The New England Patriots may face even more punishment for surreptitiously filming the signals of their opponents if a federal appeals court revives a class action consumer fraud suit brought by a fan of the New York Jets who says he was cheated out of seeing fair games.

And judging from the tenor of Wednesday’s oral argument, the appellate court could very well be poised to rule in favor of the fans.

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