Dallas Asks the NFL To Step In About the Giants Using Walkie-Talkies in Sunday’s Game

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A week after the Giants accused the Steelers of using footballs that were not fully inflated, now they are being accused of their use of walkie-talkies on the sidelines during their win over the Cowboys on Sunday night.

SI.com had the story earlier on Thursday:

At the Cowboys’ behest, the NFL is investigating the Giants’ use of walkie-talkies on the sidelines, the New York Post reports.

The league is investigating whether or not the Giants broke the rules when head coach Ben McAdoo used the device to call plays and communicate with quarterback Eli Manning during New York’s 10–7 win over Dallas on Sunday. Manning’s headset malfunctioned in the fourth quarter, causing the Giants to switch communication methods. Dallas filed a formal request for the NFL to investigate.

It will be interesting to see if anything at all comes of it, likely nothing, but nevertheless it’s another shot fired in the longtime feud between the two NFC East foes.


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One Response to “Dallas Asks the NFL To Step In About the Giants Using Walkie-Talkies in Sunday’s Game”

  1. Berdj J. Rassam says:

    It’ll be interesting to see how this plays out with the NFL.

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