Christopher Price, WEEI:
Andrew Luck shrugged off the Deflategate controversy. The Colts quarterback appeared to dismiss the uproar of underinflated footballs.
“Everybody has a preference and our equipment managers sort of handle our footballs in a sense,” Luck told reporters. “I get them as they are, I guess.”

There is pressure in being the first pick in the NFL draft which Andrew Luck was in 2012. Being the first pick in the 2015 Pro Bowl barely makes the news. The star QB of the Indianapolis did display a sense of humor when asked to compare preparation for the Pro Bowl to the Super Bowl.
The energy is sucked out of you. You feel deflated, Luck said before perhaps realizing his gaffe, smiling, and adding, 'Aww, shoot' with a sheepish laugh.

Andrew Luck is a 2012 graduate of Stanford University. He was an engineering major who earned a degree in Architectural Design. "I chose the major because of my longtime interest in buildings, both their aesthetic value and structure". For Andrew, "Deflategate" would appear to be too trivial an item to waste any time discussing.

The Watergate scandal was a major political scandal that occurred in the United States in the 1970s as a result of the June 17, 1972, break-in at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) headquarters at the Watergate office complex in Washington, D.C., and the Nixon administration's attempted cover-up.

Some would think that it was just two kids from the media who had too much time on their hands. It was no better than a third-rate burglary. “Certain elements may try to stretch this beyond what it was.”

If somebody were to deflate a football at the Pro Bowl, most would think that it was all a part of the program. With the NFL playoffs, everybody is Woodward and Bernstein.

Paul Murphy is a freelance writer from New Hampshire.

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