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Old 01-03-2013   #35
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Default Re: Blame the team not the refs

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Originally Posted by Indy Skinnz View Post
I would stop bitching about the refs and worry more about:
1) The right side of your o'line
2) Schaub and his vacant stare
3) Lacking the discipline to not jump offsides
4) Giving up two long TD's.
5) The tremendous lack of momentum going into the post-season.

Those are all far more important than the perceived slights by the refs.



Isn't it just easier to blame the refs?
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