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Saturday. Division game thread.


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2 minutes ago, KSpan said:

Is the argument that Amendola should have been ejected? Agree that it was an illegal hit and a personal foul was called , so what is all the uproar about? 

No that was it. I just thought the Chief blocked out the patriots from even trying to catch the ball.

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