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

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The best you can say for Romo:  he's not Tony Kornheiser.

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Todd Gurley needs a big second half or its going to be a very long off-season.

he cant be standing on the sidelines on 3rd and long

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1 minute ago, Tsarquise said:

That commercial with a bunch of NFL greats was pretty awesome. 

 

Best part of the night so far.

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Rams vs Pats and refs is scoreless so far.

 

Scrappy halftime show.

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At this point, all Brady will have to do to win another ring and MVP will be not throwing a pick-six. Even if the Rams find a way to stop Edelman, they can't score. 

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1 minute ago, Myles said:

Rams vs Pats and refs is scoreless so far.

 

Scrappy halftime show.

Lol anyone says that after the screw job the refs did for the Rams is just sad. I haven’t watched a lot of Rams games but they took on suh personality.. chippy and dirty..

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Watching this game should tell you about what improvements the Colts need to make in the draft and FA. A strong pass rush up the middle and a very crafty route running wide receiver with excellent hands. Everything else would be gravy.

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Back from watching the halftime show downstairs.


Rams will have a 3-play punting drive and then Brady will blow down the field for an easy TD to put this game away.

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They've got to run Gurley until he drops....Therer's no game next week

 

that injury helps NE.....long delay ..Rams were starting to run it

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1 minute ago, Chrisaaron1023 said:

maybe this was the gameplan... rest him up until this point?? LOL

Could be.  And they intentionally have Goff looking like Jay Cutler until the 4th quarter when  he turns it on!!

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Time for either an incomplete pass or a sack, and then Brady will blow down the field for the easy TD.

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I cannot tell you why teams let NE sub defensively..

 

If you run a no-huddle they cannot sub..

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1 minute ago, buffalo34 said:

Time for a wide open Edelman to get this first down for an 11 yard gain.

Its easier when you wait until after the play is run, isnt it?

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