RANT: Steelers website hints at shadiness


As Steelers website hints at shadiness, NFL to review communications gripe
Nate Davis, USA TODAY Sports 12:40 p.m. EDT September 11, 2015
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“Strangely enough, whenever an NFL representative proceeded to the New England sideline to shut down their headsets, the Steelers headsets cleared. Then as the representative walked away from the New England sideline, the Steelers’ headsets again started to receive the Patriots game broadcast.”
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Once again the NFL isn’t doing their job.
Two guys listening in to each team. Listener #1 — Comms go bad for team #1; he flips a switch to kill team #2 comm.
And, visa versa.
Problem solved?
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3 thoughts on “RANT: Steelers website hints at shadiness

  1. Flipping switches on comm devices is like when a child keeps grabbing your knickknacks so you move the knickknacks up to a shelf where they can’t reach them. Instead, you just spank them and tell them if they do it again you will punish them by taking away some privileges. Seems to me the NFL needs to treat the Deflatriots like the “bad” cheating children that they are!

  2. Oh it’s an NFL problem all right. It’s not a coincidence that the headsets failed, obviously they have figured out a way to screw up the oppositions headsets without affecting their own and Tomlin pointed that out in the press conference, that “this isn’t the first time”. Obviously the problem is with the Deflatriots…the NFL needs to seriously crack down on them. Maybe they should try playing in a different private league that doesn’t care if you cheat.

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