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Took months to figure out what we already knew. Cute how this report comes out after the draft though...
 

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Took months to figure out what we already knew. Cute how this report comes out after the draft though...

It doesn't sound like they could pin anything on the team, so I don't think it would have mattered.
 

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243 page report on deflated footballs :chuckle:...
 

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People believe anything huh. The hate is so bad that people ignore the colts had 3 of 4 balls deflated. So that means patriots ball boy deflated NE balls as well as Colts or it's Mother Nature. Let the hate flow
 

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Tom Brady didnt go to Michigan to play school, apparently
 

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Tom Brady didnt go to Michigan to play school, apparently

He looks just as uncomfortable (guilty) as the press conference before the Super Bowl.

It's gonna be pretty terrible if he doesn't get it with a lengthy suspension.
 

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I think what's going to doom Brady and cause a long suspension is his unwillingness to cooperate with the investigators. I don't think the act of deflating the footballs itself is a big deal and he may have gotten suspended a game or two, but nothing major. Now since he was uncooperative and unwilling to hand over information, a lesson will be made of him and it will be a warning to others that when an investigation is taking place that you need to cooperate.

Just imagine if Farmer claimed that he did not send texts to the coaches and the press box and then refused to hand over his phone to investigators. I think him being cooperative lessened his suspension to only 4 games (we thought it would be much worse) and saved us from giving us draft picks. But if Farmer denied and did not cooperate, that suspension would have been much worse and we probably would have lost draft picks.
 

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I think what's going to doom Brady and cause a long suspension is his unwillingness to cooperate with the investigators. I don't think the act of deflating the footballs itself is a big deal and he may have gotten suspended a game or two, but nothing major. Now since he was uncooperative and unwilling to hand over information, a lesson will be made of him and it will be a warning to others that when an investigation is taking place that you need to cooperate.

Just imagine if Farmer claimed that he did not send texts to the coaches and the press box and then refused to hand over his phone to investigators. I think him being cooperative lessened his suspension to only 4 games (we thought it would be much worse) and saved us from giving us draft picks. But if Farmer denied and did not cooperate, that suspension would have been much worse and we probably would have lost draft picks.

Farmer also isn't Tom Brady, the NFL's golden boy. I honestly think he skates with a fine.
 

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Farmer also isn't Tom Brady, the NFL's golden boy. I honestly think he skates with a fine.

I think the golden boy is exactly who you make an example of. Nobody should be above the integrity of the game, especially the NFL's golden boy. I guess we will find out soon out enough....
 

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1 year, no hair products.

He'd be devastated.
 

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I'll see myself out

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A man after my heart. :)

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...y-i-lose-a-lot-of-respect-for-guys-who-cheat/

Count Browns coach Mike Pettine as one who thinks the Deflategate report tarnishes the image of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

Asked about Brady today, Pettine said that it’s hard not to lose respect for Brady after the Ted Wells report concluded that Brady was probably involved in having the Patriots’ footballs under-inflated.

“I’ve always had a lot of respect for him,” Pettine said, via Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com. “But I lose a lot of respect for guys who cheat.”

Of course, Brady isn’t the only one who was caught cheating this offseason. The NFL also discovered this offseason that the Browns were engaged in texting during games, in violation of league rules, and as a result Cleveland General Manager Ray Farmer was suspended. Did Pettine lose respect for Farmer, too?

But Brady is different. He may be the highest-profile player in NFL history to be found in violation of league rules. And Pettine won’t be the only one who views Deflategate as tarnishing Brady’s legacy.
 

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