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#3223544 Deflate-Gate: Patriots Being Investigated For Deflated Footballs

Posted by cgarsmoker on 29 January 2015 - 04:25 PM

Second, as smart as these guys are, I look for the ways they circumvented the rules to come out which will exonerate any rule breaking, even if the outcome was the same.


Then forget about just the punishment, my second as above is respecting a track record of doing things smart. This would be RETARDED. At that point I would lose all respect. You know you are under scrutiny constantly.

Everyone still pissed off, but no rule broken technically and therefore not guilty--

Thats smart just like the crazy formations or running around an endzone to run a clock out. No rule against it.

So thats me-- hate if you want to. I am a Patriot hater-- but a fan of getting over on rules without technically breaking them. Thats the attorney in me.


I guess these comments are my biggest fundamental difference you and I. You think circumventing the rules and finding ways to cheat without getting caught make you smart. I think it makes you an A**hole with no integrity, that can never be trusted, will never be respected, and basically a miserable human being.


#3219565 Deflate-Gate: Patriots Being Investigated For Deflated Footballs

Posted by cgarsmoker on 25 January 2015 - 10:35 AM

Bill Nye The Science Guy says Bill Belichick is full of poo: http://deadsp.in/BlSd7HZ
The Pats are lying.

It's hilarious that these guys can start talking about how the balls got deflated regardless of whether or not it makes sense. Don't let the fact that it scientifically impossible to "rub down" 2 psi of air pressure two hours before a game.

Belichick's new nickname should be "Skinny Black" because he's Ludacris


#3219558 Deflate-Gate: Patriots Being Investigated For Deflated Footballs

Posted by cgarsmoker on 25 January 2015 - 10:12 AM

Actually its coming out more and more that if the minimum allowed pressure of 12.5 is used and its really cold then the preasure goes down to around 10.5-11.

the conlusion will be there was no wrongdoing and all of this has been a stupid conclusion to this witch hunt.

Nice try but that's not true Fanboy.....The temp at game time was around 51 degrees which isn't cold enough for balls to deflate. Plus, oddly enough 0 out of 12 Colts balls deflated due to the weather - yet 11 out of 12 Patriots balls lost 2 psi of pressure.

I included a link to prove you're talking out your anus. Don't come in here with this weak sauce and think it's not going to end up making you look foolish.

http://www.businessi...lategate-2015-1


#3218902 Cam booed courtside at Hawks game...

Posted by cgarsmoker on 24 January 2015 - 11:03 AM

Good. I like it. I don't care of he's a hometown boy, he plays for a rival. Hope he gets booed everywhere he goes in the city, tbh.


and lol @ that one guy who said we'd trade Ryan for Cam, very funny.


Typical Falcons fan..... I can understand why you'd want everyone to boo Cam. Seriously, look at your franchise, it's a joke and no head coach wants to take over that train wreck. What team get rejected by 3-4 coaching applicants? LOL. Why not boo because you have nothing to cheer about right?

You're probably hanging out on the Huddle to pay homage to your reigning back to back NFC South Division winner anyway, so kneel down, pucker up, and kiss the feet of your Champion.


#3218883 Hurney on Pats: Culture of Cheating

Posted by cgarsmoker on 24 January 2015 - 10:41 AM

But it was apparently purposefully ignored.....


You're misreading the title of the article. The "Panthers" that ignored the dangers of steroids are the Panther players not the front office. There is no mention anywhere in that article that the Panther team doctors, training staff, or front office knew they were visiting Dr Short or doing anything illegal.


#3218568 Hurney on Pats: Culture of Cheating

Posted by cgarsmoker on 23 January 2015 - 08:31 PM

I mean, the Panthers just didn't take steroids. They took life-threatening amounts that could have horribly effected their future. Far more harmful, if to no-one but themselves, than a taped practice.


Players that take it upon themselves to take PED's is shameful. It's not something I think any Panther fan is happy to discover and I haven't seen anyone applaud them via the "if you ain't cheating, you ain't trying" nonsense.

Having said that, none of it was sanctioned, approved, or promoted by the coaching staff. That's a huge distinction I thought even the most simple minds could understand but apparently, I'm wrong.


