On Tuesday, commissioner Roger Goodell made it seem as though the NFL had no interest in releasing the data recorded this year on the PSI in footballs.
After looking bad in the public, the NFL’s story is changing. Dean Blandino, the NFL’s vice president of officiating, said on Sirius XM radio that the league has in fact not yet decided what it will do with the data recorded.
“We did spot checks throughout the year, and we measured PSI levels and recorded that information,” Blandino said, per The Boston Globe. “So right now, we’re evaluating the information."
So, first Roger Goodell claims the NFL just did spot checks and there were no violations this season, then this idiot comes out and says that the PSI records they have are being "evaluated."
If you're going to lie, at least have your story straight. I swear, everyone in the commissioners office has their head firmly planted up their own asses. I have no friggin idea who to believe anymore.
If there were no violations, then you release the data and you move on. It's not that complicated. There should be nothing to evaluate.
The reality is, it's more probable that not that most, if not all, of the measurements were consistent with the Ideal Gas Law. And Roger Goodell doesn't want to release them, prove Tom Brady is innocence, and have to eat shit.
For Christ's sake, just release the data along with an apology to Tom Brady and a humble admission that you didn't understand the Ideal Gas Law when you launched the bullshit crusade against Tom Brady and the Patriots. Is that really too much to ask for out of a guy whose job it is to preserve the integrity of the game?
Actually, don't hold your breath. Roger Goodell is an asshole. It ain't going to happen.
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