And the DeflateGate story just keeps getting better. Just a day after Bill “Read My Lips” Belichick claimed the Patriots followed all NFL rules (we’re surprised he wasn’t struck by lighting) there are reports that the NFL was actually trying to catch New England cheating! Here’s more on the story from YardBarker: Believe it or not, the outrage surrounding Deflategate will eventually fizzle out. And when it does, no one…
It’s not a big surprise that Saturday Night Live took its own shot at the never ending DeflateGate saga. This press conference parody probably would have been funnier if the real ones by Patriots Coach Bill Belicheck and quarterback Tom Brady hadn’t already bordered on the bizarre. How can fantasy every top that strange reality?
Another “bad lip reading” . . . and still funny.
Brady looks really uncomfortable during this entire thing. Does that mean he’s lying? We need to get someone in here who can spot the signs someone is lying.
You know DeflateGate has jumped the shark when . . . Here’s more from the YouTube description: Parody of the Cialis commercials featuring the New England Patriots and their deflated balls. You’re headed to the Super Bowl, but your game still feels a little bit flat. Cialis Inflate-a-Ball helps the Patriots avoid hefty fines and loss of draft picks by giving their balls that extra pump for the big game.
I’m really hoping this is a stunt or something being filmed for a movie or Will Ferrell has really lost it. At least fans got to see security manhandle him and carry him out.
Not sure how many of you also follow me on Twitter, but I had a field day today posting one tweet after another about Inflategate. (Or, as I later found out on CNN, what everyone else is calling DEFLATEgate. Great. Here are a couple of my favorites. They make more sense if you start at the beginning of the day. BREAKING #INFLATEGATE NEWS: Source: #Patriots owner #RobertKraft claims New England…
I think Mr. Hamilton used the wrong link when he tweeted about Texas A&M. Then again, maybe not. From Imgur.