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Just now, John Waylon said:

 

 

It was high while he was being hit by

mult defenders at one time. That's Brisett panicking and trying to make a play when there isn't one. 

 

Are you Doyle's brother, father, some kind of relative?

 

That interception was Jack Doyle's fault. It doesn't matter how much Jack you drink; it won't change the facts. 

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2 minutes ago, John Waylon said:

 

 

It was high while he was being hit by

mult defenders at one time. That's Brisett panicking and trying to make a play when there isn't one. 

 

Omg, he wasn’t being hit by anyone when the ball went right through his hands.  Even Doyle would tell you it was his fault.

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1 minute ago, JCPatriot said:

Come on, guys, the Steelers are bumbling so much that they can't even get a play called, they take a delay of game on the 2-point conversion, and they still convert it?  You guys are getting breaks; you need to capitalize on them.

GEE THANKS! LET ME GO TELL ALL THE PLAYERS THAT ON MY BAT PHONE

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Just now, Chrisaaron1023 said:

lol Brisett probably hates this team. how many times has there been one of those turnovers in the 4th  when we've been up?

 

Brissett is not clutch. He's easily rattled. It's why he looks to run so much, and his late game composure just isn't there. 

 

As were seeing today. 

 

Again. 

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