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Kurb wrote an article on the Bleacher Report.

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I will read it for you, but I hate that place.  Got banned for calling out one of their writers who were bashing us last  year when they kept writing Cam hate articles......  I stopped going their once I lost my commenting privileges!

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Meh... Couldn't get over the fact that you miss spelled OFFENSE...

I do still love you though Kurb and pie for getting the gig

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Offense is spelled with an s not a c.

Cams accuracy was great today IMO.

He intentionally threw 1 pass away and Olsen dropped 2.

if you are going to be a grammar nazi at least know what you are talking about. 

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Bleacher Report?!  Don't post that poo on here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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will read

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good article but I thought Cam's accuracy was good as well...did you see the throw to Olsen between 2 defenders that he dropped? There may have been one or two bad throws but that happens...I just saw Aaron Rodgers over throw Eddie lacy by a mile and he's as accurate as they get.

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if you are going to be a grammar nazi at least know what you are talking about.

I'm trying to be polite... Never a grammar hammer on this forum but he wrote an article and obviously wanted some feedback on it.

He had offense spelled offence in the article unless he corrected it.

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