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What happened what whomever made the tackle was still grabbing the leg and Winslow took offense and threw his leg up and hit the side. Not surprised it wasn't called but considering they didn't show the replay of the PF on Anderson and did not hear the tell tale call of the crowd booing can only guess it wasn't anything major or was an exchange type.

Could be totally wrong though.

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I don't care what anyone else says or thinks. Painter will never be Manning, but given this is his 1st time playing with a starting offense I'm excited and think he's doing great.

Duh no one is saying he is peyton

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