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Phatchris said:Do the balls have the same psi at the end of the game in Green Bay in January as they do in Miami? Psi in my truck tires fluctuate do to temperature, but hey I'm no Mona Lisa Vito either.DoubleEgger said:Will a Patriots fan please answer this simple question?
How can your QB, one of the all time greats who has thrown hundreds of thousands of footballs over his life span, not able to tell that a football is 10-15% low on air?
Apples vs. oranges = Miami vs. Green Bay. Required PSI is PSI.
Now, how about, in Denver in December game time temp is 70, end of game is 38. What then??
He was humble when he won and gracious after a lose. A trait that many of the self proclaimed 'Supermen' in sports today should strive to achieve.
Simply put; just a damn good example of how we all should conduct ourselves everyday.
I've been a Broncos FAN since I was 5 years old living in Wheatridge, a suburb of Denver, in 1961.
Elway did, and has done more, for the Broncos than Peyton ever will.
I am grateful that PM got another SB in/for Denver. (though the defense got the task done all season!).
Going out on top and healthy is a good thing. Smart, vary smart.