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TD Seahawks.

 

I wish they would get rid of that stupid excessive celebration junk.  Let them have some fun for crying out loud.  

How was that celebration any worst than the Lambeau Leap?

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time for brady to throw longer than 6 yds.

 

Which he no longer can do because he's old and washed up. Gronk just makes him look good.

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And Patriots fans over here whining about how Revis ran into the refs which allowed Baldwin to get open....isn't that legal?

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And Patriots fans over here whining about how Revis ran into the refs which allowed Baldwin to get open....isn't that legal?

As long as it doesn't draw a flag, it is.  Just tell them that the ref was in the perfect position to call it, were it not legal.

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Not yet.  Too early to call them a dynasty

Agreed. Things happen, they could never sniff the Super Bowl again. While it's very unlikely they won't be good after this year nothing is guaranteed in the NFL.

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