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colts texans game on replay

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thought we did pretty good in it

When is/was the replay? I still have the game DVRed but they throw in interviews and radio broadcasts.

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I watched it and it was the first real replay I've seen of the luck "forward pass" fumble. Wow that was a bad call as I just see. I way that was a forward pass at all. I am glad the call went for us but man, as a fan, that was a horrible call.

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When is/was the replay? I still have the game DVRed but they throw in interviews and radio broadcasts.

I saw Patty Mac fall to his rump during a punt and a Texan at his feet. Was that a missed roughing the kicker or just coincidence? (If you have time to indulge me) I forgot to go back and look at it and now I can't. Someone in my house thinks criminal minds is more important than football lol. 

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