“More probable than not”…

Tom Brady

Tom Brady

That statement can be viewed through a lot of lenses. But in the case of this “Wells Report” it really gives me pause. Putting aside the opportunistic gibberish we’ve seen in the tabloids from the haters in New York, Miami and Indianapolis, (coincidentally all the losers), Roger Goodell and the NFL lack even the most infinitesimal bit of credibility necessary to levy any sanctions against New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady. Mind you I’m not condoning cheating in any of the professional sports, however any accusation must be a formal one, with a determination and substantiation such that it would warrant punitive action.

In the interest of disclosure, I’m a Patriots fan of the highest sort and have been since I was a boy. With that said, what we have here is a shady investigatory bunch, brought in by a national sports league with major credibility issues in terms of its handling of players committing crimes punishable by significant jail time, attempting to appear fair and impartial with a finding of “more probable than not”. Really?

In the end people, when a scientist tells us that the difference in weight of a regulation football and the alleged underweight balls is equivalent to that of a dollar bill, and legendary quarterbacks like Joe Theismann dismiss the differences as “negligible” at best, one has to assume there might just be “a little hatin goin on”

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