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oldunclemark

Rams (+2 1/2) vs. New England (2-3-19)

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It’s those little calls they get that help them that most people ignore and then when you say they are favoured you get laughed at.

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Any points scored on this drive should be rewarded to the refs and not the Patriots.

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Good job by Marcus Peters there....he's the weak link

Brady isnt sure what he's seeing in the coverage..Can that be?

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

Good job by Marcus Peters there....he's the weak link

Brady isnt sure what he's seeing in the coverage..Can that be?

It happens when you don’t have tape of the opponent

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Haaaa!!!

 

All things considered.... the Rams are in good shape.

 

The Pats have 0  points to show for 2 possessions... and have burned 2 timeouts already.

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Doesn't matter.

 

Rams will punt after 3 plays and then Brady will blow down the field for the easy TD.

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1 minute ago, jjcolts said:

Thanks Jim:funny:

No t one FG missed in the building the entire year...right Jim?

Thanks again.

Rams are runni ng the wide plays that KC didnt do early 2 weeks ago

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3 minutes ago, buffalo34 said:

Doesn't matter.

 

Rams will punt after 3 plays and then Brady will blow down the field for the easy TD.

You are 0-for-5

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Just now, #12. said:

Romo's mic is back on.  Crap.

that was the best part of the game.

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Alright, now for Brady to blow down the field and take control of the game.

 

I say Gronk catches the TD on this drive.

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

So the refs can conference to call delay of game but they cant do that on hits in the secondary

 

Had to make sure it was close enough to delay of game so that the lining up in the neutral zone could be overruled.......

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Donald just ran over the guard......OMG

1 minute ago, buffalo34 said:

Can anyone attempt to actually tackle Gronk?

 

Time for a first down to Edelman.

You're 0-for-7

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