Mike Holmgren basically said he did not appreciate NBC showing a close-up shot of his play-calling sheet. "There are not a lot of secrets," Holmgren said. "I would rather they not do that." Holmgren said he didn't think it gave the Saints any competitive advantage, though I know some within the Seahawks were concerned that the Saints' folks upstairs could easily have obtained a copy of the shot and used it for defensive calls. Holmgren said he changes his plays and his play calls each week, so it is not like what was on that sheet will be on the one for St Louis or anybody else. But it is the principle, he said, that bothers him. Holmgren said when he was on the competition committee, the network folks would come in and say what they were thinking of doing, then ask for input, but basically they were telling the committee what they were going to do in a nice way. Holmgren said he understands that television rules the world, and that because of the rights fees they pay they are entitled to do almost whatever they want. But it puts the coaches and players in a tough spot at times, especially when something sensitive occurs.