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The full Tom Brady interview

HOUSTON, TX - FEBRUARY 05:  Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots celebrates after defeating the Falcons 34-28 during Super Bowl 51 at NRG Stadium on February 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) Getty Images

You’ll see various clips and snippets of the extended Tom Brady interview throughout these pages over the next day or two (or week . . . or month . . . or year). If you want to hear the entire interview, you can do it right now.

The full video from Tuesday’s PFT Live is attached to this specific post. We covered plenty of topics, and Brady spoke at length on many issues that Patriots fans or fans of football will want to know about.

If you want to know more about the things Brady has going on beyond football, Brady’s website has plenty of information about the TB12 Sports Therapy Center and the TB12 Foundation, which helps young athletes achieve and sustain peak performance.

Thanks again to Brady for getting up at 6:00 a.m. Montana time to call the show. Thanks in advance to you for checking out what the four-time Super Bowl MVP had to say.

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  1. MichaelEdits says: Feb 14, 2017 11:14 AM

    What, him again?

  2. redlikethepig says: Feb 14, 2017 11:17 AM

    FYI. Every Brady article gets the same comments. We all know them by heart.

  3. jchipwood says: Feb 14, 2017 11:18 AM

    Just so everyone knows that visits this site, there are other players in the league other than Tom Brady. Yes most of them don’t cheat and he is the only one that will not get a flag thrown against the whole offense if it’s holding, intentional grounding, or high low block.

    *****Check super bowl for evidence

  4. weepingjebus says: Feb 14, 2017 11:19 AM

    It’s a great interview and PFT did a nice job with it. To summarize:

    “Brady! What is best in life?”
    “To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of Dolphins fans.”
    “That is good!”

  5. imodan says: Feb 14, 2017 11:31 AM

    Can’t get enough of the GOAT. Listen and learn.

  6. ikeclanton says: Feb 14, 2017 11:31 AM

    @jchipwood (and all other aliases)

    “Yes, let’s check that darn Super Bowl for evidence….there’s just gotta be something going on that the millions of other people missed from an untold amount of camera angles and replays!!!

    Wow.

    We will enjoy watching it yet again if you’d like.

    Spoiler Alert: you won’t.

  7. jimmylikesthat says: Feb 14, 2017 11:33 AM

    The bitterness of a dolphins fan….just sad, so very sad. No one makes off handed comments on the fish because they are not relevant and no one cares

  8. stillabengalsfan says: Feb 14, 2017 11:33 AM

    I’ve hated on the guy for the last 15 years. I’m done. He’s the best ever, end of story.

  9. pastabelly says: Feb 14, 2017 11:39 AM

    jchipwood says:
    Feb 14, 2017 11:18 AM
    Just so everyone knows that visits this site, there are other players in the league other than Tom Brady. Yes most of them don’t cheat and he is the only one that will not get a flag thrown against the whole offense if it’s holding, intentional grounding, or high low block.

    *****Check super bowl for evidence
    ========================================
    Roger That!

  10. factschecker says: Feb 14, 2017 11:40 AM

    *****Check super bowl for evidence
    ———
    Cheer up kid. The Easter Bunny should be hippy hoppin right down your lane pretty soon. It’s basketball season.

    Go Hickory!

  11. geronimojr19 says: Feb 14, 2017 11:41 AM

    ****

  12. imodan says: Feb 14, 2017 11:48 AM

    jchipwood says:
    Feb 14, 2017 11:18 AM
    Just so everyone knows that visits this site, there are other players in the league other than Tom Brady.
    ———————————————————————-
    True, but there’s no one close as successful both on and off the field. Just once I wish the usual haters would bite the bullet and swallow their pride. What Tom and his teammates did in SB51 was AMAZING. It’s okay to accept that. It may actually be the beginning of the cure for irrational obsessions.

