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I think it has to be the whole leg and not just pieces.
I've been looking forward to this game way more than the other one and I'm not an NFC guy. I just think the story is more compelling and it will be a more interesting game.Pitts/Baltimore is going to be a 10-7 game with incessant slurping on Ben's superhuman size and strength and Ray Lewis' "leadership" while he goes into some kind of seizure on the sideline.
Not that it's going to matter, but they need to take a fresh look at the stubip replay rules.EVERYthing should be subject to review.
I'd argue that the officiating has regressed since the institution of reviews.I think the officials naturally and subconsciously use that replay as a crutch and it shows on a fucking horrible call like that. Unfortunately, even though a whistle had yet to blow, and the ball was already recovered and the play was over, you can't review the fucking play. Stupid. So we had to sit there and stare at the field for five minutes.There is an official on that sideline for that exact purpose, how can he blow that call?Now the booth's going to review this play that clearly isn't a catch.I'm sure it will take a half hour to make sure, though.
I like the Cardinals' story this year and have family that lives in PHX and goes to games there but today I'm pulling for the Eagles and the "feelgood" story of Donovan and Reid finally winning the big one.
Ray Lewis will need to seizure out when Parker finds the endzone for the 5th time.
frick that i want the, fresh as a whistle
Informal poll -who is fatter? Andy Reid, Tracy Rocker or that Mangino guy from Kansas?
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