Remember that whole "Spygate" thing? As a Patriots fan, does anyone ever bring that up to you?
Like most things in the media, the perception of spygate got blown way out of proportion. It was cheating, certainly. Did it help? Of course it did, otherwise Belichick wouldn't have been doing it. However, most fans and even analysts kind of got so lost in a game of telephone that they don't even remember what the actual act was, or it's impact. They just hear the word "cheating" and go off on a tangent.
Such is the case with Marshall Faulk, the hall of fame running back for the St. Louis Rams. The same Rams the Patriots defeated in 2001 for their first Lombardi Trophy. It was a victory that spawned a dynasty, and for Faulk, over a decade of bitterness.
CSNNE's Tom E. Curran broached the subject with Faulk, who denied having any hard feelings. But also made it very clear he had hard feelings.
"They misunderstand," Faulk corrected. "Am I over the loss? Yeah, I'm over the loss. B...