Let’s make two things clear about this Deflategate thing—first, apart from New England’s fans, nobody else is feeling sorry for Tom Brady and his suspension. So, all you so-called pundits out there trying to force sympathy out of us with your twisted logics and all, stop wasting your time and get something better to lobby for. Second, whereas all the blame seems to be focused on Brady, the bottom line is that the Deflategate scandals is bigger than the Patriots quarterback, as it involved several parties. For the sake of fairness, Patriots Coach Bill Belichick, team owner Robert Kraft and the entire New England organization should have also been relevantly charged by the league, as the scandal happened under their watch and there is damning evidence to implicate them criminally. Did I say Belichick and his employer should be charged? My bad, scratch that because it is not going to happen… Not when NFL executive VP Troy Vincent and Commissioner Roger Goodell are known to be masters of double-standard rulings and specialists at shifting the integrity goal posts to suit their needs.
That leaves just about one thing to talk about—the aftermath of the scandal and how it is likely to affect the NFL in the 2015 season, so let’s get it over with and close the Deflategate chapter once and for all.
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