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RedSleevesPinkStripes

In the Starting Line-Up
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PF_SU

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Hochuli did the Giants game. The one where they helped the Giants to a FG in the third quarter by calling phantom DPIs on both Chung and Butler to erase two stops on third down.
 

groundgame

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Hochuli did the Giants game. The one where they helped the Giants to a FG in the third quarter by calling phantom DPIs on both Chung and Butler to erase two stops on third down.


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..."Second and twelve from the Patriots 18,Brady back to pass, over the middle to Boldin at the 27, shifts right to the 32, moving up field toward Dolphin territory, great open field tackle by Miami at the New England 44...for a gain of 28 yards and a Patriots crucial first down.....Hold-on we have a flag by the Referee in New England's back field...........HOLDING Number 66 Offense, 10 yard penalty, Repeat 2nd down........This result in a back-breaking 38 yard penalty for New England....
 

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My prediction: Hochuli will wear a tight shirt.
He should just stand at the 50-yard-line and do bodybuilder flex-poses for a few minutes before kickoff to preemptively get all that display behavior out of his system.
 

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It was Hochuli's crew that repeatedly threw flags for illegal formations that weren't and had to pick up the flags.
 

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Cool the house down game time....it's gonna get hot!

 

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..."Upon review, the running back's right bicep and elbow landed first on the linebacker's pectoral muscle area, while at the same time the quadriceps and calf muscles of the running back's other leg simultaneously hit the ground, along with his side oblique muscles. Though we are hamstrung by this coincidence, it is ruled the runner was not down by contact...."
 

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is he the Pat's equivalent to the Celtics' Jake "the snake" O'Donnell (for those of us old enough to remember)?
 
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