  13. futures44 says: Feb 14, 2017 11:49 AM

    Soon Jimmy G will be gone for at least a first round pick. Once again, Patriot hating Dilfer is wrong. Can you imagine the Super Bowl Champs with 2 first round picks this year. Even Roger Goodell and 9 loser Owners, who have tried to keep the patriots down can’t figure it out. It’s called karma. Nothing better than seeing the face of Arthur Blank one of 9 owners who told Kraft, we don’t care if balls were deflated or not. None of the owners are going to support you. Take the punishment. From a guy who actually cheated pumping in crowd noise. Greatest Dynasty ever!!!

  14. maust1013 says: Feb 14, 2017 11:56 AM

    jchipwood says:
    Feb 14, 2017 11:18 AM
    (in best Jan Brady voice)

    BRADY, BRADY, BRADY!!!

  15. doritodink14 says: Feb 14, 2017 12:01 PM

    geronimojr19 says:
    Feb 14, 2017 11:41 AM
    ****
    ———————
    So, according to you, what was the superbowl without an asterisk??? 🙂

  16. 6ball says: Feb 14, 2017 12:03 PM

    .
    Patriots fans should show a morsel of sympathy for the chipster. Whereas, the Patriots season begins with the playoffs, the Dolphins season ends on Labor Day.
    .

  17. drparks says: Feb 14, 2017 12:04 PM

    great interview! Thanks PFT!

  18. 6ball says: Feb 14, 2017 12:16 PM

    .
    @gloryfromheaven46

    UNCLOSETED…… BRONCOS FAN

    Patriots Nation regrets that Denver finished third in a four team AFC West. However, badmouthing the Patriots will not prevent the Chiefs and Raiders from keeping you there. Get used to missing the playoffs. You’re closer to Jacksonville than New England.
    .

  19. Nofoolnodrool says: Feb 14, 2017 12:18 PM

    That’s great if you like Tammy, but most of us don’t. Is there a mute feature?

  20. 700levelvet says: Feb 14, 2017 12:25 PM

    I got no problem with Brady… Really, he’s damn good, it’s just their douce bag fans, with this enormous chip on their shoulder… Give it a rest nancy

  21. biggs13 says: Feb 14, 2017 1:31 PM

    GO AWAY BRADY

  22. tylawspick6 says: Feb 14, 2017 1:45 PM

    GO AWAY BRADY

    ————

    Brady avoids the limelight like the plague.

    How do you feel about Gomer’s HGH head on your head on a daily basis being greedy pimping insurance or bad pizza?

  23. tedy54 says: Feb 14, 2017 1:56 PM

    Oh yeah, there IS actually a mute button.

  24. luckyforus says: Feb 14, 2017 2:06 PM

    I’m not a Brady hater. I think he’s one of the best QB’s ever.

    However he cheated and lied. Did you ask Brady why he lied about knowing McNally and his game day responsibilities? McNally and Jastremski both told Wells that Brady knew McNally and his game day role. Brady said he only knew McNally by face and didn’t know his role. So why did Brady lie under oath about this?

    And no the IGL doesn’t prove footballs weren’t deflated by humans. How do you measure IGL when the football field isn’t a controlled environment lab? The footballs weren’t just sitting in 58 degrees weather the entire half.

  25. truthprofessor says: Feb 14, 2017 2:40 PM

    luckyforus: Brady didn’t lie. He didn’t know McNally by name but had heard him called by his nickname “Bird”, which Brady thought was instead “Bert”. Keep in mind, this is a guy who worked only 8 days a year, not a permanent employee.

    regarding the science… wow… You are so badly misinformed that it’s hard to know where to start, and I am a chemistry professor. Maybe a kid can loan you an 8th grade science textbook?

