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Old 01-13-2019, 02:16 PM
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I hate both teams, but pulling for the Chargers today.

Pats are driving the ball downfield pretty easily so far.
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Old 01-13-2019, 02:19 PM
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Of course the Pats get a PI in the end zone and score a TD.
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That bust Dorsett catches a TD pass. 21-7 Patsies. Chargers defense looks like the Colt defense from yesterday, can't stop shit. Brady has all damn day to throw.
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I didn't think it could get much worse than the Colts yesterday, but holy fuck do the Chargers suck.
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28 to 7 and in the red zone I would much rather have gotten thrashed by the Chiefs than the pats.
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Disastrous fumble by the Chargers, late in the 2nd quarter.


The Chargers did make a run at the Denver Broncos in the 2013 Divisional playoffs after being dominated for most of the game ........ they were losing by a score of 17-0 when the 4th quarter started, and lost by a score of 24-17.


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28 to 7 and in the red zone I would much rather have gotten thrashed by the Chiefs than the pats.
Chargers look worse than we did yesterday.
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Refs letting the Pats get away with murder, as usual.
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Disastrous fumble by the Chargers, late in the 2nd quarter.


The Chargers did make a run at the Denver Broncos in the 2013 Divisional playoffs after being dominated for most of the game ........ they were losing by a score of 17-0 when the 4th quarter started, and lost by a score of 24-17.


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There's about a 6% chance that the clock management failure by the Patriots on the final drive of the first half will wind up being the turning point of this game.

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Granted that it's not going to matter, but that was bad clock management by Brady right there ........ he should have taken the sack in 3rd down instead of throwing the ball away, which would have run 35 more seconds off of the clock. Either way, it would have been a chip-shot field goal attempt by Gostkowski.


That was a mistake that Eli Manning made 3 years ago against the Cowboys on Opening Day, which wound up costing his team the game.


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