Whats going on with the Pats?

I think I missed something. Why are the Pats being called cheaters and whats the deal with Belichick? And a camera? I guess I am way out of the loop. Can anyone help me out with some (unbiased) answers?

Asked By: Capricorn - 9/14/2007
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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick escaped suspension for using a video camera to spy on opposing coaches, with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell deciding instead on Thursday night to fine him $500,000 and dock the team $250,000 and a first-day draft pick next year... More
Answered By: Riggo 44 (Skins Fan) - 9/14/2007
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the pats were caught recording defensive signals from the jets.
Answered By: SwiftKill - 9/14/2007
Well the security at the Pats Jets game took away the camera of a patriots cameraman and they are saying that he took pictures of the jets coaches and the plays they were using during the game to give the patriots a big advantage and it looks like the patriots are taking responsibility. Thats the whole deal
Answered By: ReggieFan1 - 9/14/2007
they had an employee video taping the defense signals from the sidelines. They all do it but they got caught. baseball ,they have people checking the catchers sines to the pitcher and relay them to the hitter. This didn't win the game for them,they won on pure determination to beat the jets.
Answered By: rtharp8 - 9/14/2007
I'm not a Patriots fan.I'm far from it I'm a Dolphin fan.So you know this is unbiased.The Patriots were caught stealing signals from the Jets.Every team does something against the rules every game.I don't know what all the fuss is about.
Answered By: BEJEWELED - 9/14/2007
Patriots were caught stealing Jets signals by videotape The punishment was 500,000 fine to Belicheck 250,000 fine to the Pats if they make the playoffs 1st round if they dont 2 and 3
Answered By: Patriots - 9/14/2007
Bellicheat got caught doing what he has probably been doing for a long time, cheating. He got off very, very easy for what he did. I think a one or two year suspension without pay would have been justified and the NFL really slapped this cheater on the wrist here.
Answered By: perdidobums - 9/14/2007
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