  26. davew128 says: Feb 14, 2017 3:07 PM

    truthprofessor says:
    Feb 14, 2017 2:40 PM
    luckyforus: Brady didn’t lie. He didn’t know McNally by name but had heard him called by his nickname “Bird”, which Brady thought was instead “Bert”. Keep in mind, this is a guy who worked only 8 days a year, not a permanent employee.
    ******************************
    Minor correction. He worked 10-12 days a year depending on how many home playoff games the team has.

  27. biggs13 says: Feb 14, 2017 3:08 PM

    Claim:
    “Brady avoids the limelight like the plague.”

    Fact:
    At $7 million, Brady is almost at the very top in terms of NFL players’ off-field earnings. His endorsements include Movado, Under Armour and Ugg.

  28. justintuckrule says: Feb 14, 2017 3:30 PM

    Not a troll comment but the only questions I’d ask him would be about the losses to the Giants. He’s won everything else conceivable. He’s the greatest player ever. Won the most SBs. Has the MVPs. The hot wife and the enchanted life. I want to know about his disappointments and what he’d give to change them.

    I know the usual suspects will be overly sensitive and defensive coming back to me with “luck,” “we’ve won 2 SBs since the last time you won a playoff game,” “the defense won,” yada yada yada but if you’re able to put that irrelevant stuff aside, wouldn’t you want to know some of the following:

    1) Do you want another crack at Eli?
    2) Is the fact that you haven’t beaten the Giants keeping you going at all?
    3) Would you trade all of your MVPs for a win against them?
    4) Does it keep you up at night that not beating the Giants is your only real blemish (admittedly trivial in the grand scheme of his incredible accomplishments)

    Again, Pats fans, I’m not trolling. I root for NE as my #2. I’d just like an interview to dig into uncomfortable territory for once.

  29. luckyforus says: Feb 14, 2017 3:52 PM

    luckyforus: Brady didn’t lie. He didn’t know McNally by name but had heard him called by his nickname “Bird”, which Brady thought was instead “Bert”. Keep in mind, this is a guy who worked only 8 days a year, not a permanent employee.

    regarding the science… wow… You are so badly misinformed that it’s hard to know where to start, and I am a chemistry professor. Maybe a kid can loan you an 8th grade science textbook?

    ===============================

    If Brady knew McNally by the nickname Bird or Bert why did Brady only say he knew McNally by face. And why did Brady say he didn’t know McNallys game day responsibilities. Both McNally and Jastremski both said Brady knows McNally and his role.

    True he is a part time employee but he had an important role and he wirked for the team over 30 years. Plus the texts indicated Brady knew McNally’s role.

    As far the IGL please explain if you are so smart.

  30. sxk129 says: Feb 14, 2017 5:10 PM

    luckyforus says:
    Feb 14, 2017 3:52 PM
    luckyforus: Brady didn’t lie. He didn’t know McNally by name but had heard him called by his nickname “Bird”, which Brady thought was instead “Bert”. Keep in mind, this is a guy who worked only 8 days a year, not a permanent employee.

    regarding the science… wow… You are so badly misinformed that it’s hard to know where to start, and I am a chemistry professor. Maybe a kid can loan you an 8th grade science textbook?

    ===============================

    If Brady knew McNally by the nickname Bird or Bert why did Brady only say he knew McNally by face. And why did Brady say he didn’t know McNallys game day responsibilities. Both McNally and Jastremski both said Brady knows McNally and his role.

    =======================================

    1. Brady knew McNally by face only, Thought his name was “Burt”. Didn’t know his name was McNally.
    2. Brady knew “Burt”‘s game day responsibility. He didn’t know “McNally”‘s responsibility because he didn’t know that “McNally” and “Burt” were the same person.
    3. If any loss in pressure in the balls is explained by natural conditions (cf. loss in pressure in Steeler’s balls) everything else becomes irrelevant.

  31. dolfinsneedsuh14 says: Feb 14, 2017 5:20 PM

    I’m not smart and I understand the ideal gas law. 12.5 PSI in a room of 70 degrees will not be the same PSI in a “room” (football field ) that is 50 degrees.

