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Discussion in 'Blinded by the Lombardis: Patriots Forum' started by ifmanis5, Dec 27, 2018.
Luck got really excited about drawing them off on 2nd and 15. Did he have a prop bet going?
Houston is not that good man. The Jets had to do a lot of Jets stuff to lose to them.
He reminds me of Napoleon Dynamite a bit.
Something they've been doing with regularity since 1969.
And speaking of the Jets, they fired their cigar store indian of a coach today, what a shock.
And that leader of men in Miami is probably going to get canned too.
Another year, another batch of AFC East coaches get their pink slips; lather, rinse, repeat.
So, are all the Steelers still out on Heinz Field watching this, rooting for the tie?
They're about to play Renegade.
Good job by Luck not fumbling there.
Im starting to root for the tie
It almost feels preordained.
That’s a courageous playcall going play action with Blaine goddamn Gabbert from the 1
I just want it to tear their heart out again.
Like a last minute XP miss or a 65 yard FG at the gun.
I might agree if it were any team other than the Steelers that would benefit.
77 held so bad. That should have been a safety on a hold in the end zone
It was part of a double team. Can’t hold by rule if engaged with two guys
Maester Luwin always gets the benefit of the doubt.
Ha ha what the hell was that. Reminded me of Bubby Brister (I think that was his name) in the Super Bowl.
Wow, why don’t we see that drag the Dline guy down by the jersey more often
Looked like a throw quite a lot higher and to the outside was open.
Butler with hair confuses me.
Neil O'Donnell to Larry Brown.
The Jaguars did some stellar QB drafting back in 2011, then they double downed in 2014.
That INT was a dagger. Not just in the Titans hopes but also for the Stillers.
One of my all time favorite Super Bowls.
Butler playing without a helmet is confusing.
Ok, I just looked up the rule. It’s says it can’t be holding unless the guy is taken to the ground. I need to see a replay because I thought 77 pulled the guy down to the ground by his jersey
12 penalties to 3. Refs trying to do NBC a solid.
He's got that look again.
Nelson is awesome
My wife just asked me why did Gabbert look so bad in San Francisco, and he answers.
that penalty actually cost the Titans a ton of time. does it really matter if they only need a FG one of the times?
The guy is as automatic as there is.
That part I get.
two seasons are very.... slowly... dying
Serious? Mike has that look again.
Titans tapping out.
This is unwatchable.
Refs taking evening out the calls to the extreme.
The pain in Spain is mainly in the sprain
That could have been offsetting penalties
and again as they went to commercial.
Al clearly wants to get back to his hotel room
Wow. How do you miss that call?
Carson Daly is a fucking cockroach.
No matter what, they'll always have that November 11th Super Bowl win to fondly look back on.
So all five teams that won their Super Bowl vs the Patriots this year failed to make the playoffs, that's quite a feat.
The guy who retaliates always gets the penalty, I think it's a rule.
Thank God for Baker Mayfield, because he provided the only real drama of the day. That Pitt-Cincy game sucked, even if the ending was close.