ESPN has another angle on this.
Whether they beat the Eagles fairly or not will never be proven, now. It's history and it cannot be re-written based on conjecture. But the questions are there and they are going to be asked. There were an awful lot of come-from-behind wins. The seeds of doubt have been planted.
Money will be paid and the pick(s) will be forfeited. But will the real cost come in the form of distraction for the team? That's the real question.
Bob Kravitz, sports pundit from the Indy Star doesn't think it's enough.
At this point, Bill Belichick, the New England Patriots coach and resident Machiavellian, should be happy he works in the NFL and not Formula One. Because the new commissioner, Roger "They Call Me Torquemada'' Goodell could have, should have, come down a whole lot harder.
Here's how F-1 handled their scandal.
The McLaren team was fined $100 million and stripped of its points in the constructors' standings Thursday in the spying scandal that has rocked Formula One racing.
It's really not about winning and losing, it's not about sour grapes. Here's the biggest reason why, all of this important: Note the cartoon entitled, Cheating.