SNL And Bill Nye Take On DeflateGate In Now Viral Videos

Posted: Jan 26 2015, 1:17am CST | by , in News | Super Bowl


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SNL and Bill Nye take on DeflateGate in now Viral Videos

The cold open of Saturday Night Life went viral. It took on the DeflateGate. Watch Taran Killam as Tom Brady and Beck Bennett as Bill Belichick.

DeflateGate is still not over. It will take the Super Bowl game to put this to rest. The question if the New England Patriots have used knowingly deflated footballs in the AFC championship game is still not resolved. Bill Belichick held a press-conference to give his explanation, that though still leaves questions open. Even Bill Nye responded to Belichick "scientific" explanation of the deflated football.

The funniest response to the DeflateGate came though from SNL this weekend. The cold open of the show went viral and has already over 1 million views. New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is played by Beck Bennett and quarterback Tom Brady is played by Taran Killam. The Tom Brady segment is especially funny. Watch below.

Watch the Bill Nye DeflateGate response below where he says that Bill Belichick explanation has no merit.

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