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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    If the video guy were filming from the press box, which is behind the Bengals bench, what good would that do as far as stealing Bengals signals? Have you sat in a football game behind the bench area? You can't see anything going on on the sidelines from that team's coaches. Besides, all play calling is done using headsets these days.
    Maybe you're right or maybe the video contains evidence such as was supposedly witnessed of coaches making signals to the field. Whether or not plays are called in over radio is irrelevant, if a team still uses signs even for the whole team on the field or certain groups or an individual player, and another team films it, there ought to be an investigation for how and why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    Maybe you're right or maybe the video contains evidence such as was supposedly witnessed of coaches making signals to the field. Whether or not plays are called in over radio is irrelevant, if a team still uses signs even for the whole team on the field or certain groups or an individual player, and another team films it, there ought to be an investigation for how and why.
    I agree there should be punishment if there were hand signals involved or if the guy were zooming in on Bengals play sheets. But think about this - why would the Pats do this against the Bengals and not one of the top teams like the Ravens or Chiefs? Couldn't they have done their filming at a Chiefs game under the guise of documentary, for example? None of this makes sense. Filming the backs of coaches of a 1-12 team? Gimme a break.
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    Pats fans actually think footage of Bengals coaches giving hand signals on the sidelines is a "separate Kraft production".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Houshmazode View Post
    Pats fans actually think footage of Bengals coaches giving hand signals on the sidelines is a "separate Kraft production".
    Yes, because Kraft Productions film video for social media and documentaries. The Pats football staff sees none of the footage.
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    If it were for a Patriots documentary, why wouldn't they just film the Bengals during you know... the game where the Patriots were actually playing? With the history it seems pretty fishy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teetdogs View Post
    If it were for a Patriots documentary, why wouldn't they just film the Bengals during you know... the game where the Patriots were actually playing? With the history it seems pretty fishy.
    Good question, but it was done to show the work of an Advance Scout...the type of scout that goes to see a team before they play them. During the Bengals game, the Advance Scout would be in Buffalo, who is their next opponent.
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    lol! pansy fans will defend to the end!

    they could literally watch belicheat kick their grandma in the gut & say it was likely a misunderstanding, accident or she ran into his foot

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncosFanInPA View Post
    lol! pansy fans will defend to the end!

    they could literally watch belicheat kick their grandma in the gut & say it was likely a misunderstanding, accident or she ran into his foot
    You might want to wait for the investigation to finish, man...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    You might want to wait for the investigation to finish, man...
    maybe you should look in the mirror...

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    Meh. This is the Patriots we're talking about.

    I'd be more surprised if this wasn't true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua2585 View Post
    They record everyone's practices. They've always done it.

    "If you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'"
    To finish the quote; And if you get caught, you ain't SF.
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    Patriots released a statement saying it was a bunch of independent contractors who did the filming...no link to the team's football operations
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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    I agree there should be punishment if there were hand signals involved or if the guy were zooming in on Bengals play sheets. But think about this - why would the Pats do this against the Bengals and not one of the top teams like the Ravens or Chiefs? Couldn't they have done their filming at a Chiefs game under the guise of documentary, for example? None of this makes sense. Filming the backs of coaches of a 1-12 team? Gimme a break.

    perhaps they did and never got caught

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    Quote Originally Posted by arapaho View Post
    perhaps they did and never got caught
    They would have told the opposing team their intention of filming (as they did with the Browns). Someone would have seen something and reported it. Sounds like a one time thing with this camera crew.

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