    If you take those balls and test the PSI you should not expect them to remain at 12.5 and if they are NOT at 12.5 the only plausible answer is NOT that is was caused by an individual letting said PSI out.

    But if you cant comprehend that, I doubt you’ll understand the mathematical formula behind it and the countless professors across the country who say the Pats did nothing wrong based on science

    Simple google search of professors deflategate will get you there. Doubt you’ll be open minded

  32. luckyforus says: Feb 14, 2017 5:22 PM

    1. Brady knew McNally by face only, Thought his name was “Burt”. Didn’t know his name was McNally.
    2. Brady knew “Burt”‘s game day responsibility. He didn’t know “McNally”‘s responsibility because he didn’t know that “McNally” and “Burt” were the same person.
    3. If any loss in pressure in the balls is explained by natural conditions (cf. loss in pressure in Steeler’s balls) everything else becomes irrelevant.

    =============================

    1. When Brady was interviewed by Wells it was months after the game and everyone in American knew McNally’s real name. Brady if he didn’t know his real name before the game he certainly knew it after the game. Plus when Brady testified before Goodell months later he never mentioned McNally’s nickname and continued to say he only knew his face. That’s clearly a lie.

    2. Again when Brady interviewed with Wells and testified before Goodell he knew McNally’s real name and therefore knew his game day role but again denied it. Another lie.

    3. If you don’t know the temperature the balls were exposed to you can’t calculate the affect on the psi. Only Wells recreated the game day environment to estimate the psi.

    Poor try to deflect the truth. Fact: Brady cheated and lied.

  33. truthprofessor says: Feb 14, 2017 5:38 PM

    luckyforus,

    Brady was asked if he knew who Jim McNally was. He said no. Then he was shown a picture and said “yeah, that guy takes the footballs to the field and I think people call him Bert”. that’s how you don’t know somebody by name but you do know by face and by a nickname. This isn’t hard.


    “As far the IGL please explain if you are so smart.”

    The ideal gas law says that, for a gas-filled object of a constant volume, a football for example, absolute pressure drops in proportion to absolute temperature.

    Today is valentine’s day. If you buy your sweetie a helium balloon in a warm store then take it outside where it is 30 degrees, suddenly it LOOKS deflated. But Tom Brady did NOT take any helium out of it! The helium cooled down and cooled gas takes up less space! Put the balloon in the warm car and it will firm up again.

    Back to footballs in the cold…Practically speaking, a 20 degree temperature drop means about a 1 psi pressure drop.

    From the time the balls were inspected until halftime, there was ABOUT a 25 degree temperature drop. You’d expect a 1-1.2 psi pressure drop, on average.

    What was measured? 1.0 psi pressure drop with one gauge, the one that the ref remembers having used pregame (in the range of what you’d expect), 1.4 psi pressure drop with the a different gauge, 1.2 psi drop average for both gauges (also in the range of what you’d expect).

    These are gauges that also have a large degree of error in reading them. We know this since the football that the Colts intercepted was tested three times by the same person with the same gauge, and the readings were 11.35, 11.45, and 11.75 psi. A difference of 0.4 psi, with no air taken out!

    So the problem is, the NFL is trying to prove if the Patriots took somewhere between zero and 0.2 psi of air out of the footballs, relying on gauges that give you values differing by 0.4 psi.

    That’s like trying to determine if you lost 0.1 pounds or not by standing twice on your bathroom scale, a 10 year old scale with an analog dial.

    The NFL ignores the gauge accuracy problem, ignores the fact that the ref remembers using the gauge that exonerates the Patriots, ignores for 3 months letting people know that the “2 psi drop in 11 if 12 balls” story was a blatant lie, ignores the very existence of the ideal gas law, lies about Brady’s testimony, lies about the basic science, and hopes that idiots like you simply do not notice.

    Is ANY of this sinking in?

