Re: Tom brady
TEAM: The Houston Texans
SUMMARY: In a November 3, 2006 article in the New York Times, former Houston Texans quarterback David Carr, like several other quarterbacks, said Denver was one of the toughest places to play. He said he thought the ball expanded slightly at the altitude and felt slick because of the lower humidity.
Before Houston’s August 27, 2006 preseason game at Denver, as Carr proudly admitted to the reporter, he instructed the Houston ball boys to let a little air out of the Texans' footballs.
Uh oh, good thing Carr is no longer in the league, or I'm sure he'd be looking at a 4-game suspension. I assume, however, that NFL commissioner and former Jets public relations intern Roger Goodell will be fining the Texans $1MM and docking their 1st and 4th round draft picks...waiting...waiting...Roger, you there?
PUNISHED? No but ... it's more probable than not that this was cheating
PUNISHMENT: You can toss out the "more probable than not" BS. Carr admitted to tampering with the footballs and utterly obliterating the integrity of the game. We won't know until Ted Wells' report is finished (waiting...waiting...Teddy? Pick up the phone!) for how long the Texans quarterback employed this heinous practice.
Got this off the site fitness suggested. LOL.
LOL, also funny that the Jets caught breaking the spying rules in 2008 and 2011, tampering in 2014.
Also funny that some of the patriots balls were over-inflated thanks to the refs in that AFC championship game. Perhaps the Patriots paid the refs to over inflate the balls and Brady's numbers were much better in the second half.
I could never be a fanatic, hatred would just cause major blindness. I am so glad to be a casual fan and don't go around calling every team cheaters, why be a hypocrite if I did. I will admit, I stop being a Cowboys fan for a year when they brought in Greg Hardy.
I am such a tree hugger because it gives me wood!