Following the Giants' 10-7 upset of the Cowboys on Sunday night, not everyone wanted to talk about New York's big victory during Ben McAdoo's postgame press conference.

Although the Giants coach did answer plenty of questions about the Cowboys, he was also asked about the elephant in the room: The Deflategate II allegations that surfaced Sunday morning.

According to Fox Sports, the Giants filed a complaint against the Steelers for using deflated footballs during Pittsburgh's 24-14 win in Week 14.

McAdoo didn't offer a lot of details about the complaint, but he did confirm that his team was suspicious of the PSI levels in two Steelers football that they got their hands on.

"I don't really know anything about it. I just know that they said that they felt a little ... I don't know, the PSI's were a little low, so they checked them, and they just let me know they checked them," McAdoo said.

The Giants coach also added that he did not personally check the PSI levels of the footballs.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin was also asked about the Deflategate II allegations following his team's 27-20 victory over Buffalo, and let's just say he didn't hold back.

"I heard about it but we have absolutely no response," Tomlin said, via Steelers Depot. "We'll cooperate fully with whatever New York wants to do in regards to that. We have absolutely nothing to hide. It's a non-story for us."

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger didn't seem too concerned with the allegations. After beating the Bills, Big Ben actually made a joke about Deflategate II.

The NFL seems determined to nip this controversy in the bud, which might explain why the league released a statement less than two hours after the allegations came out.

"The officiating game ball procedures were followed and there were no chain of command issues," an NFL spokesman said. "All footballs were in compliance and no formal complaint was filed by the Giants with our office."

Of course, the NFL could be trying to sweep this under the rug because no good will come out of looking into it. If the Steelers' didn't do anything wrong -- the ideal gas law says that footballs will naturally deflate in cold weather -- then people will believe the Patriots didn't do anything wrong, which could possibly create problems the league doesn't feel like creating.