    We have gone over this 100 times, at a 3rd grade level.

  34. joko12blog says: Feb 14, 2017 5:41 PM

    Brady is the GOAT and classiest guy to ever play the game – end of story

  35. truthprofessor says: Feb 14, 2017 5:57 PM

    luckyforus, go to youtube and search for the video “Balloon in the cold” and you might understand the IGL. Hint: Tom Brady is not affecting the balloon in any way!

  36. YouCryin?PatsMustBeDoingTheirJob says: Feb 14, 2017 6:15 PM

    Patriots are again world champs after rolling miami and pitsburg, twice each………… Best. Of. Times.

  37. ikeclanton says: Feb 14, 2017 6:53 PM

    @luckyforus

    Just another example of when someone here types “Fact”, to jam what they wish to be true down everyone’s throats– it almost never is.

    The truth is, no one has evidence that Brady did anything deserving of punishment at all. The NFL forced that upon him to placate the owners who are sick of the Patriots, and that’s the closest crap that they could pretend was real.

    Brady will never get over it because it was a bogus rap. If it motivated him further, then you tell me if the proof is in the pudding.

  38. luckyforus says: Feb 14, 2017 7:13 PM

    Truthprofessor,

    You’re not telling the truth and you don’t seem to be so smart for a professor.

    There is no mention of showing Brady a picture in the Wells report or the Goodell transcripts. Brady was adamant he only knew McNally by face and didn’t know his game day role. If Brady knew him by nickname why didn’t he tell Wells or Brady?

    My point about the expected psi levels from taking balls from a warmer environment to a colder environment is the balls weren’t necessarily exposed to the same colder temp on a consistent basis. For example. They were in a bag in the locker room. What temp was in the bag? Then when they were taken to the field some balls remained in the bag, some were kept warm and dry by towels, some were being used, etc. so you can’t assume the balks were exposed to a consistent 58 degrees.

    If I took that helium balloon that I bought for my sweetie then stuck in in a bag and took it outside and then warmed it with a towel. Could you determine how much the balloon would deflate based only upon the temp in the store and the temp outside.

    Wells tried to recreate the environment but no one else did.

    I guess I’m not as smart as a 3rd grader.

  39. factpurveyor says: Feb 14, 2017 7:22 PM

    truthprofessor says:
    Feb 14, 2017 2:40 PM

    luckyforus: Brady didn’t lie. He didn’t know McNally by name but had heard him called by his nickname “Bird”, which Brady thought was instead “Bert”. Keep in mind, this is a guy who worked only 8 days a year, not a permanent employee.
    ——————————————————-

    regarding the science… wow… You are so badly misinformed that it’s hard to know where to start, and I am a chemistry professor. Maybe a kid can loan you an 8th grade science textbook?

    ——————————————————-
    There’s more….

    Scientists from universities all over the USA stated that the weather explained the deflation.

    If you don’t want to read the science book… you can search for a video online and watch the PSI drop in footballs when they are moved to where it is cold. The PSI numbers then go back up when the footballs are put back where it’s warmer. Search for “DEFLATE GATE & WHY SCIENCE SAYS THE PATRIOTS DID NOT TAMPER WITH FOOTBALLS”

    You should also know that the NFL intentionally neglected to release the PSI numbers that were collected during the 2015 and 2016 seasons.

    Presumably because the PSI numbers would show everyone that footballs deflate in all cold weather games. That evidence would further expose the NFL for lying and framing Brady.

  40. factpurveyor says: Feb 14, 2017 7:25 PM

    luckyforus says:
    Feb 14, 2017 7:13 PM

    Wells tried to recreate the environment but no one else did.
    I guess I’m not as smart as a 3rd grader.
    ————————————————————

    You can search for a video online and watch the PSI drop in footballs when they are moved to where it is cold. The PSI numbers then go back up when the footballs are put back where it’s warmer. Search for “DEFLATE GATE & WHY SCIENCE SAYS THE PATRIOTS DID NOT TAMPER WITH FOOTBALLS”

  41. luckyforus says: Feb 14, 2017 7:26 PM

    @ikeclanton

    Tell me why Brady said he only knew McNally by face and didn’t know his game day role. This was contradicted by both McNally and Jastremski.

