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That Angerer play was the perfect example of why I love the NFL. Everything about it was beautiful. Great coverage, great throw, great catch, great play call. Its all about matchups today in the NFL, and a player like Finley is a dream.

It is a perfect example of, just because something good happened for the other team does not mean your team made a mistake. It's a chess match with gladiators instead of carved wood pieces.

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