10/2010 12:01 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Rex and his comments on NFL network
[QUOTE]That Cavalier attitude about Spygate only exits in NE ,that's a fact that all of you,the horribly accented need to know and understand. The way the rest of the Sporting World outside of NE sees it is like this: BB was told not to cheat*.The arrogant and pompous a hole that he is went ahead and cheated** anyway.Got caught cheating*** and was fined and lost a Draft choice because of cheating****.I my opinion they should have made an example of him and thrown him out of the League.Many people outside the NE area feel the same exact way. Didn't you ever see the South Park Episode regarding Spygate?It's a must see for every pats fan. Some legacy BB has there.He just can't win anything on the up and up.
Posted by Hess--Jets[/QUOTE]
The Jets were shut down by NFL personnel in 2006 in Foxborough and the NFL did not punish the Jets nor make a mountain out of a mole hill out of it.
"Then there was the Patriots/ Jets camera incident. The first one. When the Jets got caught."http://bleacherreport.com/articles/199345-the-truth-about-spygate-punishing-success-and-promoting-parity
"In one game before the ban, Tom Landry—a Giants assistant who later became a Hall of Fame coach for the Cowboys—tuned into the Browns’ radio frequency, allowing him to call the right defensive plays.
The Giants won."
(See “Sacks, Lies and Videotape” by Mark Bowden, The New York Times, Sunday May 18, 2008.)
Giants* and Landry/Cowboys* are cheaters! Cheaters!
See how easy this is to mouth off like a whiny bimbo?
This had been probably gone on like this for 30 years. That is, until the Jets saw an opportunity to frame the situation the way they wanted in Week 1 of 2007.
It's not a coincidence the Jets leaked all the quotes to the media and demanded Goodell action.
Much ado about nothing other than it being a rules violation.
Without absolute question, the 1997 and 1998 Denver Broncos falsifying financials, locking down high end FAs in this period, helping them put together an advantage in personnel and during games for 16 games, playoffs, etc, over 2 seasons. This is clearly far more egregious than any position of a camera within legal filming during a game.
This right here, is flat out PROOF, that "Spygate" was overblon due to jealousy, NE still being a very good team or a great one in 2007, and based on Tagliabue's punishment of the Broncos in 2001 after they were audited.
80% of the NFL public doesn't even know about the Broncos literally gaining a significant advantage in the cap era and it';s because the media was not looking to develop a witch hunt against Shanahan and Denver wasn't a SB contender in 2001.
All facts except for my guess of how many people know about the Broncos skirting the cap so egregiously they benefitted from it 2 seasons in a row, while only Pitt and SF did it in one season years earlier.The skinny
The Denver Broncos are still paying the price for skirting the league's salary cap rules during the franchise's glory years. This year the team lost their third-round pick in the draft and will pay a $950,000 fine for undisclosed salary agreements made with select players from 1996 to 1998. The Broncos also had to surrender a third-round pick and pay a fine of slightly less than $1 million in 2001 under similar circumstances for contracts that were awarded for former Bronco quarterback John Elway and running back Terrell Davis. http://www.forbes.com/lists/2005/30/308211.htmlhttp://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A28969-2004Sep17.html
Good luck at community college this semester, child.