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  • I don't get it:
    The Punthers, the Bungles and the Catriots?
  • Haters gonna hate hate hate
    ISNE-I Skied New England | NESAP-the New England Ski Area Project | SOSA-Saving Our Ski Areas - Location SW of Boston MA
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    The Cheetahs (cheaters)? Let's not start a fight here. :D
    - Sam
  • The Cheetahs (cheaters)? Let's not start a fight here. :D

    Thanks for the explanation. 
  • We live in a world where excellence is no longer valued.  Among players, if they are doing well, they must be on drugs; among teams, if they are doing well, they must be cheating. 
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    If they're doing well with properly inflated balls and aren't stealing playbooks from other teams locker rooms then I salute and say, "well done."

    There are superb examples of professional athletic excellence that, as I understand it, weren't sullied by scandal. The Steelers, I think, are one such organization....and I'm no fan of that team!
  • If they're doing well with properly inflated balls and aren't stealing playbooks from other teams locker rooms then I salute and say, "well done."

    There are superb examples of professional athletic excellence that, as I understand it, weren't sullied by scandal. The Steelers, I think, are one such organization....and I'm no fan of that team!

    Nonsense.  Everyone is looking for a slight competitive advantage.  If it's skiing, it's to take off that extra millisecond; if it's baseball, it's throwing a spitball or corking a bat or ...  There are many teams that have stolen playbooks; there are many teams who have piped in noise so the visiting team couldn't hear signals; in baseball, there have been many efforts to steal catchers' signs.  The winners call it "striving for competitive advantage".  The losers call it "cheating."
  • edited November 2015

    If they're doing well with properly inflated balls and aren't stealing playbooks from other teams locker rooms then I salute and say, "well done."

    There are superb examples of professional athletic excellence that, as I understand it, weren't sullied by scandal. The Steelers, I think, are one such organization....and I'm no fan of that team!

    Nonsense.  Everyone is looking for a slight competitive advantage.  If it's skiing, it's to take off that extra millisecond; if it's baseball, it's throwing a spitball or corking a bat or ...  There are many teams that have stolen playbooks; there are many teams who have piped in noise so the visiting team couldn't hear signals; in baseball, there have been many efforts to steal catchers' signs.  The winners call it "striving for competitive advantage".  The losers call it "cheating."
    Of all that you listed there, steeling a catcher's signals is perfectly legal.  It's just against the unwritten rules because baseball is a "gentleman's" game.

    That said, we've all seen the low tire pressure warning lights on a cold winter's morning.  The whole "Cheatriots" b.s. stems from the fact that 30 other teams hate us because we've consisntently beat up on them (and by a lot too) for 15 years.
  • Oh, I'm all for a competitive edge and, as a whole, LOVE seeing Boston sports compete so successfully over the last ten plus years (i.e. the Red Sox can pummel the hated Yankees all day, every day; I despise the Yankees). I have no room for stealing playbooks from the visiting teams locker room, though.

    Besides, we're all somewhat sports nuts here so there'll be some dishing out agains other teams, I'm sure. It's all in good fun and I certainly mean no offense, personally.
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    If they're doing well with properly inflated balls and aren't stealing playbooks from other teams locker rooms then I salute and say, "well done."

    There are superb examples of professional athletic excellence that, as I understand it, weren't sullied by scandal. The Steelers, I think, are one such organization....and I'm no fan of that team!



    You've got to be $%&#@%&;@ kidding me.  Get your facts right. Of course ESPN can't
    & refuses to get the facts right too.


     A Pitt quarterback
    who has two sexual assault allegations, a head coach who was fined $100,000 for
    stepping on the field an impeding a kick off run back??????????? That's a
    superb examples of professional athletic excellence ?? And there are several
    other recent incidents of them cheating and getting caught.


    Believe it or not, the Pittsburgh Steelers are listed as the
    second team of all 32 in terms of biggest cheaters in NFL history.
    http://yourteamcheats.com/PIT The Patriots are 23rd in this listing, but this
    is skewed by length of time in the league.


    In 2010 Pittsburg quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was accused
    of sexual assault and rape. The student told police she had been sexually
    assaulted, but the medical results were less clear. A doctor who examined her
    at a nearby emergency room discovered a cut, bruises and vaginal bleeding but
    could not say if she was raped. District Attorney Fred Bright said Monday that
    after exhaustive interviews and inconclusive medical exams, the student's
    accusations could not be proved beyond a reasonable doubt. He also revealed the
    young accuser no longer wanted him to prosecute.


