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I think Jarrett got in trouble..

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for running that 3 yard route on a 3rd and long..I don't think we saw him again after that..Fox was ranting and raving on his headset after the play..does not look good for him.

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Or maybe Fox was ranting and raving about something else.

Just saying.

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It was Armanti Edwards' fault. Cut that SOB!

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They were out of sunflower seeds and Fox was simply trying to order some Moore. However, the person on the other end kept misinterpreting him. I'd be pissed too.

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Two things were wrong on that play.

1)Running a 3 yard route in the first place

2)Throwing it to the guy who ran the 3 yard route

Stupidity all around.

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i'm gonna guess he was the number one option and qb saw he was open and threw it..it's usually up to the reciever to get the route right not the QB to judge if the route was right.

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They were out of sunflower seeds and Fox was simply trying to order some Moore. However, the person on the other end kept misinterpreting him. I'd be pissed too.

Maybe he just took the wrong route to the concession stand.

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i'm gonna guess he was the number one option and qb saw he was open and threw it..it's usually up to the reciever to get the route right not the QB to judge if the route was right.

Tell that to Peyton Manning.

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