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Did Pagano draw up this fake punt lol?

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It is sad you feel the need to bring up something we have all discussed and debated a year ago to satisfy your need to keep negativity pointed at Pagano.

Isn't the present things happening on the field enough to satisfy your need?

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Pagano doesn't have enough hands to draw up plays. He only has two and he's always using them for clapping haha 

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33 minutes ago, LJpalmbeacher said:

Pagano doesn't have enough hands to draw up plays. He only has two and he's always using them for clapping haha 

 

As I was reading your comment, I was expecting it to say 'using them for chopping wood' instead of 'clapping' :)

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10 hours ago, our_dbs_rock said:

 

As I was reading your comment, I was expecting it to say 'using them for chopping wood' instead of 'clapping' :)

 

That would have worked too. haha 

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