Sure, it matters how the balls lost air pressure.
Sure, it matters when they lost air pressure.
Sure, it matters why they lost air pressure.
But what matters most, out of all of this, that has not been talked about at all by the league, is how all this truly came to be.
At first, a source reported D'Qwell Jackson said the ball felt funny after his INT of Brady. He came out later to say that was false.
Then, Jay Glazer reported the Ravens tipped off the Colts about the pressure in the balls. That's been debunked.
Yahoo Sports and SI have reported about Mike Kensil, NFL VP of Game Operations and former Jet, behind all of this. That he is the one to have sparked all this. And as Ed Werder for ESPN tweeted, what if the NFL did know about something up with the footballs and instead of try to prevent it they actually opted to try to 'catch' the Patriots in the act? How completely conspiracy theorist that would be, but that question is the only one that matters I think. If you find the answer to that question I think that will quickly answer many of the others that remain.