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Andrew I love you man but c’mon, that was just plain stupid, gosh....THROW THE FREAKING BALL AWAY!!!!!!

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Just now, Luck is Good said:

There’s always that patented bad throw by Andrew

cant do that in the playoffs at all that is why he lose to the pats every time we move the ball at will most of the time and then have 4 or 5 turnovers

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Just now, 18to87 said:

Could have led him up the sideline for a TD if he had his feet under him. 

Might have been a 90-yard TD...he had an open receiver but he rushed it and made a Jay Cutler throw

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

OMG.........Just a bad throw....throw it away...it was 14-0

Although that was all on Luck, why were we not running it within the 10 yard line?????

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2nd god awful pick in 2 weeks.  At least we are winning.

 

Probably shouldnt have jinxed it by mentioning to my friends that a pick 6 is the only way they get back in the game.

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Just now, chad72 said:

Luck better make up for this as the game goes on

Luck better make up for this NOW !!!!!

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For such a supposed cerebral qb, he makes  absolutely the  stupidist throws of any elite qb I have ever seen.  And that is not debatable.

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2 minutes ago, Catloaf said:

2nd god awful pick in 2 weeks.  At least we are winning.

 

Probably shouldnt have jinxed it by mentioning to my friends that a pick 6 is the only way they get back in the game.

How "Lucky" we are...

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