what most USMB posters around here clearly dont understand is that the cheats win superbowl after superbowl and division title after division title cause they clearly are like politicians who get special treatment over other teams they dont get. a team like cleveland for example,had they been in deflategate,the owner would have lost ownership of the team,the coach kicked out of the leauge and the QB suspended an entire season but the cheats are untouchable as that raider fan said so well in his piece. they are like politicians,same as how politicians get away with crimes everyday WE go to jail for,the cheats are just like them,they have special privedleges the other teams dont get. In this era of parity,you dont win division title after another and have that great percentage of winning so many games at home unless you are a cheater and have the refs in your pockets. thats WHY I keep saying,give me the good old days when the game wasnt corrupt to the extremes it is now.it might have been back then as well but again,not to the extremes it is NOW. I find it comical how ESPN and all these NFL announcers such as al michales and chris collingsworth kiss the patriots asses talking about their amazing home record they have and how bill belicheck is the greatest coach ever. the NFL and ESPN of course wont allow anyone to challenged them when they say Belicheck is the greatest coach ever,how if that is true,why is it if he is so great,how come he was a complete failure at cleveland and only had ONE winning season the five seasons he was there? lol that if it were not for tom brady,he would have been a major failure. WHY is it in collingsworth and michales and the NFLs ramblings how he is such a great coach,they NEVER bring up that little fact of his failures at cleveland? ANSWER. the REASON they dont bring it up is cause it shoots down their theory if it is allowed to be brought up that he is not that good a coach. thats our great media for you,no censorship of the press and our great freedom of the press and land of the free here in america.