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That was tipped.

I thought it was. But I didn't get to see the replay.

Another great play from Avery! Catching the ball in traffic all game and making it look easy.

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Did we really just try to run a reverse twice in a row?

You beat me to it again....21 is...I have not seen it.

Essex in for Satele...hurt......

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Did we really just try to run a reverse twice in a row?

That is straight from Chuck's "Ultra secret playbook"

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You beat me to it again....21 is...I have not seen it.

Essex in for Satele...hurt......

Look for McGlynn or Essex at Center next play...beware.

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Probably the better decision lol.

Note to Vinny; that field goal didn't need to be that close to the uprights :O

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