Anyone find it a little odd Gostkowski was never questioned?
The thing that gets me, the kicker is the one other guy other than the qb who would potentially have interest in the PSI of a ball.
So, I wonder what his preferred PSI is, or if he's ever been on record prior to stating what it is.. Of course, I'm assuming he would want his PSI to be maxed out for a max long field goal rather than a deflated football and a shorter kick.
Is it just me, or is it very curious the NFL never got around to asking him?
Also, very curious they came out the day before the superbowl stating that only a couple balls were slightly deflated.. How do they go from all but one ball was below the regulations, and one ball was right AT max regulations (or am I getting this wrong?) to only a couple balls were slightly deflated? Does anyone think Gostkowski would have had his max psi football had the game been on the line for a 50 yard field goal?
Interesting. I'm not saying it would have impacted the game vs. the Colts, but hey they are rules..