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PTI's opening quote

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We start today with the impressive cowboys. My God this is getting old fast with kornholer.

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The only thing worse than Kornheiser on PTI is Kornheiser on MNF

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The only thing worse than Kornheiser on PTI is Kornheiser on MNF

" He went to jarret"

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Kornheiser is an NFC East fanboy. He admitted this already.

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JAWS GAVE US PROPS!!! I am in utter shock. He said we ARE the best team in the NFC! I might have poo myself some.

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JAWS GAVE US PROPS!!! I am in utter shock. He said we ARE the best team in the NFC! I might have sh*t myself some.

It'll be decided next week most likely.

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I hate the cowboys as much as anybody, but that was a defensive clinic they put on eli yesterday...hard to get mad about them pointing that out

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If I were running a multi-million dollar company that caters to sports fans, and I could pick to talk about the most popular team in the NFL first, or any other team...I think I'd go with the most popular as well. Just business.

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I hate the cowboys as much as anybody, but that was a defensive clinic they put on eli yesterday...hard to get mad about them pointing that out

As much as I hate the 'boys as well they did beat an extremely good Giants team. We beat an above average Broncos team. Now I know we haven't been getting any love all year but that's also because we are still a small market team. We don't have the fan base the Cowboys do or the Giants do.

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Around The Horn was friggin rediculous as well. JA ADONDE when asked are the Panthers the best in the NFC. "I just don't get it isn't this the team that started the season 1-2 and now were talking about them winning the superbowl. What? Friggin Woody flip floppin like a smelly fish. He has been hatin on us all year and now we are the greatest thing on the planet. Mariotti is just plain STUPID!

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