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This entire d can go to hell

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Just leave em in ny

dont let em on the plane[/q

That was not a PI

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it should've been picked

Lucas was in better position than hixon

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it should've been picked

Lucas was in better position than hixon

Agreed

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we can't stop the run without kemo.

that's all.

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its like this, we were without both DTs and they got the run going. the defense played its worse game of the year at the wrong time and things were exploited. they will be a better team for it and if they meet the giants again in the playoffs things will be different. we now know we can go to new york and play a terrible defensive game and still be in it. the sun will come up tomorrow. no big deal. the giants will go back to being the best team to ever walk the earth and the panthers will go back to obscurity which is just the way we like it.

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I usually disagree with anything that comes out of your mouth, but it's the truth.

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It was tough watching one of those last Eli throws where Godfrey got his hand on it Gamble was just sitting there waiting for the ball...

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