Updated: May 20, 2008, 12:19 PM

Vote: Is Spygate over?

Matt Walsh met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in New York.
The Spygate saga continued on Tuesday, as former Patriots video assistant Matt Walsh and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell met for over three hours to discuss the Patriots' practice of videotaping their opponents' play-calling signals.

Back in September, the Patriots were caught videotaping the Jets' defensive signals, a violation that cost the organization $250,000 and the 31st overall pick at the 2008 NFL draft. The story did not end there, however, as Walsh emerged with more tapes.

Now that more videotapes have emerged, should the Patriots face further punishment from the NFL? How credible a witness is Walsh? And how much of an advantage did the Patriots gain from the videotapes in question?

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