LOL, so deluded, you are.
Nahh... Delusion is believing that PSI is really the weight of a given football and that lowering it would actually give a quarterback an advantage. :D I mean it take pure delusion to actually believe that a football that's officially 11" x 22" and would have roughly 200 sq inches of surface area (trying to account for the taper), and that's officially supposed to weigh no more than 15oz would somehow magically weight 2,500lbs when inflated to 12.5psi.
..and people legit wonder why us Pats fans look at people that actually believe that like they're Cretins. :D
If anything, a slightly depressurized football doesn't help a quarterback; it helps the receivers catch that ball. Then again, if that were the truth, how does that explain how they utterly destroyed the Colts by putting up 28 points AFTER they balls were replaced? Colts vs. Patriots - Game Summary - January 18, 2015 - ESPN
Delusion is also rejecting reality and substituting your own when it comes to the fact that temp and conditions have an affect on air pressure. If that's not the case then GM needs to fix either the TPSM sensors and/or rims on my truck. Otherwise that means that TB and whatstheirfaces personally take air out of my truck's tires at night in the winter and then as I'm driving flank my truck and put air back into them, all just to mess with me. :D
Delusion is also believing that TB's suspension had anything to do with the pressure in a football; it was just an affirmation that the commissioner had the ability to punish anyone in the league for anything he wanted because that's how it was written into the collective bargaining agreement. Most people outside of New England missed that because they couldn't read past the headline "Brady suspended for deflategate!". Then again, the whole overreach on the punishment was more of a way to get back at Belichick for the perceived light sentence from other teams that the Pat's got for Spygate (not to mention the head honchos at the NFL are still sore at him for leaving The Jets after being their coach for one day. If he came to N.E. and bombed they wouldn't have batted an eye though).
Then there's the whole situation where other teams were doing the same thing but only got a slap on the wrist. On that note, what ended up happening with the Steelers this year when there was a report of them using under-inflated balls? Oh that's right, nothing happened. It got swept under the rug.