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  • sox9

    Brady also a good fade

  • chatmar

    Thought? Could a defensive team take the penalty to knock a key player from the other team out of the because of a concussion? If yes, the penalty does not match the crime. If the hurt player can’t come back the defensive player should also be ejected!

  • TheRyanFlaherty

    This sucks.

    Jacksonville played a near perfect half and is only up 14-10 in New England.
    I’ve seen this movie plenty of times before, and spoiler alert, it doesn’t end well for the Jags.

  • walkoff9

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    @rttemple said...

    The NFL should have a targeting rule like the NCAA, but call it right unlike the NCAA.

    Not sure what you mean. Targeting gets you ejected, but helmet to helmet is still a penalty even if its not deemed targeting.

    Or do you think it was and the guy should have been ejected?

  • superstars92

    @cbsharpe said...

    Mark my words…Gronk is done in this game…

    He just scratched his eye like Cam. No big deal.

  • callmetouch

    Brady will go off for 3 td’s this half.
    Amendola will get 1 of those
    Hogan will get 1 of those as well.
    GRONK WILL BE BACK AND SCORE BIG

    who am i kidding

  • lloydjv1

    @apatojay said...

    Gronkowski out for the game. I guess that’s officially that. Congrats to those that faded.

    Ouch, I think in some of my contests he was 59 percent owned and more.

  • sox9

    Up a bit only because I have Bortles/Fournette and working back White in 3 small LUs. Everything else not cashing.

  • Kamais_Ookin

    @TheRyanFlaherty said...

    This sucks.

    Jacksonville played a near perfect half and is only up 14-10 in New England.
    I’ve seen this movie plenty of times before, and spoiler alert, it doesn’t end well for the Jags.

    Pats are f’d without gronk offensively.

  • Littlewag07

    I absolutely fucking hate the hindsight heroes that always appear on these threads. “Fading Rodgers against the 4th grade special ed team was the obvious call, it was easy to see he’d have a heart attack on the second snap, I don’t know why you guys would play him”.

  • kdsdawg

    All tbe refs and fixed BS…like its the refs fault. Bortles had a delay of game that turned this game around. From a 1st down in NE territory with a score possible and the ball at the 2nd half to what we have now…just huge

  • walkoff9

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    seeing the replay of the pi just makes me sick

    defender had the inside position, receiver was going out of bounds. no fukking way he had a chance to catch it and the receiver caused the contact trying to get back inside

  • cbsharpe

    @superstars92 said...

    He just scratched his eye like Cam. No big deal.

    LOL!!!

  • callmetouch

    Was there a flag for the Gronkowski head to head hit?

  • Ipt007

  • walkoff9

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    @callmetouch said...

    Was there a flag for the Gronkowski head to head hit?

    yes

  • callmetouch

    there was so much contact that cooks couldn’t get to the ball in time/was pushing out of bounds. That’s my personal opinion

  • kdsdawg

  • superstars92

    @walkoff9 said...

    seeing the replay of the pi just makes me sick

    defender had the inside position, receiver was going out of bounds. no fukking way he had a chance to catch it and the receiver caused the contact trying to get back inside

    I think he shoved him a bit when Cooks was trying to get around him, but I agree that ball was kinda far (but it landed in bounds), so perhaps it was uncatchable.

    I think it shoulda just been a 5 yard Illegal Contact penalty actually.

  • sox9

    @lloydjv1 said...

    Ouch, I think in some of my contests he was 59 percent owned and more.

    If you are even a little wobbly for a split second you are done. They can do all the neurologic test they want but they won’t risk anything if a television audience can see even a slight off balance step, or hesitation of movement of any kind. Plus it took Gronk several seconds to get up off the ground. Wobbly on his feet+a little more.

  • superstars92

    @sox9 said...

    If you are even a little wobbly for a split second you are done. They can do all the neurologic test they want but they won’t risk anything if a television audience can see even a slight off balance step, or hesitation of movement of any kind. Plus it took Gronk several seconds to get up off the ground. Wobbly on his feet+a little more.

    Cam fell on the ground and he came back in in like 10 mins. These concussion tests clearly aren’t administered to the best interests of the safety of a player.

  • Kamais_Ookin

    Dion lewis always vultured out of a td bah. Refreshing google every 10 seconds for gronk update.

  • richierich

    @zline34 said...

    No. Shits rigged. Not even a Jags fan.

    LMAO

    That defender who hit Gronk literally launched straight into the air, and put his crown full-speed into Gronk’s head. Then, Bouye physically forced Cooks out of bounds… you cannot do that.

    Not only were those the correct calls, but they were EASY calls.

    People are so stupid with this stuff. Just cannot handle the Pats being so good.

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  • walkoff9

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    we will see just how unaffiliated the unaffiliated doctor is

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