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Williams 76 yard TD run called back for holding. Damn Smith, just tackled the guy. WTF is he doing?

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Poor call, I don't agree with calls that don't impact the actually play because it happens all the time.

These guys just like to finish the play.

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Smitty will be buying DLo a Segway for that hold

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Lol Steve. At least be more conspicuous about it.

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