Everyone has an opinion about DeflateGate... or is it #DeflateGate? I can't keep up. It's not because I'm incapable of keeping up; rather there isn't enough care in the world for me to try. That doesn't mean others shouldn't have an opinion on the subject, in fact it's been one of the more popcorn chomping entertainments we've had since the 2015 NFL draft.
Former Bengals head coach Sam Wyche, the last coach to give Cincinnati a playoff win and the coach with the second-most wins in franchise history, says... Let offenses dictate what they want:
"This would be easy to fix by letting the teams inflate or deflate all they want to," Wyche said via Fox Sports. "They've had a rule forever that a kicking ball goes in, which is inflated as high as you can get it. They've been substituting balls all along and that's the league doing that, not the teams."
However, his view on Tom Brady's suspension calls into question favorable advantages for those first four games.
Wyche added, "If I'm the coach of the Cincinnati Bengals again and the Pittsburgh Steelers are playing the Patriots without Tom Brady, I'm saying 'wait a second, we've gotta play them with Tom Brady. That's not a square deal.'"