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1 minute ago, BuffaloBill said:

Has to spike it immediately or it is a fumble

 

He could still spike it.

 

NFL rules say it’s only not allowed if the QB intentionally delays the spike. That wasn’t intentional. It was just a bobble.

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Just now, TheFunPolice said:

Our Coaches freeze in big moments too often for my liking...

 

We blow so many teams out that it doesn't come up often 

 

 

 

our coaches can’t coach in clutch times.  downvote me, but it’s proven.  When is the last time we won a close game?

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I’d like to know how they decide on whether a player can play with a certain injury? It seems like just about any type of injury keeps a player out of a game now. Overkill. 
 

i don’t ever remember this many players being ruled out at once, all over the league. 

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Just now, RyanC883 said:

 

our coaches can’t coach in clutch times.  downvote me, but it’s proven.  When is the last time we won a close game?

 

Fair point?  They have won something like 20 straight by more than 10 points and choked in all 6 close games.  0-6 when it was close is terrible.

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