Former St. Louis Rams Hall of Fame running back Marshall Fault was in the news earlier this week for some of the comments he made regarding the Super Bowl loss the Rams suffered back in 2002 at the hands of Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Of course, that Super Bowl is where the famous "spygate" occurred and Fault commented this week that he is still bothered by the fact that the Patriots may have had an unfair advantage.
"Am I over the loss? Yeah, I'm over the loss. But I'll never be over being cheated out of the Super Bowl. That's a different story. I can understand losing a Super Bowl, that's fine . . . But how things happened and what took place. Obviously, the commissioner gets to handle things how he wants to handle them but if they wanted us to shut up about what happened, show us the tapes. Don't burn 'em."
Faulk was one of the best running backs in NFL history during his playing days. He was the most dangerous player on...