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New England (+3) at Kansas City (1-20-19)

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

Its not a TD..but it touched him

I don’t know. If it were our team we would definitely say it didn’t touch him and tbh, I don’t think it did. Glad the call on the field was he did. May be hard to over turn. 

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4 minutes ago, coltsfansince65 said:

This will go NEs way

 

Always seems to. :thmdown: Let's hope it is different this time.

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2 minutes ago, Coltsman1788 said:

The call on the field should stand.  Hard to over rule one way or the other. 

Those are the base rules...no way to overturn

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Hmm... It's that initial bounce. He did touch it! LMAO I'm so stupid.

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That should put to rest who's the owner of the NFL and the refs. Kraft, Kraft, Kraft...

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