Why isn't this not being talked about?

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Sadly, if Pat fans ever made this a big deal then we look more like the tin foil hat brigade that the rest of the NFL thinks we already are....
 

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Well given that, unlike the Pats, the Colts DEFINITELY tampered with balls during the AFCCCG, maybe the football world has been glaring at the wrong team all summer...
 

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I think that it's obvious that there was, is, and will be in the future a witchhunt (parity) on the Patriots. The NFL doesn't want a team to constantly win every year. The NFL hates this. They want the fans to think that their team also has a chance to win.
 

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Undoubtedly, the Colts got another hot tip from the Ravens.
 

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Why isn't this being talked about?

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Duh,   That was the Colts, not the Patriots. Next question.

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Duh,   That was the Colts, not the Patriots. Next question.

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One clown in another forum actually said "because it's a game ball"

Guess this asstard has never seen a defensive player keep a ball after an interception or fumble recovery...:shrug:
 

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But it's not the ball boy that goes after the ball but a Colts employee (Sean Sullivan the equipment manger) to me thats what makes it odd. Also doesn't the home team supplied the ball attendants? If you notice the ball attendant doesn't have an Indy cap on. He actually ends up with the ball and was carrying 2 balls. It was third and 23 unless they were going for it on fourth that ball wasn't needed. They would be going to the kball. Some have said that it might have been Luck favorite ball yada yada carp. It does seem very odd that this guy who supposedly has nothing to do with game balls during the game, was the one fighting for it. What was he planning on doing with it? Whats the Colts fascination with intercepted footballs? Lastly oddly enough the game temps and weather conditions in Buffalo were pretty similar to the AFC title game.

http://www.colts.com/news/article-1...for-Camp/523b65a6-281c-4c2a-9f3a-030db2e933e7

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But it's not the ball boy that goes after the ball but a Colts employee (Sean Sullivan the equipment manger) to me thats what makes it odd. Also doesn't he home team supplied the ball attendants? If you notice the ball attendant doesn't have an Indy cap on. He actually ends up with the ball and was carrying 2 balls. It was third and 23 unless they were going for it on fourth that ball wasn't needed. They would be going to the kball. Some have said that it might have been Luck favorite ball yada yada carp. It does seem very odd that this guy who supposedly has nothing to do with game balls during the game was fighting for it. What was he planning on doing with it? Whats with the Colts fascination with intercepted footballs? Lastly oddly enough the game temps and weather conditions in Buffalo were pretty similar to the AFC title game.

http://www.colts.com/news/article-1...for-Camp/523b65a6-281c-4c2a-9f3a-030db2e933e7

~Dee~

Maybe these jokers think it's their job to police PSI so he was stabbin' that ball looking to smear the godlike Tyrod Taylor as a cheater alongside Tommy?
 

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Maybe these jokers think it's their job to police PSI so he was stabbin' that ball looking to smear the godlike Tyrod Taylor as a cheater alongside Tommy?

It was the colts ball.

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LOL

Guess I should have been paying attention. OK so maybe they learned how to cheat from ol' Tommy and that ball was next up to be deflated :coffee:

haha, this whole thing is so stupid.

Stupid it is as well as funnyo:)

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LOL

Guess I should have been paying attention. OK so maybe they learned how to cheat from ol' Tommy and that ball was next up to be deflated :coffee:

haha, this whole thing is so stupid.

Little known fact.

The Colts played the AFCCG with balls below 12.5 psi.
 

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Hit my Yahoo news feed today, not much.

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/yahoo...us-of-colts-sideline-personnel-232725387.html

Deflategate has been beaten to death. But the actions of one Colts sideline employee seemed to have resurrected it, at least for Pats fans.


A video has surfaced that shows personnel on the Indy sideline quickly recovering an incomplete Andrew Luck pass against the Bills last weekend. It would seem innocuous enough, but there a number of un-answered questions that Patriots faithful could present.


Why was this person in such a rush to recover an incomplete pass on a third down and long, so early in the game? Why is an unidentified person corralling the ball and not the ball boy, who is clearly marked with an orange vest?


Maybe the Colts believe that their sideline would be the last place the NFL would look for a doctored football. Maybe they were rushing to get the ball back into play for their new “quick punt” formation. Or, most likely, it’s nothing.
 
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