Exponent's scientists made a fundamental error when they used a cold football on a stand exposed to the surrounding warm air to estimate the pressure of the Patriot's footballs when they were tested in the Patriot's locker room at half time. The Patriot's cold footballs were in a ball bag until they were tested at half time. The ball bag insulated the cold footballs from the surrounding air and they warmed up and increased in pressure slowly compared to the football on a stand. The fact is that the pressure increase of a cold football on a stand surrounded by warm air cannot be used to estimate the pressure increase of cold footballs insulated from the surrounding air in a ball bag. This simple fact invalidates Exponent's investigation.
INDISPUTABLE EVIDENCE PROVES THE PATRIOTS DID NOT DEFLATE FOOTBALLS