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Consider the amount of money that changed hands last night due to the bad call by the refs. The Packers were favored by 3. A lot of people will take the home underdog playing on Monday night. The Packers had that number covered up until that last play. In the end the Packers not only failed to cover but they also lost the game.I wonder how the bad officiating is affecting fantasy football.
$150 million per ESPN.
just saw that Jim McMahon has early stage dementia. Very sad. This is why I don't let my kids play tackle football.
I really don't think the Browns are that far away from competing.spider, your thoughts?
The Patriots are imploding in Buffalo.
Or the better team is also out working them.
I've noticed that the Bills DB's are jumping routes. They are playing well defensively. But NE's kicker and Gronkowski/Welker have freaked NE with awful fumbles deep in their own zone. Although you have to give Byrd credit for creating those fumbles.Linty, I can't figure out your team loyalties. You like the Indians and you seem to like the Browns so I guess you have a little Cleveland connection. But you also like the Bills in football. Then you're also a Nats fan and you seem to like the A's.
The Cleveland part makes sense. The Buffalo bit does not but it's your call. Hockey?
Atlanta having problems with Carolina is weird. I thought they'd demolish them.
NE turned on the turbo on Buffalo.
In truth, I said to my dad "no way they win this" after Buffalo went up 21-7.
Nah, he was too busy complaining about Brady losing his touch, his release slowing down, the play calling by McDaniel, how the teams were ruining a perfectly good lawn . . .
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