Pittsburgh Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger sets up to make a throw in a game played in wintery conditions in Buffalo earlier this season. There were reports that the Steelers had two under-inflated footballs in play against the New York Giants. The NFL said all game balls were in compliance and the Giants did not file a formal complaint.
Pittsburgh Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger sets up to make a throw in a game played in wintery conditions in Buffalo earlier this season. There were reports that the Steelers had two under-inflated footballs in play against the New York Giants. The NFL said all game balls were in compliance and the Giants did not file a formal complaint. Adrian Kraus AP
Pittsburgh Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger sets up to make a throw in a game played in wintery conditions in Buffalo earlier this season. There were reports that the Steelers had two under-inflated footballs in play against the New York Giants. The NFL said all game balls were in compliance and the Giants did not file a formal complaint. Adrian Kraus AP

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