ESPN's Spygate piece exposes Patriots for being the cheatingest cheaters ever

ESPN's latest report on the New England Patriots documents the extreme lengths the organization went to in order to cheat and video tape opposing teams' signals from 2000 to 2007 and how NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell tried to cover it all up.

    2015/09/09

NSFW    BRISTOL, CONNECTICUT — ESPN The Magazine just released a bombshell of an article alleging the Patriots' Spygate scandal was bigger than anyone ever imagined and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell tried to cover it up.

Citing interviews with 90 sources, ESPN says Coach Belichick videotaped opposing teams' signals from 40 different games from 2000 through 2007.

Belichick and his partner in crime director of football research Ernie Adams developed a covert videotaping system and secret library. Files were created for opponents and during games undercover videographers would tape over their team logos and wear fake Patriots TV or Kraft Productions credentials.

New England also got creative with their cheating. During pregame warm-ups, Patriots' employees would sneak into visiting locker rooms and steal play sheets, or fake ones. New England would also break into visiting team's hotels for playbooks and scouting reports.

Spygate finally blew up in Belichick's face with the Jets in 2007, but when NFL investigators found Belichick's secret stash of videotapes and detailed notes, Goodell ordered the tapes to be destroyed and the notes shredded.

Looks like Goodell didn't want people to know the Patriots won Super Bowls by cheating. He tried to make up for Spygate with Deflategate, but we all know how that turned out. So where do Goodell and Belichick go from here?
Citing interviews with 90 sources, ESPN says Coach Belichick videotaped opposing teams' signals from 40 different games from 2000 through 2007. NEW YORK POST
Citing interviews with 90 sources, ESPN says Coach Belichick videotaped opposing teams' signals from 40 different games from 2000 through 2007. NEW YORK POST
Belichick and his partner in crime director of football research Ernie Adams developed a covert videotaping system and secret library. NEW YORK POST
Belichick and his partner in crime director of football research Ernie Adams developed a covert videotaping system and secret library. NEW YORK POST
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