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Congrats BSymington and the Pats, part 2 6 years 8 months ago #1

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Ugh... I mean, congrats to the Pats. It was a good game. Well until the last play call by Seattle. :pinch:
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Re: Congrats BSymington and the Pats, part 2 6 years 8 months ago #2

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Wow - the feelings in the room I was in switched from despair to elation in a heartbeat - we were all yelling. What a game!
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Re: Congrats BSymington and the Pats, part 2 6 years 8 months ago #3

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Not sure it was such a terrible call. I heard Lynch's success rate from the 1 this season was 1 in 5, so I imagine Carroll thought they would try a pass, then try Lynch on 3rd down if needed, and again on 4th (or more likely go for the tying field goal).
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Re: Congrats BSymington and the Pats, part 2 6 years 8 months ago #4

They needed 4, so a FG was a no go. I was having fits after that crazy, bobbling, on his back catch. Lack of sleep might just have been worth it :)

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Re: Congrats BSymington and the Pats, part 2 6 years 8 months ago #5

IndyHalfling wrote: Congrats BSymington and the Pats, part 2


Does he get a congratulation too as if he contributed to the team? Well, I guess we could tap him retroactively as honorary ball handler :P.

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Re: Congrats BSymington and the Pats, part 2 6 years 8 months ago #6

It is well known that superstitious rituals and yelling at your television has...

well actually no impact whatsoever on the outcome of the game.

But we do it anyway.:P
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Re: Congrats BSymington and the Pats, part 2 6 years 8 months ago #7

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henwy wrote:

IndyHalfling wrote: Congrats BSymington and the Pats, part 2


Does he get a congratulation too as if he contributed to the team? Well, I guess we could tap him retroactively as honorary ball handler :P.


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Harlax wrote: It is well known that superstitious rituals and yelling at your television has...

well actually no impact whatsoever on the outcome of the game.

But we do it anyway.:P


I am sure it was the psychic energy I was directing at the TV that enabled Butler to make that interception.
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