How should the NFL punish Tom Brady for his role in Deflategate?

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  • Sam Berte - 8 years ago

    I believe that Roger Goodell should be suspended for being a fraud

  • Jackie - 8 years ago

    He cheated and he lied he should be fined. Money and games. And take away his Super Bowl MVP.

  • Doug - 8 years ago

    if you ain't cheating you aren't trying. Prove it was him before you convict him. Isn't that as American we are guaranteed

  • David - 8 years ago

    Someone should not be punished for something when he/or has not been proven to be guilty. People can guess and assume all day but in the end, it should be about what can one prove. Over 200 pages of speculation and "probables", is still just opinion and not fact. I'm probably a Patriots fan because I'm for Brady on this one, but no, I am not a Patriots nor Brady fan. My loyalty is Cowboy Nation. Brady denied he cheated and just because the media and a defense attorney said he probably did have some general knowledge about someone else breaking rules does not make Brady a liar. Brady, his agent, his attorney(s) and the players union will destroy this report and the "destroy Brady" media if he is to be suspended. Again, I am not a Brady fan from a sports team standpoint. I am however, a fan of his greatness and what he do for charity. I do believe he knew about balls being flatter but what does it matter? That is something I can't prove. If I could prove it, so what. It's a damn football. It's not PED's to make him stronger, run faster and have extra aggression and decide to hit a woman or abuse his 4 year old child. It was his intellect, his love for the game, his work ethic and his relationship with his teammates that allowed him to be once again Super Bowl Champion and Super Bowl MVP. I can't believe I wrote this much about a non-Cowboy player. #100%proveitorletitgo

  • Drew - 8 years ago

    Dude he lied. To the press and to the people. These people make crazy $ and become role models to our children by default. If you lie you and I lie we answer for it. Are you and others really saying TB is above good ethics??

  • Gerry Gosselin - 8 years ago

    The simple fact that most quarterbacks freely admit that they prefer the ball on the softer side generally confirms that most, if not all teams keep the ball pressure at the minimum of clost to it. Besides, didn't those NFL officials handle those balls between every snap? Where is their responsibility in all this. It's all baloney. IN that game Brady threw far more completions in the second half than he did in the first half, so this whole thnig s blown way out of proportion.

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