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    Can we blame Eva Longoria yet?

    That'll fit right in with the rest of the irrationality on this board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanchez 3:16 View Post
    That'll fit right in with the rest of the irrationality on this board.
    Haha, it's true. It's amazing how Sanchez lovers will blame everything but Sanchez. Last year, it was Schotty. In preseason, the excuse was the o-line. Can't pick on those two anymore..so now it's the WR drops.

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    ... wait, what? ...







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    I mean, we have to blame someone, right? Can't blame 6.

    Guess it's not Sparano's fault. Or maybe the sun for being out on. Who knows, but whatever it is we need to figure out pronto.

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    Can't blame Eva for the ENTIRE TEAM SUCKING yesterday. Sanchez was no superstar, but to say the reason we lost this game to the Steelers was solely on Sanchez's shoulders is just idiotic, I am sorry. Did you watch the football game?

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    Why? Mark is in dire need of a receiver who can get open consistently.

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    For what? Me releasing seed thinking about her riding my c0ck?

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