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Just now, LuckyHorseShoe§ said:

What the hell is our offense? We have Ebron, Doyle, Hilton, Cain, and still no one is open? Every play at this point is either JB staring down the field and then running for his life or giving it to Mack and praying he figures it out.

Yeah I'm seeing the same thing.

 

Are they not getting open or is it brissett??

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