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1 minute ago, bluebombers87 said:

Talk about how you’re protecting players and you allow that?

That call has been made all year...If the QB is running out of bounds..of course you cant drill him..

....Its OK if that is a running back..but you cant hit the QB like that.

The refs just ate their whistles

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