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A stiffy for Stew (Video)

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There were so many embarrassing plays for the Saints in this game including this one.

We should not have lost that game.

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dude should have had it on that 3rd and 2

one of the worst playcalls in panthers history

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dude should have had it on that 3rd and 2

one of the worst playcalls in panthers history

can you seriously sit there and say that last part with a straight face? seriously, stop now before you look even dumber. overreaction seems to be a requirement here.

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J-Stew is a beast, man! I let out a "Holy Poo!" on my couch when I saw it live. I just wish he could have busted loose for a few more after that.

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This team has some bad asses can't wait until they improve that D and run the show

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