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Old 01-16-2014, 11:24 AM   #21
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Default Re: Former head coach Cowher: Steelers tried stealing signals, too

Originally Posted by VaDave View Post
Guys, this happened over ten years ago. It's no longer news. Nothing much good happens when you repeatedly pick at a scab.

We've all said what needs to be said about it, and any additional comment will not change the outcome of those two games, nor will it change anybody's opinion of what did or did not happen, or their feelings on the subject.
Cowher was the one that picked at it by playing the everyone does it card this week - coaches as successful as Cowher did not get that way from backing down and IMO The Jaw is doubling down on why he decided (or knew it was prudent?) not to ask Belichick about Spygate in this past Sunday's interview (on which Boomer Esiason immediately called him) and continuing to maintain Belichick is the greatest coach of all time (hard to maintain that position if the guy was a serial cheater, unlike other candidates for that title)
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