No one is having more fun with the "Deflategate" controversy surrounding the New England Patriots this week than the media in New York, home of the AFC East rival Jets. Even The New Yorker, America's most august publication, is getting in on the action.
The New Yorker isn't exactly part of the city's ruthless media, but it seems like everyone wants to throw a few shots at the Pats this week.
The magazine is somewhat notorious for having cartoons that are difficult to decipher, but this one is pretty easy to understand.
- Jack Jorgensen
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