- — Donté Stallworth (@DonteStallworth)Wed, Jan 21 2015 19:12:57I'm noticing a misconception about the use of NFL footballs. There's a whole system employed before they're ever used in a practice or game.
- — Donté Stallworth (@DonteStallworth)Wed, Jan 21 2015 19:15:30A fresh and new NFL football will never be used in a game. Players strongly dislike even playing catch with them because they're so slick.
- — Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25)Wed, Jan 21 2015 13:21:43I'll say this..Though deflating balls are an advantage balls can't play pass defense or run themselves. Pass D & run Game was too strong!!
- — Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25)Wed, Jan 21 2015 13:22:38Not sure but Pats are pretty much the Best ever!! RT @redbuppy: Do all teams do this kind of stuff, or are the Pats exceptional this way?
- — Dwayne Allen (@Dallen83)Wed, Jan 21 2015 06:55:33
- — Graham Gano (@GrahamGano)Wed, Jan 21 2015 04:52:08(1/4)When checking the game balls, the refs check the psi indoors. This is frustrating bc the ball loses some pressure in cold weather...
- — Graham Gano (@GrahamGano)Wed, Jan 21 2015 04:52:15(2/4)... During our home playoff game this year I asked the official if he could check the psi outside again bc the ball felt flat and he...
- — Graham Gano (@GrahamGano)Wed, Jan 21 2015 04:52:21(3/4)...said he could not. I guess you can't blame the official for that. Rules are rules. Maybe the league will make some changes this...
NFL players react to #deflategate
Take a peek at how athletes have responded to accusations that the New England Patriots used under-inflated balls in the AFC Championship against the Indianapolis Colts.
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