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2 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

PSA... NFL games are 4 Qtrs folks. Not every win is pretty. Saying a game is over in the 1st Qtr is just farcical. 


From some of the posts in the first half, one would think that a football game lasted less than 2 quarters.

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5 minutes ago, Cynjin said:


From some of the posts in the first half, one would think that a football game lasted less than 2 quarters.

I agree. It’s why I don’t post much during the game in here. I follow along every game in here. I’ve gotten myself to not post due to the swings in temperament in here

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