At the end of the day what will it mean that the New England Patriots used deflated game balls to cinch their spot in the Super Bowl? Will we stop the big game? Or will it be business as usual?

Deflated Balls Getty Images

Of course it will be business as usual, but people can't stop talking about it. Does it matter in the long run. Really, if you talk about it until you're blue in the face, will it matter?

In the now world of everyone wins, there are no losers that's the way it is. In some child sports they don't even keep score. No one knows what the word accountability means and if they do they just don't care anymore.

One can't help but wonder if this was 1978, The Pittsburgh Steelers against the Dallas Cowboys would Terry Bradshaw, most valuable player of the year, go with the flow? Back when football was football, when people/teams lost and we all grew from our mistakes. Would Bradshaw ask for a rematch? Do you think a rematch is needed or are you so uninterested in the teams that it REALLY doesn't matter?

To recap, Monday morning after the playoff game it was announced that the Patriots had used deflated balls in the game, 11 of the 12 game balls tested were less than standard. The game balls should be filled between 12.5 and 13.5 pounds per square inch.

In an interview recently, Patriots coach Belichick said he was shocked and had no answer...

“Tom’s personal preferences on footballs are something he can talk about.” -New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick

NFL investigators are taking the matter seriously and Tom Brady is expected to speak to the matter in a press conference Thursday afternoon.

Do you still believe in football?