    Answer that question. Don’t deflect. I just want to know why Brady would lie to Wells and Goodell.

  42. factpurveyor says: Feb 14, 2017 7:31 PM

    Lucky for us consider this….

    Mark Twain said: “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.”
    So the NFL was able to get many biased people to believe that Tom Brady was generally aware that Patriots footballs were being deflated. Now none of the following facts can ever convince the willful science denying dupes that they were fooled by Roger Goodell…
    • People living in places that experience cold weather have to add air to their car tires when the temperature drops for the cold season.
    • Anyone that has ever used a microwave has experienced sealed bags of food inflating when they get warm.
    • Anyone that has ever used leather golf or batting gloves has watched them shrink when the leather dries. Which means that they get bigger when they are wet. Footballs are also made of leather.
    • Scientists indicating that the weather explains the deflation. At least 21 scientists were part of a brief submitted to the court.
    • Video evidence where you can watch the Ideal Gas Law crush a soda can, even though the NFL convinced people to deny the existence of the IGL. Try searching the popular online video site for: “The Ideal Gas Law: Crash Course Chemistry #12” (Crash Course). Then watch as science crushes a soda can at 6:15 in the video.
    • Video evidence posted online showing footballs deflating for the cold and then re-inflating when put back where it’s warm. Search for: “Deflate Gate & Why Science Says The Patriots Did Not Tamper With Footballs”. (Then see the science that the NFL convinced many to deny).
    • Engineers have to add expansion joints to bridges so that they can expand and contract from temperature changes. But tiny footballs are not affected by weather according to Roger Goodell.
    • Video evidence posted online showing a metal ball that can pass through a metal ring and then not fit after being heated over a flame. Search for “Heat – Ball & Ring Experiment”
    • It was reported that the Colts footballs were also deflated on January 18, 2015. Even after being allowed to warm up indoors while the Patriots footballs were all measured twice.
    • The Steelers footballs being reported to have deflated from the cold weather on December 5th 2016 in a game against the Giants.
    • The NFL hiding the evidence consisting of the PSI measurements that were obtained in both the 2015 and 2016 NFL seasons.
    • A PHD from MIT (not a Pats fan) posted a video online: “TAKING THE MEASURE OF DEFLATEGATE” presents tons of information and analysis.

  43. luckyforus says: Feb 14, 2017 7:54 PM

    @factpurveyor

    I know how weather affects psi. That’s not my argument.

    One last time.

    1. How do you determine the affect of the the psi of a football that starts at 12.5 psi and is then placed in a bag inside for awhile then taken outside and exposed to different environmental conditions? You can’t assume the temp remained constant at 58 degrees. And what was the temp in the bag.
    2. Why did Brady say only knew McNally by face and didn’t know his game day responsibilities?

  44. factpurveyor says: Feb 14, 2017 8:02 PM

    luckyforus says:
    Feb 14, 2017 7:13 PM

    Truthprofessor,
    You’re not telling the truth and you don’t seem to be so smart for a professor.
    ————————————————————–
    Except he is telling the truth and he does appear to be intelligent.

