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I love the “more probable than not” terminology. Instead of saying it’s “our belief given the evidence” or “very likely given the evidence”, they take the “more probable than not” standpoint. Which gives the commissioner / league incredible flexibility to justify NOT handing down significant penalties.

Guys on NFL Network have been saying there are text messages referenced (from WELL BEFORE the AFC title game) where one of the equipment guys refers to himself as “The Deflater”.. and also mentions Tom Brady “riding him hard” about an issue (that issue?).

The wording is the key. If the NFL was going to come down hard on Brady or the Patriots, the wording would have been something like this: “The evidence is credible that Tom Brady was not only aware of the purposeful deflation of footballs, but was actually involved in the instruction to purposefully deflate them. This is an egregious action that violates the rules regarding the equipment used in the game.” Instead the wording was “it is more probable than not that Brady was aware of the situation.” Tells you all you need to know about any punishment that will be handed down. It’s all been worded so that a slap on the hand to Brady is what will happen.

LOL. Save for a brain freeze on the part of the Hawks coaching staff, the last image everyone would have had of him would have been that hang dog look with around 1:30 left on the clock, that screamed: “OH NO. HERE WE GO AGAIN”.

Yeah, I know. Coulda/shoulda/woulda. He was well on his way to racking up another choke job loss “on the word’s biggest stage”. Again. One time it was Lee Evans who bailed him out. Last night it was Pete Carroll. He’s a cry baby lightweight. On the world’s biggest stage.

Hi folks. I see some good discussion on this, but I am shocked by the media’s inability to read and report a simple 20 page executive summary. I created a Cliff Notes version of this I think you might find interesting on RSR. I can’t seem to put in a link here for some reason, so I’ll ask you to google “Filmstudy deflategate suffix”. Anyway, a few highlights:

1. The language “more probable than not” is intended to meet the evidenciary requirement. The case presented is orders of magnitude more strong

2. The report fingers both the Pats and Brady for obstructing the investigation. Since you had to ready the last 3 paragraphs of the executive summary to get that information, that was totally missed by the national media on the first day.

3. My supposition of the actual events is at the bottom of the article in the comments. Basically, Belichick had gone to some trouble to create an to the limits of the rules advantage, but Brady was unhappy, because circumstances did not always allow for the balls to have the reduced pressure he liked. Brady then initiated the less subtle “needle in the bathroom” method via the employment of the 2 locker room goodns (Jastremski and McNally) as a backup plan to make sure the balls that reached the field were always at his low desired PSI level.

Regarding punishment, this is going to be very severe. My reasoning requires significant explanation, but basically crimes against the game are always penalized much more severely than crimes against other humans off the field. So basically, domestic violence cases have no bearing on the punishment to be applied here. Don’t believe I’m right? My witnesses,
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Hi folks. I see some good discussion on this, but I am shocked by the media’s inability to read and report a simple 20 page executive summary. I created a Cliff Notes version of this I think you might find interesting on RSR. I can’t seem to put in a link here for some reason, so I’ll ask you to google “Filmstudy deflategate suffix”. Anyway, a few highlights:

1. The language “more probable than not” is intended to meet the evidenciary requirement. The case presented is orders of magnitude more strong

2. The report fingers both the Pats and Brady for obstructing the investigation. Since you had to ready the last 3 paragraphs of the executive summary to get that information, that was totally missed by the national media on the first day.

3. My supposition of the actual events is at the bottom of the article in the comments. Basically, Belichick had gone to some trouble to create an to the limits of the rules advantage, but Brady was unhappy, because circumstances did not always allow for the balls to have the reduced pressure he liked. Brady then initiated the less subtle “needle in the bathroom” method via the employment of the 2 locker room goodns (Jastremski and McNally) as a backup plan to make sure the balls that reached the field were always at his low desired PSI level.

Regarding punishment, this is going to be very severe. My reasoning requires significant explanation, but basically crimes against the game are always penalized much more severely than crimes against other humans off the field. So basically, domestic violence cases have no bearing on the punishment to be applied here. Don’t believe I’m right? My witnesses, living and dead, include:

OK. But personally, I don’t see how Belichick’s situation is all that different than Sean Payton’s situation. HE wasn’t found to have been involved, and he wasn’t even found to have known what was going on. But he still got a year’s suspension. And Brady’s cheating and bold faced lying and refusing to cooperate in the investigation could easily be seen as more detrimental to the NFL than what the Saints did with Bountygate.

Also, when a player has multiple offenses the punishment increases accordingly. How many times does the Pats organization have to get caught cheating or bending the rules before the hammer really comes down hard?
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