will you be my friend?
- Nov 1, 2005
I'm excited to see how many of the minnows floating around ESPN and Twitter are ready to call Robert Kraft a lying liar. Brunell? Mark? Mark?
Outstanding.P'tucket said:Given the year he's had, I imagine Rog has a punch card that entitles him to free crisis management services every tenth scandal.
McBride11 said:Ohhh injury question about Stork. That will clearly work reporter person.
Mugsy's Walk-Off Bunt said:Mike Reiss trying to set an example for the rest of the media. Bless him. He's adorable.
kartvelo said:Unable to watch live. Can I expect it online somewhere later?
Also, he called BB "probably the greatest coach who's ever lived."Don Buddin's GS said:Never been a Deion Sanders fan but I'm glad he sees what a shitshow this is
Incredible what getting rid of the ESPN stink can do for a person.McBride11 said:
Yes, but only in relation to women of the same age.McBride11 said:
My boys are told that they will be fined for watching that channel.Red(s)HawksFan said:Incredible what getting rid of the ESPN stink can do for a person.
Scriblerus said:Brazil giving BB some high praise.
BB offers him a job. Ha!
I would have expected better. But at least not PSI related.Harry Hooper said:
That was Mike Reiss, I believe.
Talk about defying physics. We've found the broken clock incapable of being right twice a day.Freddy Linn said:Kravitz tweeted twenty minutes ago that the Pats wouldn't mention the whole issue during these press conferences.
redsoxcentury said:what the hell is Brady wearing?
Classy.P'tucket said:Talk about defying physics. We've found the broken clock incapable of being right twice a day.
Freddy Linn said:Kravitz tweeted twenty minutes ago that the Pats wouldn't mention the whole issue during these press conferences.
Harry Hooper said:
Hence the timing of the leak. Someone at NFL HQ is shitting all over the Pats.
If my wife looks that at 41, winning.Ferm Sheller said:Yes, but only in relation to women of the same age.
Once you go backdoor you never go back?staz said:
More importantly, is the back door still open?
I think for this to be unequivocally true, we'd have to know, for certain, the actual temp of the balls indoors, the actual temp of the balls on the field, the actual PSI of the balls before the game, and the actual PSI measurements of each ball that the NFL tested at halftime. Of course a lot of good assumptions can be made. Maybe they're all 100% accurate. If it turns out someone did tamper with the balls, we'll probably find out that some variables weren't.amarshal2 said:It didn't confirm it is possible. It confirmed it was the expected outcome of the situation the Pats found themselves in. If we find out the pats intentionally deflated the footballs then 10.5 is too high for the rumored lowest football. It would have to be lower. Or we'd have to learn that the officials pumped the balls above 12.5. But, that's all I can think of.
Too familiar, but on the heels of yet more breaking news, "ballboy goes to the bathroom", I freaked.quint said:Are you unfamiliar with the weeks and days leading up to the Super Bowl?
Yeah, RapSheet had a tweet about that earlier.Ed Hillel said:Anyone else see that Revis line on the bottom? Pats willing to pick up the option, apparently.
Dollar said:Fearless prediction: every media description of this press conference will be "Belichick silent on reporter's questions, refuses to give any answers," along with a soundbite of him refusing to answer those stupid Deflateprate questions, completely ignoring the 5 or 6 minutes of pure football answers he gave.
DennyDoyle'sBoil said:In response to Mr. Kraft's statement, John Clayton is reporting his league sources have informed him that the NFL has collected evidence that the temperature inside the Patriots' locker room was 71, not 72, as implied by Jake Wesley after hearing Belichick's press conference on Saturday. Also, video suggests that there are some people in the locker room before the game who, in the surveillance video, appear to be interesting people, which Clayton interprets to be code for persons of interest.
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Think your satire meter is broken.djbayko said:
This is getting ridiculous.
- How the hell do they know what the temperature was when they inflated the balls?
- Even a thermostat-controlled room fluctuates by a few degrees over time.
- It doesn't even matter, if the refs performed their job and measured and inflated the balls...presumably in a room that was also at room temperature.