With all the importance being placed on under-inflated footballs, I wondered about a few simple questions: 1. Did NFL officials measure the temperature and barometric pressure in the room where the balls were originally tested before the game? 2. How does that compare to the field conditions where the game was played and how much did those weather conditions change during the course of the game? 3. After the game was finished, how long was it before NFL officials checked the air pressure again? And did they check the balls in the same room, or in another room with different climate conditions? 4. How often does the NFL check footballs after games and how often does the air pressure drop in footballs according to their meticulous records? And do they account for changes in barometric pressure between the times when the balls are tested?