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    Low scoring, a lot of turnovers, and terrible field conditions made this the most boring game of the week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    Low scoring, a lot of turnovers, and terrible field conditions made this the most boring game of the week.

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    It would suck to be the "home team" and not have home team advantage (crowd). I'll bet it was a quiet game.
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    Lots of golf claps.

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    I think Canada still has to bow or something doesn't he?

    Or maybe be dragged by his goatee 50 yards to the endzone?

    tammietailgater?

    I say drag 'em!
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    It was impossible to throw the ball for them. I got stuck here in NY with that as the only game since the Bills played at 4. The crowd liked to see the kicks and the returns. Even a 30 yard return was louder than a 1st down. Its tough though, because its like me cheering for a soccer game. I just couldn't do it.
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    I can here it now: "Jolly good show!"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    I can here it now: "Jolly good show!"
    Why yes sport. It was bloody fine. Those blokes in turquoise needed to knuckle-down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    Why yes sport. It was bloody fine. Those blokes in turquoise needed to knuckle-down.
    If that means win then I am for it!

    I hate the Mannings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    Why yes sport. It was bloody fine. Those blokes in turquoise needed to knuckle-down.
    Well said old chap; I bloody well couldn't agree more, I do say!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    Well said old chap; I bloody well couldn't agree more, I do say!
    Would you and the missus like to come over for tea and crumpets Sunday afternoon. It would be keen if you could come over and watch the rugby match on the telly.
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