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Old 02-19-2008, 01:29 PM   #11
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Default Re: Committee plan could signal end of spying

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Dude. That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard of. All the other team would need to do is use a scanner to figure out which frequency you were using. There was a scandal here in the Bay Area where one team did that to steal offensive signals from their opponents.

Like 10 years ago. In a high school game.

I'm sure Bellichoke would have no problem figuring out a way to do the same.
Actually the military..and even we here at a police dispatch center use a scrambled signal that is descrambled at the reciever ...and can be formatted in about 3 trillion different ways....Since the NFL budget is considerably larger than ours...I'm guessing that the radios would be even more elaborate.
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Old 02-19-2008, 01:35 PM   #12
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Default Re: Committee plan could signal end of spying

Thats good to know, but theres always someone working a new angle and I wouldn't put anything past the patsies.

Watching them the last several years, it sure did look like they knew what was coming on both sides of the ball.
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I don't understand what all this hubbub is about. The Patriots did nothing wrong, and are just, you know, in general a swell bunch of guys that everybody should love and worship as the greatest team of athletes to ever grace the face of the Earth.

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Dude. That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard of. All the other team would need to do is use a scanner to figure out which frequency you were using. There was a scandal here in the Bay Area where one team did that to steal offensive signals from their opponents.

Like 10 years ago. In a high school game.

I'm sure Bellichoke would have no problem figuring out a way to do the same.
Would that even be illegal? Bellycheat* would be surprised to find out it is.
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Shouldn't this read "in the wake of what happened because of the New England Patriot"
Actually this was brought up a few years ago but got shot down. Maybe the committee knew then that the patriots were doing somethign "wrong" but failed to do something about it.

It's my understanding one player on defense would be equivalent to the QB. So why not, let the defense coach call in the plays just like the offensive coach.
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