MAC & GAYDOS

Mac & Gaydos test #Deflategate: Does it actually affect the players?

Jan 22, 2015, 1:06 AM | Updated: Apr 16, 2015, 2:03 pm

There’s a little story going on concerning the New England Patriots and their cheating ways win over the Indianapolis Colts.

The NFL found the Patriots were playing with deflated footballs. While that may not seem like a big deal, it’s rumored that it makes the ball easier to throw and catch.

The ensuing scandal has been termed #Deflategate on social media, an homage to New England’s earlier Spygate.

Mac & Gaydos decided to test out this whole deflated football thing. Does it really make it easier to catch?

The guys were a little too busy to see themselves, so they sent out everyone’s favorite producer, Lloyd Banks, to test it out along with Adam Green from Arizona Sports.

We’re not saying these guys are Tom Brady. In fact, we’re not saying they’re athletes. But they found the deflated balls are much easier to catch.

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Mac & Gaydos test #Deflategate: Does it actually affect the players?