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2015 NFL Season-Now with Playoff Talk


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The Patriots are 10-1 without Amendola, Edelman, Collins, Hightower and potentially Gronkowski. That is incredible.

Great game by the Broncos. They played great. Hopefully we can see a playoff game between these two in January.

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Now they're saying the clock thing was right, but they called it the wrong thing? And where's the holding against Denver now? Seriously it's a coin flip whether a drive ends or is extended by referees.

Basically. Every time a team I'm cheering for gets a big third down stop I have to wait a few seconds and watch for yellow on the screen before I can let myself be happy.

It's a terrible product right now.

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Now they're saying the clock thing was right, but they called it the wrong thing? And where's the holding against Denver now? Seriously it's a coin flip whether a drive ends or is extended by referees.

Every time a team I'm cheering for gets a big third down stop I have to wait a few seconds and watch for yellow on the screen before I can let myself be happy.

You and me both, my friend.
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I have no dog in this fight, but there were some serious ticky-tack calls on NE down the stretch.

Denver is my dog in this fight and there were definitely some serious ticky-tack calls on NE down the stretch. Not sure how you can justify the defensive holding call that negated the NE sack on second down.

I hope Gronk is alright. I can't stand New England but Gronk's one of my favorite players.

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It took snow, altitude, overtime, his two best receivers and Gronkowski being injured, but yes, Brady and the Pats lost a game finally. Good.

Props to Brock. Proved me wrong and proved he's learned and improved. Proud of him. Alongside Plummer, I'd say Denver likes ASU quarterbacks #ForkEm #GoDevils

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It took snow, altitude, overtime, his two best receivers and Gronkowski being injured, but yes, Brady and the Pats lost a game finally. Good.

Srsly... sober ppl on social media pointing out how much they'd kill to have their own fav team 10-1, injuries or no injuries.

Now they'll probably lose at Houston, a final one before starters head back... then another loss to either the Jets or Dolphins somehow (or like last season when they clinched & mailed it in).

13-3 should be enough to feel good about heading into the playoffs, #1 or #2 somehow.

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What a great game.

After driving 400+ miles to watch my Sun Devils cough one up in the freezing cold last night in Berkeley, I needed that.

Osweiler growing up in Montana defintiely helps. The "ANTI-Peyton", when it comes to outdoor football weather.

Kid made a real name for himself last night. Things ought to get interesting in Denver once Peyton is 100%.

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Thank goodness they lost. I'm in mobile, so I can't use a meme to express my joy. I will say this: it's. About. Time.

They'll probably still win the SB by piloting a drone into the NFC team's practices and recording footage, but at least they won't be 19-0.

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I don't gamble on sports, but I kind of feel for those that do, considering it's totally a coin flip anymore since referees can arbitrarily change the course of a game, and in some cases, a season. I'm not going to belabor this because the point has been made a thousand times, but it's a disgrace that so many little judgement calls have such a big impact, and that there's 40,000 rules you need to know in order to watch the game. "excess time out"?? I've been watching football since 1985 and don't recall ever hearing that one before. And it's not even a time out!!!

It shouldn't be any wonder why American football isnt really spreading around the world. How the hell is anyone supposed to even understand what they're watching? It's impossible to quickly learn, as opposed to soccer, which other than offsides, can be quickly grasped by anyone from even the least educated nations in the world.

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