While most of the New England Patriots fan base is still a bit salty regarding the team's lack of a first round draft pick this year as part of punishments handed down during the Deflategate  saga, a select group of Pats fans are taking their beef with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to the courts. 

According to an ESPN report, a group of seven Patriots fans has sued then NFL in hopes to retrieve the team's lost first round pick.

The suit, which was filed in U.S. District Court in Boston on Tuesday, alleges that the league made a fickle ruling to take away the draft pick, although there was no proof of any deliberate wrongdoing by anyone in the Patriots organization.

Along with the NFL and Goodell, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is also listed as a defendant in the suit. 

The group claims that Kraft could have done more to get the draft picks back prior to this suit. It also claims that Kraft settled with the league and the other owners over his team's fans.

The report claims that the suit has little chance to produce fruitful results for the group, which makes sense.

As a fellow Patriots fan, I firmly believe that the league completely butchered this entire Deflategate investigation, along with other issues that have presented themselves to the league in the past few years. I also believe that the penalties handed down to the team, which include quarterback Tom Brady's 4-game suspension, were completely uncalled for and unjustified.

I do, however, realize that while it annoys me that the team is without a first round pick this year and their and Brady's names were dragged unjustly through the mud by the league, my life will still go on. I will still be able to function as a normal human being. I will still be living the same life I would have been, whether they had the pick or not.

These seven members of society should realize these same facts. There are more important things to be worried about and more issues in this world than losing sleep over a pick that would have been practically a second rounder anyways due to the Patriots' success last season.