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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jigga, Feb 11, 2016.
Holy shit what a hit
We need to pressure him more
That’s a brutal drop waddle
Comon you gotta catch that Rook
Man gotta catch that one
Brutal. Can't shoot yourself in the foot in road division games
God I love our DB's. What a play there
My god what a play by mccourty
Holland has looked good as well
OL is going to torpedo another season
Hollins is an awesome ST guy
Honestly they've been fine so far. This is a really good Pats defense.
Tua was pressing that drive. Needs to
And get back to the flow of the first two drives.
That was a hell of a throw by Jones :(. He's getting to comfortable imo
And Agholor came down with a tough grab. No such luck for us.
That’s a horse shit call
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME??????????????
Such fucking bullshit
Just give em a free TD
Every fucking time with the Patriots. Every fucking time
These refs are fucking garbage. That's two now
Another fucking mistake from these trash refs
Refs are fucking yall
This is nothing new against the patriots.
WTF was that
What the fuck is this shit
Wuss shit running down the clock and playing for a FG
Fuck... That's a great play Mills unfortunately
Tackle literally just got ran over my god
Shit what a play
I fully retract my statement, you may be correct on this sir
Eichenberg looking like ass
Ugly close to the half......
they have to change that Brady low hit rule. A lb makes a great play but is engaged by the RB which causes him to lose balance for a sec. It's one thing if a guy comes in free and goes low. But then there's everyday football plays.
That actually is the rule. It was just called incorrectly.
Well then fuck the refs
Austin Jackson needs to sack up and get in There second half
What a throw and catch
Last year he would have never even tried that throw
Dude I hate this cute shit but it worked I guess
Great draft pick.
Waddle is going to be really really good
Hell of a drive!!!!
Lets fucking gooo
Waddle is awesome
Waddle is a beast
Waddle has so much strength in his small frame.