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The Brady-to-Moss connection may be unbeatable this year.

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So Hines Ward is the best reciever in the league, and Steve Smith is the worst.

 

When I think of the best receivers, I think of players who give 100% on every down. Unfortunately Moss never has done that. I'm not doubting that he's a great wide receiver and he can catch the ball with the best of them, but his lack of effort at times is a disappointment. To me, the best receiver in the league is Marvin Harrison. But this argument could go on forever and ever and ever. Let's just agree that he's not better than Jerry Rice and be done with it. :stunned

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NFL security confiscated a video camera and its tape from a New England Patriots employee on the team's sideline during Sunday's game against the Jets in a suspected spying incident, sources said.

 

The camera and its tape were placed in a sealed box and forwarded to the league office for investigation, the sources said.

 

"We don't have any comment," an NFL spokesman said Monday.

 

The Patriots' cameraman was suspected of aiming his camera at the Jets' defensive coaches who were sending signals to their unit on the field, the sources said. The league also is investigating some radio frequency issues that occurred during the game.

 

The league's competition committee could conduct a conference call about the incident, which violates NFL policy, and ultimately recommend a penalty that could cost the Patriots a future draft pick or picks if it verifies that the team was spying on the Jets.

 

"It's not their first time," a member of the committee, who did not wish to be identified, said.

 

In fact, Green Bay Packers president Bob Harlan confirmed a similar incident that occurred when the Patriots played at Lambeau Field last Nov. 19. The same cameraman who was questioned by NFL security on Sunday was also the one whom the Packers removed from the sideline and escorted from the field during their 2006 game, according to Packers security official Doug Collins.

 

"From what I can remember, he had quite a fit when we took him out," Harlan said. "We had gotten word before the game that they [the Patriots] did this sort of thing, so we were looking for it."

 

A Jets official declined comment Monday, directing an inquiry to the league office. The Patriots also did not have immediate comment.

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When I think of the best receivers, I think of players who give 100% on every down. Unfortunately Moss never has done that. I'm not doubting that he's a great wide receiver and he can catch the ball with the best of them, but his lack of effort at times is a disappointment. To me, the best receiver in the league is Marvin Harrison. But this argument could go on forever and ever and ever. Let's just agree that he's not better than Jerry Rice and be done with it. :stunned

 

Harrison's not a great blocker either. Neither is Steve Smith. Or Chad Johnson. Or 90% of the great recievers in the league.

 

ward is an incredible player. he's a steeler, so he's hated, but he's still fun to watch.

 

Huh? People hate the Steelers? He's a decent reciever, he's probably never been one of the 5 best in the league, but he's a nice player.

 

NFL security confiscated a video camera and its tape from a New England Patriots employee on the team's sideline during Sunday's game against the Jets in a suspected spying incident, sources said.

 

The camera and its tape were placed in a sealed box and forwarded to the league office for investigation, the sources said.

 

"We don't have any comment," an NFL spokesman said Monday.

 

The Patriots' cameraman was suspected of aiming his camera at the Jets' defensive coaches who were sending signals to their unit on the field, the sources said. The league also is investigating some radio frequency issues that occurred during the game.

 

The league's competition committee could conduct a conference call about the incident, which violates NFL policy, and ultimately recommend a penalty that could cost the Patriots a future draft pick or picks if it verifies that the team was spying on the Jets.

 

"It's not their first time," a member of the committee, who did not wish to be identified, said.

 

In fact, Green Bay Packers president Bob Harlan confirmed a similar incident that occurred when the Patriots played at Lambeau Field last Nov. 19. The same cameraman who was questioned by NFL security on Sunday was also the one whom the Packers removed from the sideline and escorted from the field during their 2006 game, according to Packers security official Doug Collins.

 

"From what I can remember, he had quite a fit when we took him out," Harlan said. "We had gotten word before the game that they [the Patriots] did this sort of thing, so we were looking for it."

 

A Jets official declined comment Monday, directing an inquiry to the league office. The Patriots also did not have immediate comment.

 

They were accused of that against the Dolphins last year as well. Has to be something to it.

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This doesn't suprise me....LT hit the nail on the head when he described Bill Belicheck.

 

 

NFL security confiscated a video camera and its tape from a New England Patriots employee on the team's sideline during Sunday's game against the Jets in a suspected spying incident, sources said.

 

The camera and its tape were placed in a sealed box and forwarded to the league office for investigation, the sources said.

 

"We don't have any comment," an NFL spokesman said Monday.

 

The Patriots' cameraman was suspected of aiming his camera at the Jets' defensive coaches who were sending signals to their unit on the field, the sources said. The league also is investigating some radio frequency issues that occurred during the game.

 

The league's competition committee could conduct a conference call about the incident, which violates NFL policy, and ultimately recommend a penalty that could cost the Patriots a future draft pick or picks if it verifies that the team was spying on the Jets.

 

"It's not their first time," a member of the committee, who did not wish to be identified, said.

 

In fact, Green Bay Packers president Bob Harlan confirmed a similar incident that occurred when the Patriots played at Lambeau Field last Nov. 19. The same cameraman who was questioned by NFL security on Sunday was also the one whom the Packers removed from the sideline and escorted from the field during their 2006 game, according to Packers security official Doug Collins.

 

"From what I can remember, he had quite a fit when we took him out," Harlan said. "We had gotten word before the game that they [the Patriots] did this sort of thing, so we were looking for it."

 

A Jets official declined comment Monday, directing an inquiry to the league office. The Patriots also did not have immediate comment.

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They blacked out Chicago for a Bengals game? WTF?

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Ouch. That blows.

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