2015 NFL Bad Lip-Reading Doesn't Address Brady's Balls

The 2015 edition of the NFL Bad Lip Reading has arrived. As expected, it's hilarious. Though, some may be surprised to see that #Deflategate doesn't make an appearance in the video. 

The hashtag comes from a recent controversy regarding the New England Patriots, who will head to this year's Super Bowl against the Seattle Seahawks. The NFL found that 11 of the Patriots' 12 balls from Sunday's win over the Indianapolis Colts were under inflated by about 2 pounds, arguably giving them a better grip on the balls. (The League requirement is 12.5 pounds per square inch.) Both quarterback Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick have claimed innocence in this matter.

Though rooted in a rather serious matter, #Deflategate has taken off on Twitter to call out all the times Brady said "balls" in a 30-minute press conference. The jokes are juvenile, to be sure, but that doesn't mean they're not entertaining. Just look at this supercut of all the times Brady made a balls comment.

Even without the mention of Brady and his balls, the Bad Lip Reading is another work of staggering YouTube genius. Below, the 2015 edition.

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