    The Colts footballs were also found to be deflated on January 18, 2015. The PSI in the Colts footballs was not as low as the PSI in the Patriots footballs. That comparison is what led the NFL to incorrectly assume that someone let air out of the Patriots footballs. The NFL assumed the discrepancy was due to cheating and the NFL was wrong. A few problems with the NFL comparing the PSI drops in the Colts footballs to those of the Patriots:

    • The NFL didn’t consider the fact that the 4 Colts footballs were allowed to warm up indoors while the 11 Patriots footballs were being measured twice.
    • The NFL didn’t consider the fact that the footballs belonging to the 2 teams were treated differently during the game. The Colts footballs were being kept dry in a bag for much of the 1st half while the Patriots footballs were getting rained on.
    • The 4 Colts footballs that were measured may have been the driest of the 12 Colts footballs. Human nature would likely lead a person to select a dry football over a wet football. Evaporative cooling makes things that are wet get colder. This would make a more significant drop in PSI.
    • It is also known that when leather gets wet it can stretch. Tests have shown that leather footballs can increase in volume up to 3%. This means that the same amount of air is now held in a larger container. That’s another way for PSI to drop in addition to the drop from the lower temperature.
    • The NFL didn’t consider the fact that the Colts were the visiting team. This means that their footballs were outside prior to being measured prior to the game. This means that they would have been colder and would not drop in temperature as much and lose as much PSI.

    So without considering any of these differences and without understanding the IGL and with a conclusion already made the NFL went after the Patriots using the media as a weapon. Broadcasting red herrings about a text message and a replaced telephone to distract people from the fact that nobody let any air out of footballs.

    Once the NFL realized that they were wrong they doubled down on stupid and abused the court system and spun the story through the media. The NFL is now committed to the farce and is keeping the PSI information secret that they collected during the 2015 season because it shows what those that understand science already know. Footballs always lose PSI when taken outdoors on cold days.

  45. factpurveyor says: Feb 14, 2017 8:10 PM

    luckyforus says:
    Feb 14, 2017 7:54 PM
    @factpurveyor
    I know how weather affects psi. That’s not my argument.
    One last time.
    1. How do you determine the affect of the the psi of a football that starts at 12.5 psi and is then placed in a bag inside for awhile then taken outside and exposed to different environmental conditions? You can’t assume the temp remained constant at 58 degrees. And what was the temp in the bag.
    2. Why did Brady say only knew McNally by face and didn’t know his game day responsibilities?
    ————————————————————-
    The PSI information that was collected during the 2015 season would be a great source to see how the cold and rain affects the PSI in footballs during actual NFL games.

    But as we all know, the NFL has decided to keep that PSI information secret because it exonerates Tom Brady.

    The NFL wants Parity and they wanted to take away draft picks and make Tom Brady miss 25% of the 2016 season to give the other teams a chance to win a participation trophy.

    The NFL wants parity because they make more money when fans of many teams believe that their team can win. Selling more NFL licensed merchandise and having more people watching games. More television and ad revenue.

  46. factpurveyor says: Feb 14, 2017 8:21 PM

    luckyforus says:
    Feb 14, 2017 7:54 PM

    1. How do you determine the affect of the the psi of a football that starts at 12.5 psi and is then placed in a bag inside for awhile then taken outside and exposed to different environmental conditions? You can’t assume the temp remained constant at 58 degrees. And what was the temp in the bag.
    2. Why did Brady say only knew McNally by face and didn’t know his game day

    ————————————————————–
    Better questions:

    • How do you confiscate 1 million dollars?
    • Publically humiliate a player?
    • Force a player to miss 25% of a season and the pay?
    • Take away 2 draft picks from a team?

    After considering the following:

    • You had no starting temperature measurements for the footballs.
    • You allowed one teams footballs to warm up indoors before measuring them and using them as the control group.
    • The control group was only 4 footballs.
    • The footballs were treated differently before the game. One team was the visiting team.
    • The footballs were treated differently during the game. One team dominated the time of possession.

  47. luckyforus says: Feb 14, 2017 8:26 PM

    @factpurveyor

    You didn’t answer my 2 questions.

    You made a lot of assumptions on the Colts balls.

    How come the 10th of 11 Patriots balls tested the lowest psi on both gauges? And the 11th/ 11 balls was at a lower psi. Wouldn’t you expect the warmer locker room would cause the last 2 footballs to test at a higher psi.

