Forget DeflateGate: “We’re On To Seattle.”

I just don’t understand. This whole “DeflateGate” thing is in the way of my Patriots fandom and super bowl focus. There are so many possibilities though. Robert Kraft complained to the NFL. A ball boy could be the culprit, as mentioned as caught on camera today. But I think Belichick’s right. Nobody on the entire Patriots ball club I think has lied. I trust in Belichick, and Brady I just didn’t think had any idea what happened. I think the Pats rubbed the balls making their pressure increase and they naturally had it be back down below after referee testing two hours prior to the game. Why didn’t the Colts get caught? Don’t know. Maybe they overinflated it for Luck’s feel. People just get used to inflating the balls the way the starting quarterback likes it, his preference. So, do not, N-O-T penalize the New England Patriots. Just prevent future incidents by tweaking the rules next year, so that nobody can rub the balls, and no more ball inflation cheating. Forget this, Denver cheated in both the 1997 and 1998 super bowls. DeflateGate is done and thankfully speaking of the super bowl, the Pats went to Arizona today just dodging a two foot blizzard heading for New England. Let’s just get our fandom on and focus on Sunday Night’s big game. Get some snacks and drinks, and get ready for Super Bowl 49, the 50th of these being next season. Who knows, Seattle could be tweaking their balls too. Forget DeflateGate, even though we under inflated a football ourselves at our cousin’s house that has a generator, as we stay there during the storm for safety. So, as Bill Belichick said, “We’re on to Seattle.”

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