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  • Tired of DeflateGate? Get used to it. It’s moving in, dirtying up your dishes and emptying out your pantry. Oh, and good news: It hasn’t told you when it’s leaving. The NFL’s statement on its investigation into the New England Patriots’ under-flated footballs wasn’t particularly revelatory, but it did hint that the process could take a long time. The NFL has plenty of work... read more...
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  • White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest couldn't resist taking a jab at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady over his responses to questions about "DeflateGate" during a Thursday press conference.“The one thing I can tell you is that for years it’s been clear that there was no risk that I was going to take Tom Brady’s job as quarterback of the New England Patriots, ... read more...
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  • If you guessed that Bill Belichick would make a “My Cousin Vinny” reference at some point while discussing Deflategate, step forward and collect your prize. During his surprise press conference on Saturday, Belichick turned into a science professor and went into detail about air pressure, atmospheric pressure and controlled environments. While it seemed like he...Read More read more...
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  • For a half hour on Saturday, it was hard to tell whether NFL Network was airing an impromptu Bill Belichick press conference or a re-run of Bill Nye the Science Guy. If you have not been following the latest developments of the “... read more...
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  • FOXBORO, Mass. — DeflateGate, as far as Bill Belichick is concerned, is settled. The New England Patriots head coach addressed the media again Saturday to reiterate that his team followed every NFL rule when preparing their footballs. The footballs were never placed in a heated environment during the preparation process. Belichick said that during their preparation process... read more...
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  • Bill Belichick called a press conference on Saturday to explain that he is confident the New England Patriots did nothing wrong with regard to inflating or under-inflating footballs in the AFC Championship Game. Toward the end of his chat with reporters, it became clear that he was defending more than just some silly Deflategate scandal....Read More read more...
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  • Bill Belichick spoke with the media once again today, and what followed was the best press conference I have ever witnessed. Belichick was passionate, he defended his team, and essentially told Roger Goodell: “your move, bro”. Over the last couple of days, Belichick must have been studying his butt off regarding the pressure of footballs, because […] ... read more...
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  • By now, the only ones who haven’t heard about DeflateGate are your 5-year-old kids. Scratch that. Now everyone has heard about DeflateGate. The media frenzy surrounding the NFL’s investigation of the New England Patriots using under-inflated footballs during the AFC Championship Game has ballooned to absurd proportions. How do we know this? Even the children’s show “Sesame... read more...
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  • Bill Belichick and John Harbaugh are two of the most successful head coaches in the NFL right now. Both the Patriots and Ravens have reached the postseason nearly every year in their respective tenures, and the two head coaches have had some epic matchups over the years when their teams have faced off. Belichick is 5-3 in those games, but he and Harbaugh have split the fou... read more...
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  • Yesterday several members of the New England Patriots met with the media to discuss this whole “deflate-gate” business, and focusing on their upcoming date in the Super Bowl. Here is the official transcript: Vince Wilfork Q: What do you make of this deflated football controversy? VW: Nothing. Here we are with the biggest game of […] ... read more...
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  • As any football fan with a brain knows, deflate-gate is ridiculous, and it’s mindblowing how big this issue has become. Every quarterback tampers with the football, and some (Aaron Rodgers) even go as far as saying publicly that he over-inflates his footballs. If this were any other team, this nonsense would be a non-issue. But […] ... read more...
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  • I don’t want to talk about it, but I feel like I should pass along important information regarding “deflate-gate”. The NFL had been quiet on this issue up until yesterday, as they released a statement on the investigation: “Our office has been conducting an investigation as to whether the footballs used in last Sunday’s AFC […] ... read more...
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  • blog.net - By: GregIn the third round the Patriots address thier pass rush need once again and select Jake Bequette DE out of Arkansas. Bequette is the all time sack leader at Arkansas. He was a four year starter for the Razorbacks.  He had 10 sacks last season which lead the SEC and many more pass hurries. Jake had 23.5 sacks and 31 tackles for ... read more...
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  • blog.net - By: GregAhhh thats more like it...the Patriots select Tavon Wilson S Illinois and Billy does what he usually does reach for someone that no one really knows. When the pick was annouced I was asking myself WHO? I study drafts inside and out and have not heard of this guy going anywhere near the top 3 rounds, he was projected as a 7 round pick and 212th ranked prospect.... read more...
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  • blog.net - By: GregThe Patriots select Alfonzo Dennard, CB Nebraska in the seventh round.  Dennard was projected as a 2nd or 3rd round pick but slipped to the seventh round because of character issues. Some had Dennard even projected in mocks as a late first round pick, so the Patriots are getting a real talent here in the seventh. What I am going to do is pretend the Pats ... read more...
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  • blog.net - By: GregLooking for the best Patriots Super Bowl Gear to show your support this weekend? Check out this site for everything Patriots from shot glasses, to jerseys to teeshirts and sweatshirts. I just bought a Patriots beer glass, Patriots Super Bowl tee and a... read more...
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