    Bright said he continued to investigate the case, but
    ultimately decided against moving forward partly because he was never able to
    find out what happened behind the bathroom door at the Capital City club. "Here
    the overall circumstances do not lead to a viable prosecution. If they did, I
    would be pursuing it vigorously," Bright said. "We do not prosecute
    morals. We prosecute crimes.


    The allegations were more bad news for Roethlisberger, was
    sued by a different woman who says he raped her in 2008 at a Lake Tahoe hotel
    and casino, an allegation he had denied. Roethlisberger was not criminally
    charged in that case and has claimed counterdamages in the lawsuit.


    Deflategate Facts

    Two weeks later, on the morning of the Super Bowl, NFL
    Network’s Ian Rapoport corrected this information, reporting that just one of
    the 11 footballs was 2 PSI under the limit, while many were "just a few
    ticks under the [12.5 PSI] minimum."


    According to ProFootballTalk, the one football that was 2
    PSI under the limit was the ball intercepted by D’Qwell Jackson and taken to
    the Colts sideline and ultimately submitted to the NFL to launch an
    investigation. The NFL chose not to investigate whether the Colts intentionally
    manipulated that football before submitting it.
     

    The ESPN allegation is that they took game day
    playsheets, not playbooks.


    ESPN states that anonymous former Patriots employees say
    that the team used to send an employee to opponents’ locker rooms to steal
    their play sheets. The Patriots state that none of these allegations have ever
    been substantiated. No action was taken by the league.


    My personal belief is similar to Joshua's that all 32 teams
    are "striving for competitive advantage" due to the huge amount of
    money, media & fan pressure involved in the NFL. If you object to this, you
    should boycott watching and go skiing instead.
     


    ISNE-I Skied New England | NESAP-the New England Ski Area Project | SOSA-Saving Our Ski Areas - Location SW of Boston MA
  • Wow.

    Like I said, I meant no offense. Clearly I hit a raw nerve.
  • All I got left to say; is a 2 game suspension for knocking your girlfriend out & dragging her out of an elevator unconscious?
    ISNE-I Skied New England | NESAP-the New England Ski Area Project | SOSA-Saving Our Ski Areas - Location SW of Boston MA
  • Go Bills
    ~Rich~
  • Patriots remain undefeated!
    - Sam
  • I do not want to know what my b.p. was during the 4th quarter.
  • obienick said:

    I do not want to know what my b.p. was during the 4th quarter.

    +1
  • obienick said:

    I do not want to know what my b.p. was during the 4th quarter.

    +1
    +2
  • Required reading for those that complain about the Pats.
  • tedede said:

    Required reading for those that complain about the Pats.

    Good stuff.  Thanks for posting that.
  • Make my day, ADK-- South Buffalo boy here and not one of those unpronounceable suburbs to anyone other than a native 716er. 
    "Making ski films is being irresponsible with other people's money, in a responsible sort of way..." 
    Greg Stump
  • Wow some of you guys take this pretty seriously!  I just thought it was clever and humorous.  I'll stick to religion and politics next time   ;))

  • edited November 2015

    Boy I tell you, I get no respect around here.  Tedede, that's the same web site as my post, except Pit has now moved down to #3... anyhoo the site is probably made by a Pat's fan, so no one will believe in it... Anyway, trying to convince fans of one sports franchise to forgive the sins of another is as impossible as trying to debunk moon landing hoax theories to a junk science believer. I mean if you showed them cold fusion right in their faces they wouldn't believe it....er, um, okay bad example, but you get what I mean? Waste of time.

    So sorry, I just couldn't let a statement like;  "...weren't sullied by scandal. The Steelers..." stand unchallenged.

    ISNE-I Skied New England | NESAP-the New England Ski Area Project | SOSA-Saving Our Ski Areas - Location SW of Boston MA
  • Sorry ski_it, TL;DR, I see that now.  

    Here's a great video on how the moon landing could not be faked by the video technology at the time.
  • Definition of a redneck?  They think the moon landings are fake, but astrology is real.

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    Definition of a redneck?  They think the moon landings are fake, but astrology is real.


    And they seem to be the people most likely to believe they've been abducted by aliens but don't believe we ever got to the moon. :-??
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