Last Play by Slaton?

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  1. Scooter

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    my dvr cut off just before the last play by slaton so i missed that and the kneel downs. does anybody have video of it?
     
  2. J-Russ

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    You could probably get in the highlight video at nfl.com, HT.com, etc.

    BTW, Titans only allow two 100 yard rushing game to a player... both of them to Slaton.

    This pick get better and better every time.
     
  3. wwffan99tx

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    That is why you always set the DVR to tape 30 minutes long when taping a sporting event.
     
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    Or if it's NASCAR, about 3 hours in case it rains.
     
  5. Scooter

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    yup, i'd been at 30 minutes but set it to 15 because i'd run long all season ... :gun:
     
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    Negative rep to the OP for missing that play.

    :foottap:

    J/K
     
  7. Scooter

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    if i had drafted him i probably wouldnt have missed that play. :doot:
     
  8. Mailman

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    Speaking of that Slaton run, Eric Winston laid out a HUGE block on the outside that took out not one, not two, but three pursuing defenders, allowing Slaton to get the edge easily for the 12-yd gain and a game-clinching first down.

    Good job, Caveman.
     


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