Re: Mangini Mea Culpa on Spygate
posted at 5/3/2012 8:32 AM EDT
In Response to Re: Mangini Mea Culpa on Spygate
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Mangini Mea Culpa on Spygate : The reason for specific locations is because of accessibility during the game to club staff of such tapes. The memo is an elaboration on the bylaws and operations maual to clarify that point. All three are very specific that the restriction has to do with viewing the tape during the game . As far as dog, he is in his homer mode so no integrity will be displayed on this. He is capable of objectivity, but not when the Dolts have an interest in it being spun. He will swill the Dolt kool-aide EVERY time, so his thoughts on such matters can never be taken seriously.
Posted by BabeParilli[/QUOTE]
No kidding. I don't know why you're bolding that for me. I've told this to him 1000 times here and he ignores WHY the locations are listed.
He also never answered why they are listed in his own opinion, which is what he does when he's lost a debate.
It's also why Goodell looks like a moron. Everything captured during an NFL game is considered scouting, as long as it isn't used DURING the game. All 32 teams know this, sign off on it and it's never been an issue until some teams who are jealous of NE and their streamlined efficiencies as organization, was seen as an advantage.
This is the absolute truth. So, teams confronted Goodell, sold him on their view of what the rule means, and Goodell in fear of potential negativity via technological advantages within competition of the game, failed to really understand his own rule.
So, on the fly, he doesn't change the rule to specifically ban filming, but he allows a convoluted rule to sit and hope a memorandum in a shotgun style of management, would represent a threat to teams who weren't following it the wayy he saw fit.
To fix a problem he felt might be a problem, why not vote on the rule and have it changed so NO teams are allowed to film? If the fear is "technology" used as a possible future advantage, then why was Miami not punished in 2006 for admitting buying CBS audio to use to scout against NE, matching it up to their game films to get Brady's audibles in 21-0 shutout in December 2006?
Where is the consistency?
They admitted it! In his rule it talks about any kind of technology to be used and aided in the playing of a game, which apparently, means a FUTURE game.
Miami stinks, NE doesn't, so only NE is strung up, prompted by a jealous rival.