#3218344 A present for the Ladies

Posted by cgarsmoker on 23 January 2015 - 04:44 PM

The last time I announced "a present for the ladies,"

I had proof of my clean medical records in one hand, a gallon size bucket of peanut butter in the other, and a snug fitting European Casual Pouch setting the tone. It didn't go nearly as well as expected.


#3218122 Hurney on Pats: Culture of Cheating

Posted by cgarsmoker on 23 January 2015 - 01:37 PM

It amazes me that our former GM speculates about the possibility of the opposing team cheated against us during the SuperBowl and "so called Panther Fans" run to the Patriots defense like scorned teenage girls defending their man crush. Why not come out of the closet, put on that Pats hoodie with the sleeves cut off, and become a Patriots fan? I'm all for looking at both sides of the story but some of this sh*t is ridiculous.


#3216347 Deflate-Gate: Patriots Being Investigated For Deflated Footballs

Posted by cgarsmoker on 21 January 2015 - 08:39 PM

Right. A video of Phil Simms talking about how the Packers overinflate footballs beyond the legal limit doesn't support any claim. Maybe I have a stroke every time I hear it and pick up different words than you.

My sources for the process to check balls was an article by Peter King and a screenshot of the NFL rulebook posted in this thread. They inspect each ball for inflation 2 hours before the game, then give the balls to the sidelines at game time.

http://mmqb.si.com/2...rew-part-three/

Let me explain it to you. Any team can submit balls to the ref before the game that are over or under inflated. The Packers admit they present balls over inflated because that's how Rogers likes them. The Referee deflates the balls to within the rules and the balls are deemed ready for play. Rogers complained on his radio show that he wished the NFL wouldn't deflated the balls. None of what I just mentioned is not a violation of the rules or considered cheating. Rogers never admitted cheating and the NFL never accused them of cheating because the ball were never altered after being deemed ready for play.

If you have something that indicates the balls were over inflated after the NFL deemed them ready for play, I'd love to see it. If not, then you're drawing a conclusion that isn't based on fact. You can speculate all you want but that doesn't make it true. I have no problem admitting I'm wrong if you can support your claims but I've read your posts and do not draw the same conclusions.


#3216142 Deflate-Gate: Patriots Being Investigated For Deflated Footballs

Posted by cgarsmoker on 21 January 2015 - 06:55 PM

It actually does. Everything went how it is meant to. It's the ref's responsibility to keep track of the balls and their pressure, they found the balls didn't meet specs so they replaced them. That's exactly what the rulebook says.


Actually all it proves is, the Patriots didn't need under inflated balls to beat the Colts. It also shows how stupid it was to pull that crap to begin with because it was entirely unnecessary.

As for subverting the rules to gain an unfair advantage, that case is wide open until the League renders it's decision.


#3215978 Deflate-Gate: Patriots Being Investigated For Deflated Footballs

Posted by cgarsmoker on 21 January 2015 - 04:15 PM

Yes, Rodgers admitted that the Packers overinflate balls beyond the allowed limit. That's cheating.


http://espn.go.com/n...e-air-footballs

I think common sense would indicate the balls are deflated by the refs during pregame inspection, which is precisely what Rogers is complaining about. I see no indication of the Packers altering the PSI of of balls after they are deemed legal for play. How is that cheating? The Pats are accused of tampering with balls after NFL inspection. Thats a pretty big distinction that you seem to overlook.


#3215154 So tell me

Posted by cgarsmoker on 20 January 2015 - 09:36 PM

There are 31 teams I hate.

That's just the way it is.


I have to respect a man that has no problem letting you know where he stands.


#3215129 So tell me

Posted by cgarsmoker on 20 January 2015 - 09:17 PM

I don't dislike you or the Seahawks but since you're here on the Huddle, I feel a little obligated to give you a hard time. It's all in fun so don't mistake it for anything personal. The 12th man poo has been played to death but I'd love to see the Panthers have your teams level of success.


#3215081 WTF Cam !?!?!?!?

Posted by cgarsmoker on 20 January 2015 - 08:41 PM


Spies Like us.....Awesome movie!!


#3213976 Is next season the most important season ever for this franchise?

Posted by cgarsmoker on 19 January 2015 - 09:52 PM

It is the most important season because it is our next season

Learned that in Cliche: 101

As long as we take it one game at a time, we can find a way to win.

I also took Cliche: 101

Side note: I love Cam but he should take Cliche 101 because he has flat fugged up a few cliches in his interviews.