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"Maybe you will have some nice size 11's in ur locker"

"Tom must be working your balls hard this week"

"I have a big needle for you this week"

"Can't wait to give you the needle this week"

This is hilarious.

 

this guy was getting paid with Uggs? what a loser

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whats even more hilarious is that the whole internet persona you've built relies on the patriots dominance. now the thing thats evident is that the team is a fraud. your schtick has been tired for years, get a new gig

 

Nailed it! Now he is even more pathetic than before, I never thought that would be possible but here he is. 

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I just watched a panel of nfl network such as Brian Dawkins n Jeff Saturday who are very disppointed n have spoken out a few times against thier "rule breaking" antics and said this in the end will not overall change what thier praised as nor should it. According to them.

So i think im pretty accurate in my statement.

 

Really, on NFL network? LOL

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No im lying (sarcasm )

 

People on NFL network work for the NFL, what the hell do you think they are going to say. 

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Idk the truth about thier personal opinion *shrug shoulders*

I mean after all ppl on the Internet speak the truth all the time too right? If its said on the net that means its the truth? (More sarcasm )

 

I have no idea what you are talking about, but if you want to keep trying please go ahead. Ill be back gonna grab more popcorn and a fresh beer. 

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Bob Costas said on the national news tonight, if this happened to any of the other 31 teams, it would already swept under the rug.

Because of the Pats dominance well over a decade, it's the issue it is today.

 

Makes no sense, if they would've not cheated they would be no dominance. Try again. 

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Back when the story broke Brady denied even knowing who McNally was.

Now we have all these text messages and Brady giving him signed memorabilia.

 

Sad day for Patsfantx and crew.   

 

If you compare the report with Shady Brady's press conference before the Superbowl you can see that Brady pretty much lied the entire time. Cheaters gonna cheat, I guess when you are a 6th round pick and you want to win you try anything. 

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its ok. I expected to go over your head i know who i was talking to.

 

 

Seriously, I have no clue what you are talking about.

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Stop living in a dreamworld.

The Pats have kicked the Jets ass for well over a decade now.

It won't stop this year either.

 

Duh, maybe because you cheated. 

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Even Boston writers are admitting the obvious.

 

More tarnish on Patriot legacy, this time tainting Tom Brady
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shaughnessy.pngBy Dan Shaughnessy Globe Columnist  May 07, 2015

It’s a bad day for the Patriots. It’s an especially bad day for New England’s iconic quarterback, Tom Brady.

The Patriots are Super Bowl champs, but the NFL also believes the Patriots are cheaters. The Patriots certainly didn’t need to illegally deflate footballs to beat the Indianapolis Colts, 45-7, in the AFC Championship game, but according to Ted Wells’s report released Wednesday, they went ahead and did it anyway.

The reports also says it is “more probable than not” that Brady “was at least generally aware” of the tampering. Golden Boy Tom is likely to be sanctioned when the NFL doles out its punishment in the wake of the damning report issued Wednesday afternoon.

So there. Deflategate takes its place alongside Spygate. The damage to the Patriot brand is universal and eternal. Brady, the Patriots, and their fans have to live with it.

Patriot toadies no doubt will line up to say that the league did not prove anything that would hold up in a court of law (Brady’s dad has already labeled it “Framegate”). It’s all circumstantial, they’ll say. Plus, it says right in the report that Bob Kraft and Bill Belichick knew nothing about the intentional deflation of the footballs. It was just a couple of rogue equipment guys breaking the rules.

Good luck with that one, folks. Bend yourself into a pretzel if you must, but Brady and the Patriots are insulting your intelligence if they want you to believe that they were not aware of what was happening to the footballs on game days.

No organization, no coach, are more attentive to detail than the Patriots and Belichick. And we’re supposed to believe that before the kickoff of the AFC Championship game, a veteran team locker room guy can disappear while he’s in possession of game balls that have already been approved by officials?

Seriously, when do the Patriots stop lying and come clean on this thing? The damage is done. Insistence on innocence is not likely to be helpful when we get to the penalty phase of this scandal.

Nobody in Foxborough looks good. Brady looks like a guy who broke the rules and lied about it. Belichick looks ridiculous in the wake of his Jan. 24 Mona Lisa Vito science lesson. And Kraft evidently has been duped. Again. Just as he was duped on Spygate. And on Aaron Hernandez.

Remember Kraft’s defiance when he arrived in Glendale, Ariz., for the Super Bowl?

“I believe, unconditionally, that the New England Patriots have done nothing inappropriate in this process or in violation of NFL rules,’’ Kraft stated in his throwdown speech on Super Bowl Monday. He told us Belichick and Brady have never lied to him and then he said he wanted an apology if the investigation “is not able to definitely determine that our organization tampered with the air pressure in the footballs.’’

The 243-page report released Wednesday concludes that it is “more probable than not” the Patriots broke the rules and deflated the footballs. The mountain of evidence makes it impossible to draw any other conclusion. The paper trail indicates that Brady did not communicate with equipment guy John Jastremski for six months, then engaged in multiple conversations with Jastremski (more than 20 minutes of talking) in the days after the scandal broke.

