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I can't watch the game, was the TD a good play by Luck, TY, or both? What about that INT PI? What happened?

Pass blocking perfect, the route was perfect, and the the throw was perfect Nobody!!!

The INT was interference on Mathis...a good call...and Collie has been in......

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I can't watch the game, was the TD a good play by Luck, TY, or both? What about that INT PI? What happened?

interception by Luck was called back because of defense pass interference (Im not sure it was defense pass interference but it was called)
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