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Just now, Nesjan3 said:

got to make calls/plays like that when your playing against the refs and brady

 

Yep, Eagles so far going all 2009 Saints on the Pats.

 

Like I said earlier, if the Pats win, Brady gonna have to earn this tonight.

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