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Just now, ColtStrong2013 said:

 

And we are still down and without the ball... So I'll stand by my statement of I'm not happy with a safety over a go ahead touchdown fumble recovery there, that everyone jumped on me over. 

 

 

 

Dear lord, this is biggest pile of outcome bias dung I've seen on here in a while. You said something silly, you can own it, or double down on it. If you do the later don't be surprised when you get a less than warm reception.

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Just now, ColtStrong2013 said:

 

And we are still down and without the ball... So I'll stand by my statement of I'm not happy with a safety over a go ahead touchdown fumble recovery there, that everyone jumped on me over. 

 

 

You didn't even realize they got points on the safety.    Just because Rogers fumbled,  getting the safety was a positive

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Just now, bestQBever said:

Eve3n if we win this game, I don't feel good about this team. Not very talented and now we're playing undisciplined as well. We need a great draft and FA this offseason.

Good god.  We're without our QB center and best WR.  Do you ever see any positives?  There is an entire quarter left

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1 minute ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

Dear lord, this is biggest pile of outcome bias dung I've seen on here in a while. You said something silly, you can own it, or double down on it. If you do the later don't be surprised when you get a less than warm reception.

 

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I never said anything silly. I said I prefer a touchdown over safety. Am I silly for that? I'm pretty sure that's the conversation right now. And you're a * if you are happy with a safety over the td in that situation. This offense sucks right now. 

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1 minute ago, Chloe6124 said:

There is some weird voo doo going on in that stadium. We should be say ahead. Just a weird day with Kelly and Brissett going down. 

 

There has had been a lot of positives outside the mistakes. We have been able to move the ball very well without TY and JB.

 

There may a be a clue there....

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1 minute ago, ColtStrong2013 said:

 

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I never said anything silly. I said I prefer a touchdown over safety. Am I silly for that? I'm pretty sure that's the conversation right now. And you're a * if you are happy with a safety over the td in that situation. This offense sucks right now. 

 

When you think everyone is a *....

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