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VIDEO: NFL Fan Therapy – The Pats Did Their Job But The Refs Didn’t

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10 months ago at 12:39 pm ET
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VIDEO: NFL Fan Therapy – The Pats Did Their Job But The Refs Didn’tChristopher Hanewinckel - USA TODAY Sports

The New England Patriots gave the Kansas City Chiefs a run on Monday night despite missing their starting quarterback.

As for Pats fans Francis and Jerry, they weren’t happy with the officiating that wound up changing the game in the second half as the Chiefs went on to beat the Patriots for a second straight time.

Check out the latest Patriots episode of “NFL Fan Therapy” in the link below.

WARNING: NSFW, Language.

For more NFL Fan Therapy or Fitzy Patriots content, check out YouTube or Townienews.com. 


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