The notion that Belichick did not know this was going on makes one’s head explode. Nothing happens in Foxborough without Belichick’s knowledge. Reporters check in at “security command” and are videotaped asking questions. No detail is too insignificant.

On Jan. 24, Belichick defiantly explained why the footballs would have become deflated during the course of the AFC Championship. It was all about science and weather. Unfortunately, the report states that only the 11 Patriot footballs were discovered to have a PSI level below league limits. All four Colt footballs magically maintained a PSI within the league limit. So Belichick’s science explanation is flawed.

But it is Brady who has the most explaining to do.

It stretches all believability to conclude that he had nothing to do with this. And it damages his hard-earned legacy across America. There are simply too many football people telling us that there is no way Brady can be telling the truth.

We all know that America is populated by jealous Patriot haters. Brady and the Patriots do themselves no service by impeding the investigation (team counsel would not let Wells have a second interview with McNally) or telling us the sun is out when we are standing in the middle of a downpour.

The Patriots won the Super Bowl fair and square, with PSI-regulation footballs. They did not need deflated footballs to beat the Colts. It certainly cannot be proven that the Patriots were doing this every week. But now they have armed their legion of enemies with a new weapon.

A deflated football is easier to throw, easier to catch, and harder to fumble, according to Slate. The rule allowing each team to prepare its own game balls went into effect in 2006. Since 2007, the Patriots have fumbled far less than the NFL average (once every 187 plays, compared with once every 105 for the rest of the league). They have also been the greatest bad-weather team in the history of football.

Now folks in Pittsburgh and Denver and Indianapolis are going to say the Patriots have been better because they cheated. This makes the deflation of footballs more than rolling through a stop sign. If there were no competitive advantage, why would the Patriots be doing it?

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell loves Kraft, loves Brady, and he loves the Patriots, but he presumably has to answer to 31 other owners — most of whom have had their butts kicked by the Patriots on a regular basis.

Sanctions are coming. For Brady and maybe for the Patriots.

It’s about systematically breaking the rules of competition. It’s about a loss of institutional control.

And a legacy tarnished once again.

 

Great article. It's not rocket science, they cheated and have been cheating for a while. 

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The theory is likely that by fixing the blame on Brady and others, the report insulates the league from criticism regarding its shoddy protocols and from the fact that it may have knowingly allowed balls to be used in the 1st half of the AFC championship game that were not inflated to league standards.

 

Great point, we should blame the NFL for spygate and deflategate. 

 

HAHAHHAHAHHAAAA!

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No one mentions the Ravens game. The Ravens tipped off the Colts. Obviously the Pats didn't need to cheat to beat Indy, but what about Baltimore???? That's the real issue. Why doesn't anyone address that on ESPN???

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The text messages show that they have been doing this the entire year. sh*t, you know this has been going in for a while now, look at the fumble numbers, the cold weather games, and the home record. They aint sh*t without cheating. 

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Well, not the entire year.  Or are you saying they cheated at home against the Jets and in the SB against the Seahawks as well? 

 

You have been cheating since Spygate, this is not the first time you get caught, remember? If you think they only cheated vs the Colts then I don't even know what to say to you. 

 

Oh wait I do know what to say, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!

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They are hurting now.. I can understand. Most are great fans on greta run. It must hurt like hell to relaize (like Yanks did w/Arod, and Cards w/McGwire) taht it was all won w/unfait advantage and complete disdain for fairness. And add in thier heroes lied to Commish.

Then add in fact they now know when they wear Pats gear anywhere outside of Mass. from now on, they will hear snickers, laughs and headshakes as opposed to the 'hold head high' attitude I assume they had before. Those days are over. They are the {oster Boys for whats wrong in sports now and will have to pay the price in at minimum Pride and realization of tarnished SB wins and asterisks galore, even if no penaltys come from a Commish who is afraid of backlash of such a horrific decade long cheating scandal. I assume NFL tries to sweep under carpet, but Pats and fans wearing gear will be laughing stocks outside of Mass.

 

The road games for the Pats will sure be fun this year, opposing fans will go freaking crazy on the Pats and their fans. CHEATERS! CHEATERS! CHEATERS!! Its going to be fun.

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What's most pathetic is Brady is letting these locker room attendants take a fall for him - he has his parents and owner sounding silly protecting him..

 

And he still hasn't taken any responsibility.  The whole world (except a handful of Pats fans) knows he cheated, knows he lied about it and knows he tried to cover it up.

 

He really should act like a man - take responsibility and this would all likely pass.  But he's a coward and it's sad.

 

He is a cheater and a coward, goes hand in hand. 

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Funny how all the patriot fans have suddenly gone quiet.  HAHAHAHA Cheaters!

 

Not all of them, there are still some robots around

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Man, Manning must be mad as fk! Imagine him playing with the same advantages as Shady Brady? Manning would've won 12 Superbowls. 

 

At least Manning has a legit ring. 

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Teddy Bruschi on ESPN "I don't think there should be a suspension because I do not accept the report" 

 

LMFAO :rl:  :rl:

 

Another scrub that would never make it in the NFL without cheating. 

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