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We've had a solid defensive performance so far and our OL has done a good job of keeping Watt in check.  It's only 7-0 and that can change with literally one play.  Nothing to worry about

You were saying :P

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Line has played well today, despite cries from this forum that Louis would ruin it.

What game you watching

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Line has played well today, despite cries from this forum that Louis would ruin it.

I'll be very happy to say I'm wrong after the game - if it holds up.  Hoping it does.

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Luck is looking like he could be the modern day Farve. Lots of TDs and turnovers.

He will have under 250 INTs when his career is done. Things change. O-line change. Quaterbacks improve.

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You're*

and I like how you miss the edit and the convo

Fail

So your response to getting called out for being wrong is to point out a grammatical error? Impressive.

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