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3 minutes ago, Proudiddy said:

doesnt help that the refs are poo tonight too.

We have sucked regardless, but that was a ridiculous call

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Just now, TheCasillas said:

The Ryan Finley who has been an absolute disaster in Cincinnati?

No the other one who is 33-44 for 259 yards and 3 TD's

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Just now, Seltzer said:

We have sucked regardless, but that was a ridiculous call

Agreed on both counts lol.

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1 minute ago, Eric4280 said:

Who IS doing well tonight? I’m not watching but it sounds like a dumpster fire 

It is.

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Scarlett running hard... I was worried about our RB depth, and it looks like we got some good depth there

I thought we had 2 QB's who could be legitimate backups or more... welp...

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1 minute ago, YoungPanthers89 said:

Article from June 5th lmfao stop

Last the last blurb I read on him. I wrote him off too early. That’s on me. 

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Cam fired up a team he didn’t have to play against and his teammates are taking that ass Whoopin 

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