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1 minute ago, bluebombers87 said:

Probably why they didn't call it.

Can't  extend your arms like that. 

I saw one earlier today that wasn't called  (I forgot who it was)  but it needs to be called more 

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Just now, ricker182 said:

Can't  extend your arms like that. 

I saw one earlier today that wasn't called  (I forgot who it was)  but it needs to be called more 

Hopkins by any chance?

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3 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

Hopkins by any chance?

That was the one. Idk how they missed it 

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7 minutes ago, ricker182 said:

If we don't get any pressure, we have no chance 

Don't worry there some 35 year old has been that out that the Colts will sigb 

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We haven't won in Pittsburgh in how long now? 2007 or 2008 I think. Offense needs to wake up now cause we're playing like we don't want to win. 

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1 minute ago, needanoline63 said:

Goodbye griff whalen

Lol blaming griff when he prevented William Gay from taking that easy interception and also blaming him for not being able to save it a second time? Sheesh

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Really? You're going to throw THAT to Griff Whalen?

How about targeting Moncrief instead of that midget.

 

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9 minutes ago, Freenyfan102 said:

Woo look at this crappy defense

 

Alright, I have no idea why I am quoting Freenyfan102, since I was trying to quote someone else.  Another glitch I suppose.

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3 minutes ago, needanoline63 said:

Goodbye griff whalen

 

That wasn't Whalen's fault.

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I knew this would happen, Hasselbeck has not been as good as people think. The toughest team he has played is probably Atlanta or Houston, who is bad/was bad, this is a real team and defense-this he is not playing good. Charlie Whitehurst time?(I'm joking, but this is a concern).

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