    And what about a Brady being contradicted about McNally.

    You’re also saying the NFL colluded with multiple people to frame Brady. I don’t think that’s plausible.

  48. luckyforus says: Feb 14, 2017 8:32 PM

    @factpurveyor

    Exponent tried to recreate the environmental conditions. Wells said it was the totality of the evidence. The texts, the lack of cooperation, McNally and the rest room, Brady lying, destruction of phone, etc. Wells said if it was only the science he may have had a different conclusion.

    Brady if he was innocent has to be the unluckiest person to have all this circumstantial evidence against.

  49. factpurveyor says: Feb 14, 2017 8:37 PM

    luckyforus says:
    Feb 14, 2017 8:26 PM

    @factpurveyor

    You didn’t answer my 2 questions.

    You made a lot of assumptions on the Colts balls.

    How come the 10th of 11 Patriots balls tested the lowest psi on both gauges? And the 11th/ 11 balls was at a lower psi. Wouldn’t you expect the warmer locker room would cause the last 2 footballs to test at a higher psi.

    ANSWER: THEY PROBABY MEASURED THE SOGGY WET ONE LAST COOL OFF SLOWER WHEN WET.
    YOU WANT TO CONVICT ON ONE MEASUREMENT?

    And what about a Brady being contradicted about McNally.
    ANSWER: WHAT ABOU THE 56 DOCUMENTED NFL DEFLATEGATE LIES?

    You’re also saying the NFL colluded with multiple people to frame Brady. I don’t think that’s plausible.
    ANSWER: NFL STILL HIDING PSI DATA FROM 2015

  50. factpurveyor says: Feb 14, 2017 8:40 PM

    @luckyforus

    Who paid Exponent?

    Free video posted online by a Steeler’s fan:
    “DEFLATE GATE & WHY SCIENCE SAYS THE PATRIOTS DID NOT TAMPER WITH FOOTBALLS”

  51. factpurveyor says: Feb 14, 2017 8:44 PM

    luckyforus says:
    Feb 14, 2017 8:32 PM

    destruction of phone,

    ——————————

    The NFL decided to use the national media to dupe everyone with the “Brady destroyed his phone” headlines. Marketing a sensational headline instead of facts.

    • The phone is private property and he can afford to replace it.
    • The NFL already had printed paper logs from phone.
    • The NFL already had the 2 team owned phones. Which means that they already had every text message that Brady would have sent or received.
    • The NFL told Brady they didn’t need his phone but later used the media to dupe everyone with the “destroyed phone” headlines

  52. trajan2448 says: Feb 14, 2017 9:28 PM

    Lucky for us is a moron.
    Judge Berman in NY, who btw is a lot smarter than you, looked at ALL THE MATERIAL presented by the league and told the NFL in open court You have no evidence! He also excoriated Goodell several times for inconsistencies between the Wells Report, the conclusions derived. And statements the NFL made to the media. Clearly you are too stupid to understand all this.

  53. luckyforus says: Feb 14, 2017 9:43 PM

    @factpurveyor

    Destruction of phone.

    Wells never asked for possession of Brady’s phone. He asked Brady’s Atty to search it for certain keywords like psi, deflation, ball prep etc. seems like a reasonable request. Brady destroyed it because his atty told him he didn’t need to provide anything.

    You keep deflecting my questions by your theory that the NFL framed Brady. If Brady was innocent then why didn’t he provide the info from the phone? Why did Brady lie about McNally.? Why didn’t the Patriots allow a 2nd interview with McNally? Wells offered to meet McNally at any place anytime. That’s reasonable. Sounds like a coverup by the Patriots.

  54. gimmeabruschi says: Feb 15, 2017 8:38 PM

    Brady must like you a lot for sticking up for him regarding deflategate, and just being honest about it. And Pats Nation thanks you for being fair in a sea of bias.

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