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    Re: ESPN Investigation into NFL/Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfish View Post
    The NFL has a chance with an appeal, the judge's opinion when he ruled seemed odd. Past that it's all sour grapes.
    Judge.jpg

    I thought so to until I saw this picture of kraft and judge perelman at a swank NY party. Really, and we're to believe the ruling was fair? I wouldn't count on a courtroom any longer to bring justice to the patriots.





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    Re: ESPN Investigation into NFL/Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by DonNMass View Post
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    I thought so to until I saw this picture of kraft and judge perelman at a swank NY party. Really, and we're to believe the ruling was fair? I wouldn't count on a courtroom any longer to bring justice to the patriots.
    The judge was Judge Berman and he's not in this photo.

    They were simply at the same party together.





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    Re: ESPN Investigation into NFL/Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    The judge was Judge Berman and he's not in this photo.

    They were simply at the same party together.
    Then in my haste to bash the bastards I overlooked that taking the Post face-value first pass. I stand corrected.





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    Re: ESPN Investigation into NFL/Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by mavhimself View Post
    Bill Simmons' twitter feed right now is a masterclass in butthurt homerism.
    Quote of the week!!! :respect





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    Re: ESPN Investigation into NFL/Patriots

    This is hilarious.

    Everyone knew the Pats have been stretching and breaking rules for years. This just shows the magnitude of it and how Goodell helped cover it up.

    The Patriots are a dirty organization. Plain and simple.

    This should be the end of Goodell's tenure as Commish. They really need to get someone in there with more integrity.
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    RIP #25





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    Re: ESPN Investigation into NFL/Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by HbgPARavenfan View Post
    Please keep my Tax money out of private matters.... I hate the Pats, and they are cheats... but we have wasted enough tax money on sports.... the amount of money we wasted on Barry bonds (~55 million) and Clemens (~120 million) was unnecessary

    I agree with everything else
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    As The Fanatic said: The 31 other owners should band together and hire their own investigators.
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    Re: ESPN Investigation into NFL/Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    The judge was Judge Berman and he's not in this photo.

    They were simply at the same party together.
    Thanks HR! Wishful thinking on my part, but I deserve a mulligan for having been immersed in the Brady-mania since last week amid what they're called the revenge season here. You have to admit had that been the Judge and Kraft how awesome would that have been!

    From the Post article,

    "Patriots owner Robert Kraft mingled with Judge Richard Berman, who overturned the NFL suspension of Tom Brady over his alleged role in Deflategate, at a Hamptons Labor Day party full of media and business power brokers."





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    Re: ESPN Investigation into NFL/Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    This is hilarious.

    Everyone knew the Pats have been stretching and breaking rules for years. This just shows the magnitude of it and how Goodell helped cover it up.

    The Patriots are a dirty organization. Plain and simple.
    Agreed ....

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    This should be the end of Goodell's tenure as Commish. They really need to get someone in there with more integrity.
    Won't happen. Not until money is lost.





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    Re: ESPN Investigation into NFL/Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by DonNMass View Post
    Thanks HR! Wishful thinking on my part, but I deserve a mulligan for having been immersed in the Brady-mania since last week amid what they're called the revenge season here. You have to admit had that been the Judge and Kraft how awesome would that have been!

    From the Post article,

    "Patriots owner Robert Kraft mingled with Judge Richard Berman, who overturned the NFL suspension of Tom Brady over his alleged role in Deflategate, at a Hamptons Labor Day party full of media and business power brokers."
    Nice choice of word "mingled" there. Lol.

    Press is making a mountain out of a mole hill. If they were in cahoots the last thing they'd do is turn up at a party for hundreds to see them.





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    Hopefully there's pictures of the judge partying with Gronkowski.





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    Re: ESPN Investigation into NFL/Patriots

    Well this article just annoys me, bc I know nothing will change.





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    Quote Originally Posted by bensmotorcyclehelmt View Post
    Hope you're right!

    An interesting read:

    http://www.si.com/nfl/2015/09/08/pat...?xid=si_social

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    Two months later Packers security in Green Bay noticed a man filming with a small handheld camera on the sideline. When the man was confronted, he said the Patriots coaches wanted him to capture field conditions. In the second quarter security saw him apparently filming signals from a tunnel in an end zone corner and stopped him again.
    During the game one former Packers staffer says, the Patriots seemed to know Green Bay’s defensive calls from the outset. The Patriots won 35–0. “Whatever we called, they got us out of our base call every single play,” the staffer says. “I’ve never seen anybody be able to do that before.”





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