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0-11 on coin tosses

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Is that statistically possible?

I mean really!! What are the chances of that?

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Wow....just stunned and lost for words...Rivera seems to lack a bit of fire....

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mother of god that is unbelievable

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also sort of arbitrary because it includes kickoffs which doesn't truly affect you to lose. if we were 0-11 in overtime coin tosses that's be something to gawk at

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wow, that is an unreal stat. no lie.

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also sort of arbitrary because it includes kickoffs which doesn't truly affect you to lose. if we were 0-11 in overtime coin tosses that's be something to gawk at

kickoffs+1 overtime

I'd say that's pretty uncanny. Not to mention after we lost the overtime cointoss they immediately played a commercial with Stevie Wonder's Superstition going in the background.

Scary.

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kickoffs+1 overtime

I'd say that's pretty uncanny. Not to mention after we lost the overtime cointoss they immediately played a commercial with Stevie Wonder's Superstition going in the background.

Scary.

And don't forget the draft coin loss.

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