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Aside from the Manning injury, the worst thing to happen this year has been the injuries to Castonzo and Ijalana.

You guys realize we've been outscored 82-7 in the last 6 quarters?

I think that we were not a fantastic football team, but without #18 and with some injuries we're way out of NFL level.

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There needs to be some backsides RIPPPPPPPPPPED during halftime.

That should have happened long ago! Apparently this team has no leaders! A leader would have done did taken some of these weak #!! efforts and booted them into gear!

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