Why is this still a news item?
Hasn’t everyone gotten the memo on the New England Patriots organization can, will, and does cheat in any way, shape, or form to help ensure their continued success in the NFL?
The first mention way back in the early aughts wasn’t enough for some. The tape confiscation and subsequent destruction behind the scenes wasn’t either. Well fast forward a good decade or two and here we are in 2019 and the Patriots are still at their videotaping game. They are using the same old tired excuses and insulting the intelligence of everyone who loves the game of NFL football by releasing bullshit statements denying any wrong doing / excusing their pathetic methods with asinine explanations.
Yeah, like many NFL fans not located in the Boston area I completely admit that I hate this team that has had so much success for so long. But it isn’t just because they aren’t my team. And it isn’t because they have had record setting success at the game I love watching and writing about.
It is because year after year these slime balls drop a deuce on what little integrity the NFL has and year after year they get as little punishment as possible for it.
Denver Broncos News
Drew Lock nominated for NFL's Rookie of the Week award
Lock is up for the honor for the first time in his young career.
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Any Given Sunday: Broncos over Texans | Football Outsiders
The learning process for quarterbacks starts as the NFL tape does. It is absolutely a good sign for Drew Lock that he played as well as he did -- nobody is saying it's not -- but these next three games are probably going to be even more instructive to the Broncos as far as whether they want to move forward with the idea that Lock is the quarterback of the future.
News About Cheaters
Bill Belichick on video: 'I have no involvement in this' - NFL.com
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick reiterated Tuesday morning that he had no knowledge of a production crew filming the Cincinnati Bengals' sideline during Sunday's game against the Browns.
Patriots filming Bengals: NFL should punish New England again - Sports Illustrated
It’s very possible that the Patriots didn’t knowingly break league rules by filming the Bengals. But the team has lost the benefit of the doubt, and the commissioner should still dock the Patriots in some manner.
Other NFL News
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AFC playoff picture: Texans, Titans, Steelers jockey for position - NFL.com
Ryan Tannehill and Devlin Hodges have helped save their teams' seasons. Now, the Titans and Steelers face a high-stakes finish to 2019. Nick Shook takes stock of the AFC playoff picture.
Week 14 DVOA Ratings | Football Outsiders
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NFL Power Rankings Poll, Week 15 - Sports Illustrated
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