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    leon lett play....now doing time in the big house :eek::eek:
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    Joe Pisarcik............November 19, 1978
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    #95 Jersey

    Which one......trying to recover the blocked FG or holding up the football like a loaf of bread in the super Bowl before it got swatted away.....???
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    I would have to say that Jim Marshall of The Minnesota Vikings running the wrong way for a Touchdown against The San Francisco 49ers ranks right up there with these other ones.
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    Josh McDaniels play calling in SB 42.
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    My choice too. Lead to one of the greatest plays ever by

    Troy Brown.
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    Gruden calling a timeout to give the Patriot's o-line time to clear a patch of grass for Adam.
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    Never has immortality been given up so easily…
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    That WAS an awesome play by Troy Brown!

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    he must need glasses, unbelievable, good post:)
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    I can't find the video of it, but there was one time while Jabar Gaffney was with the Texans and he botched an easy touchdown. I was embarrassed for him.

    Under the Helmet: Jabar Gaffney
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    Donald Brashear deserves to be nominated after his idiotic play this afternoon for the Caps. Might have cost his team a playoff spot. Double-minor high sticking, then punches a Bruin in the face for 6 min in penalties. Over=officiated NHL calls a cheap penalty on Caps. Gives Bruins a 2-man advantage. Chara ties it. Another dumb penalty by Caps. Storm wins it!!
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    Someone get the Tyree pic in here and watch the refs... most rtrded thing i've ever seen
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    Poole had a Leon Lett-esque play acouple of years back.
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    Bledsoe's toss directly into the chest of a Pittsburgh defensive end which ended in the playoff loss to Pitt.
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    He had a worse one in the reg. season game that year. We were up 7 and driving in the last couple of minutes. He threw one right to the Steeler lb who returned it and set up the tying td. Then they won in OT. Allowed them to get the playoff game in Pitt or it would have been in Foxboro. a
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    Aaron Brooks

    I can't remember the team they were playing against, but on one play Saint's QB Aaron Brooks was scrambling within the pocket to find an open receiver and then he..........

    ...finally decided to throw to a teammate who was at least 5 yards BEHIND him, which he did not catch and yes, that is lateral and free for everyone.......to make matter worse, the player he threw the ball to was an offensive lineman, making it possibly the worst brain fart ever in football history.
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