It’s hard not to root for this guy.
Is it really that surprising that a 7th grader can figure out something that Goodell can’t?
Are you serious? The home markets “failed” these NFL teams? This whole thing is disgusting. NFL teams demand public funds, tax breaks, etc… to get a stadium built and then make billions of dollars without actually benefiting the surrounding areas (despite claims they do.) Part of me feels bad for these areas losing their teams, but part just wants to invite them to join the growing crowd of people who thinks the NFL is a disgrace.
I’m not going to shed a tear at Revis’ decline. Couldn’t happen to a nice guy.
The NFL is such a joke. Of course the these horrible officials are “very good.”
I’m going to continue holding my breath until Gronk’s back on the field.
They’re coming…to our city.
True. A Rex Ryan coached team might actually be able to get a win against a bunch of 10 year old boy scouts.
> “We’re not a great team yet, but we’re improving, and that’s our goal,” Swinney said. “I think we have a chance to be a great team by November.”
The game last night was much, much closer than I would of like. That said, I feel like pre-Dabo Clemson teams would have lost it. Still, it’s tough for me to argue with Pat Fored’s take [that Clemson’s overrated](http://us.rd.yahoo.com/sports/rss/Pat+Forde/SIG=13mkchj2l/*http%3A//sports.yahoo.com/news/clemson–for-now–continues-to-look-overrated-after-beating-louisville-050430408.html).
(On the plus side, have you see Dabo’s victory dance? https://twitter.com/YahooDrSaturday/status/644708012704141312 No wonder people want to play for him.)
Belichick is the best. No wonder Patriots players want to run through a wall for him.
This ceremony was amazing (and well deserved.)
I’m am always *so* surprised when the Steelers whine after losing a game. *So* surprised.
Oh, those silly Redkins. (I can say that, right?)
The NFL upheld the suspension. Goodell is a joke. Robert Kraft finally really came at the league. Blah, blah, blah. I can’t seem to care anymore. This whole story has been ridiculous from the beginning, and now an incompetent commissioner is ruining the name of one of, if not *the*, greatest Quarterbacks of all time. At this point, I don’t feel like linking to any more of this garbage.
Dan Wetzel has a fabulous column on “DeflateGate”:
> One month and Goodell still can’t figure out what to do, which somehow isn’t really all that surprising since if he knew what to do in the first place the entire story would have been snuffed out in a day or so – or however long it took the NFL to figure out it has no idea, let alone any actual proof, that the footballs at the AFC title game were even all that deflated.
> It bears repeating there remains no proof the footballs were even significantly deflated in deflate-gate. For all the curiousness and suspicion from having some Foxborough locker room lackey calling himself “The Deflator” and taking the balls into a bathroom just before kickoff, he may not have even deflated anything. That should have been obvious to the NFL within a day of the AFC championship game. You’d think the league would have started there.
> You can even believe Brady did it, or at least this was extremely suspicious – as I tend to do – and be appalled at a league office that is willing to suspend him for four games with not just little to no evidence that he did anything but little to no evidence that anything even happened.
As he usually does, Wetzel nails it. I recomend [reading the whole thing](http://us.rd.yahoo.com/sports/rss/Dan+Wetzel/SIG=13lc0kggg/*http%3A//sports.yahoo.com/news/roger-goodell-s-handling-of-deflate-gate-has-become-three-ring-circus-063247603.html).
I really hope that Brady sticks to his guns and refuses to accept any suspension at all.
Another example of just how stupid this whole thing is. “Influential owners” don’t want Brady’s suspension changed? Really? I cannot wait for this whole fiasco to be over.
Shocking. I’m shocked.
Roger Goodell is such a disaster. It’s not a surprise that he’s handling things this way.
Of course, there was more outrage about Brady and allegedly “deflated” footballs than a clear case of cheating by Gates.