AEI: ‘Deeply Flawed’ Wells Report Methods Just Don’t Make Sense (Podcast)

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June 18, 2015

The Deflategate saga continues after a new report conducted by the American Enterprise Institute found the science presented in the Wells Report is “deeply flawed.”

AEI’s Stan Veuger, who co-authored the report, joined NESN.com’s Doug Kyed to explain why the science used by Ted Wells is faulty. He listed four areas of concern, one being the different gauges used to measure the balls at various junctions during the AFC Championship Game. Veuger also pointed out the Colts’ footballs were given time to warm up before officials measured the air pressure at the end of halftime.

Listen to the podcast or download it in the player below.

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Thumbnail photo via Denny Medley/USA TODAY Sports Images

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