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NFL 2021: Full Speed, Eyes Closed, Can't Lose


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My son scored 20 points yesterday in his elementary school league win.

Kentucky hung 107 on the second best defense in the country in a 30 pt win.

Murray State beat Belmont at home by 22 at their place.

Heckuva trifecta for me yesterday.

Now, if San Fran can beat the Cowpeople this afternoon… that’s a pretty awesome Superfecta for me!!!

Lets go Jimmy G and Co!

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10 minutes ago, Rhom said:

My son scored 20 points yesterday in his elementary school league win.

Kentucky hung 107 on the second best defense in the country in a 30 pt win.

Murray State beat Belmont at home by 22 at their place.

Heckuva trifecta for me yesterday.

 

Stop hogging all the winning!!!

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I’ve never seen a do over because a punt hit the ceiling before.

Seems a stupid rule.  Feel like the receiving team should get an option to either play it as it is or punt over.

Too much of an advantage to the punting team.

My daughter has played volleyball in a lot of old gyms with low ceilings.  The way that works, if you hit it over the net and it hits the roof and comes down on the other teams side, they get the point.  If you hit the roof and it comes down on your side; you can play on.

Some version of that feels more fair here to me.

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3 minutes ago, Rhom said:

I wonder at what point are you a WR vs a RB?

Ever since Percy Harvin I've wondered why more players don't try to play that hybrid role. 

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