Super Bowl Drug Test Controversy Over Viagra Use On Deflated Footballs

by on 02/02/15 at 7:49 am

Tom Brady's win just might be because of Viagra use and soft balls during the game.

Tom Brady’s win just might be because of Viagra use and soft balls during the game.

The 'little blue pills' are being blamed for illegal drug use during the NFL Championship game in connection to inflated footballs

The ‘little blue pills’ are being blamed for illegal drug use during the NFL Championship game in connection to inflated footballs

Phoenix, AZ – (satireworld.com)

Moments after the New England Patriots clinched the Super Bowl with a stunning end-zone interception, Super Bowl officials re-heated the controversy over under-inflated footballs by announcing an NFL football drug testing results on the game ending football conducted by game referees.

According to lead referee Alan Rodman, “we started testing and checking each game ball in order to officially validate each game winning team after the controversial footbal inflation findings during the NFL playoffs.” Rodman showed the attending press the twelve game footballs randomly used in the Super Bowl championship game.

“Out of the twelve game balls, ten tested positive for the drug Viagra,” claimed Rodman as he passed around a copy of the drug testing report conducted by the Arizona State Testing Laboratory.

Rodman strongly says he suspect’s New England quarterback Tom Brady for the Viagra tainting of the game ball with residue from licking his throwing hand fingers.

“His wife recently said that Tom had a hard time getting up after each game and said she was going to look into some Viagra,” claimed Rodman.

“We immediately noticed all ten of the suspect game balls were stiffer and appeared over-inflated.”



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