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1 minute ago, Chrisaaron1023 said:

Lol was he trying to pick a fight with Nelson?!

 

I like that the receiver came over to stick up for him and Nelson scooted him aside like 'i got this'

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2 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

Get a score, get a stop, get a score, burn the 1st half from memory. 

I agree. We are fine. Only down 14-7 now. Long way to go :thmup:

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Luck is starting to heat up. 13 of 17 117 yards, 1 INT -- he was perfect on that last drive.

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Just now, Flash7 said:

Luck is starting to heat up. 13 of 17 117 yards, 1 INT -- he was perfect on that last drive.

 

I swear he plays better after a pick sometimes.

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Just now, SteelCityColt said:

 

I swear he plays better after a pick sometimes.

I agree.

 

I know that he's really hard on himself, and he knows he can't be a good leader if he's costing the team by throwing INTs. He usually comes out focused after.

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Nice drive that was put together that time.  Maybe that will jump start things and get the team going,

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I think we have been fooled into thinking the defense was better than they really are.

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Just now, Myles said:

I think we have been fooled into thinking the defense was better than they really are.

I don’t think so. They are just young and got a little arrogant today. You don’t win 7 of 8 and have the number one defense in that stretch by being overhyped.

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