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  1. pats60

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    And i don`t mean pastry.Sure the offense sucked and the defense was
    ok but we need turnovers too. Thats how Cinn beat Pitt yesterday.
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    This is one of the biggest problems so far. Winning teams take advantage of TO's and we have generated enough. Last night We did make some decent attempts. Samuel got ripped off when he got called for interference, he was trying tointercept the ball did a good job jumping the route. in the 3rd qtr. there was a pass up the middle to the FB he caught the ball took a step and got drilled, funbled the ball and Bruschi ran it back to the Den 20, but the oficals ruled it incomplete, a horrible call. Did C Scott make the hit?
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    No it was Eugene Wilson who made the hit.
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    It looked awfully close the hit on Wilson which very well should have been a forced fumble, I had no freaking clue what Madden was trying to explain about the incompletion. He caught the ball, he had possesion, both feet were on the ground and starting to run. Looked like a fumble to me which would have been a huge turn around. It was a nice play by Wilson.

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