Without testing the other team's balls, there is no objective conclusion that can be drawn about the impact of game play on the dynamics of a football. Were the Colt's footballs also tested? What did they find with them? Without a control factor there is no objective conclusion that can be made...unless they find someone purposefully altered the weight and psi of the footballs. The other footballs should also be tested to get a look at what happened to ALL the game balls....without that, it is only conjecture...not science...why has no one yet mentioned that in the media? In fact, all balls used last Sunday should have been tested by the league...Seattle, Green Bay, Indianapolis, and New England...there is an ethical obligation for the league to do that to find out if the Patriots balls were "unique." But to my knowledge that hasn't happened.
Without a control group or a confession of wrong-doing, all pronouncements by the league or anyone else will be arbitrary.
"I think I may say that of all the men we meet with, nine parts of ten are what they are, good or evil, useful or not, by their education." John Locke