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Hilton drops an easy pass. Luck goes back to him two times. Major maturity.

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jeez Luck is really inconsistent with his accuracy. Lots of floaters and passes behind the receiver.

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Looks like his arm got whacked there, but I'd have to see it again for sure.

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Overthrown. It is a shame we could get one of those last couple of passes... Now it is up to the defense again.

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These commentators are ridiculous sometimes. I really like Solomon Wilcots, but his last statement was...well...I'll let you judge. "Just make sure that something is positive and not a turnover." Really?

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What kind of 2 minute drill does Weeden have?

As much as our D will allow a check down to go lol.

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Hate to say it but we gotta keep them off the board this drive. if they score knowing they get ball back can change all momentum.

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And there's the half. A really solid first half boys, but still room for improvement. A few drops killed us

Why the timeout?

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