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Ladies and gentleman we are televising this game nationally so we can spend 3 hours of NON-STOP saying boy these Pats are just great .

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

we need 34-35 points

...by halftime.

 

Ouch!  That looked like it hurt.

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So that isn’t landing with your weight on the qb lol...I mean it’s a stupid rule but that was doing it by like 3 guys lol.

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Just now, GwinnettColt said:

Aaaaand Ebron with the drop.

Guess that's what Detroit fans were talking about.. Lol

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Was surprised at how many people thought this game would be close let alone think we would “shock the world.” We’re about to get beat handily.

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Just now, GwinnettColt said:

Aaaaand Ebron with the drop.

He wants to make a video so he can teach other receivers how to do that .

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Just now, Fisticuffs111 said:

Was surprised at how many people thought this game would be close let alone think we would “shock the world.” We’re about to get beat handily.

We're dreamers.. Lol

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So the team with very fews sacks, got 3 players untouched into Andrews grill on that 2nd down play. Oh boy...

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Still wondering why through all the Luck years we are still such a pass heavy team. They just said we pass 71% of the time this year. I mean obviously our O-Line isn't good enough to run NOR do we have a really great running back who can run more than 5 yards consistently. 

 

Hopefully we get that fixed next year.

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1 minute ago, RollerColt said:

Jesus. Christ. 

 

 

 

Might help. What position does he play? We need lots of them tonight. 

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Switching from beer to the hard stuff... Hoping I pass out before halftime.

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1 minute ago, Mr.Debonair said:

I feel Terrible for Andrew 

Umm...I think Andrew feels terrible all by himself, lol.

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Up at almost three at night for this crap.

 

Hines got Andrew killed.

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3 minutes ago, needanoline63 said:

Doesn’t matter. Next man up. Show up and play football. We didnt

 

lol. You think this roster is deep enough for that. 

 

Thats funny. 

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Just now, John Waylon said:

 

Might help. What position does he play? We need lots of them tonight. 

He's  a wide receiver..best 'fly' patterns I ever saw

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