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George Shinnsplints

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If JR was here, I'd hug and kiss him, and hold him, and pet him, and....oh well....you get the picture! :D:D

Never thought I would love Philly so much.

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Don't worry though, ESPN will still be slobbering all over the Cowboys, no matter what happens.
Tonight on ESPN:

8:00 PM - Cheaters: How the 'Boys were cheated by Referees

9:00 PM - Cowboys Idol: The Search for the Next Head Coach

9:30 PM - Road to the Championship: Winning Moves for a Cowboys Super Bowl in 2009

:lol:

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Cowboy homers on FNZ should be interesting tomorrow.

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Keep it coming Philly, completely obliterate the Cowgirls!

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Hopefully JR pegs TO with an iceball. :D

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man philly sucks, they are losing the TOP battle. /huddle logic off

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Just think ONE YEAR AGO when we played Dallas look what a difference one year makes and a decent QB!

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