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Green Bay (+ 7 1/2) @ Seattle (1-18-15)

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why wasn't there a penalty on Maxwell for taunting??

He pushed it. Why oh why do these guys take such risks? 

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Jeez FOX, enough with the shameless self promotion. My gosh....enough already. 

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Seriously....on a neutral field....Seattle would have a damn near impossible time passing on the Colts CBs.

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Could this affect his new upcoming contract negotiations? Lol

I hope not. Give him massive contract and give up on some playmakers.

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The top seed has been totally dominated for a half

Top seed hasn't come out of the locker room for the first half.

We'll see if they come out for the 2nd.  Wilson look pathetic today.

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amazed at all the talking Seattle gets away with..every single play

 

This is my issue with the flag from earlier in the game.  If they are going to flag a player for trash talking then flag all of it, in which case there would have been about 50 to 60 more flags thrown in the first half.  Otherwise let them talk and only throw a flag if it gets physical.

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I hope not. Give him massive contract and give up on some playmakers.

As long as he gets his AFTER Luck gets his.

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Today's NFL anythings gonna happen can't sleep for a second. Who's outhittimg who Seattle? Thought you were the bad dawgs on the block!!

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Dang Wilson looks as bad as Andrew Luck this just cannot be right??? Are was those INT's just punts?? :woah:  haha  :lol:  :funny:  lmao

Middle School football punts I think.

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I swear I could puke at these silly "don't beat women" commercials. Do they really think crying actors pretending to be upset will sway a redneck on his 13th Pabst Blue Ribbon from hitting his wife? 

 

How about actually punishing men for doing this with......laws and justice? 

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Never this bad....never..regular season or playofs

Uhm, there was that 6 pick performance Manning had with San Diego...yea, he was bad a few times also.

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I swear I could puke at these silly "don't beat women" commercials. Do they really think crying actors pretending to be upset will sway a redneck on his 13th Pabst Blue Ribbon from hitting his wife?

How about actually punishing men for doing this with......laws and justice?

Can't argue that.

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I swear I could puke at these silly "don't beat women" commercials. Do they really think crying actors pretending to be upset will sway a redneck on his 13th Pabst Blue Ribbon from hitting his wife?

How about actually punishing men for doing this with......laws and justice?

A little sexist response I think but yes I agree. Women are and have done the same, but I understand what you're getting at

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Uhm, there was that 6 pick performance Manning had with San Diego...yea, he was bad a few times also.

Ill give Peyton a little pass on that game because the Colts barely had enough people to field a team.And still had the team in position to win had Vinny not missed an extra point length field goal as time expired.

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Uhm, there was that 6 pick performance Manning had with San Diego...yea, he was bad a few times also.

Wasn't that the game he almost won in the end?  Overall, he almost made up for it.

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